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Produced by Budapest based beverage company Zwack, Unicum is a herbal liqueur made from a secret recipe that's a regular fixture in bars across the city.
Straddling the picturesque Danube, Budapest provides the perfect backdrop for a festival and this city definitely knows how to put on a show.
Hungary is not a country known for its cutting-edge cuisine, but rather its traditional meaty stews, creamy soups, plum dumplings and fried dough.
Russian President Vladimir Putin knows his audience: Last year, the Kremlin leader delivered a provocative address to the Russian parliament boasting of new weaponry, complete with a video animation that showed a Russian nuclear attack on Florida.
The sexual abuse of women by priests in one French order was so bad that a Pope intervened. These are the stories of women who say they lived through it.
For the first time in Catholic history, nearly 200 church leaders from around the world will gather at the Vatican starting Thursday to confront the scourge of clergy who sexually abuse children.
Protesters gathered Tuesday night in cities across France to march against anti-Semitism after a rise in such incidents in the country.
Ahead of a Vatican summit on clerical sex abuse, the top leadership of Catholic nuns and priests worldwide admitted to making "errors in judgment" regarding cases of sexual abuse of children and said that more women should be involved in the process of evaluating cases.
The Vatican has revealed that it maintains secret guidelines for priests who father children despite their vows of celibacy.
French President Emmanuel Macron has condemned abuse by a group of "yellow vest" protesters, after a well-known philosopher was verbally attacked at a rally in Paris on Saturday.
Spain's government has given the family of Francisco Franco 15 days to decide where the former dictator should be reburied, as they race to exhume and relocate his remains before the country's snap election takes place in April.
Two years ago, Russian legislators celebrated with champagne on the floor of parliament, after Donald Trump emerged victorious in the US presidential elections. Now, they're likely feeling the hangover, as early hopes for a better relationship between Moscow and Washington grow dim.
A building collapsed Saturday afternoon in St. Petersburg, Russia, a spokesman for the Russian Emergency Ministry told CNN.
Spain's second-largest bank has apologized after hundreds of Chinese customers accused the group of racism for freezing their bank accounts without warning.
Michael Calvey, a US citizen and one of Russia's most prominent foreign investors, has been detained in Moscow in connection with a large-scale fraud investigation, a spokeswoman for a Moscow court tells CNN.
Archbishop Luigi Ventura, the Vatican's envoy to France, is under investigation for sexual assault, according to a French judicial source.
New details have emerged about a third Russian linked to the 2018 Salisbury poisonings by the investigative website Bellingcat. According to travel records revealed yesterday by Bellingcat and seen by CNN, the same man appears to have flown in and out of the UK and Catalonia multiple times in the run up to their referendums.
A bookseller in southern Italy is offering free books to schoolchildren who bring him one plastic bottle and one aluminum can to recycle.
A new book claims that homosexuality is rampant at the Vatican, but provides little hard proof, according to an analysis by CNN Religon Editor Daniel Burke.
A fertility doctor suspected to have fathered scores of people by secretly swapping donors' sperm for his own will have his DNA tested, after a Dutch court supported a legal challenge by 22 of his potential children.
All flights in and out of Belgium have been canceled for a 24-hour period as air traffic control workers went on strike Tuesday evening. The action will affect flights at all airports in the country, including Brussels Airport and regional facilities.