European Union

Hungary has declared a legal “state of danger” in response to the war in neighboring Ukraine, Prime Minister Viktor Orban announced Tuesday.
The proposals need to be unanimously approved to take effect and are likely to be the subject of fierce debate within the 27-nation bloc.
People fleeing besieged Mariupol described weeks of bombardments and deprivation as they arrived in Ukrainian-held territory.
Citizens and trade unions across the continent are taking to the streets for marches commemorating the labor movement and pushing for peace.
The tactic against the two EU and NATO members could eventually force targeted nations to ration gas and deal another blow to economies suffering from rising prices.
Russia has opened a new front in its war over Ukraine, deciding to shut off gas to two European Union nations that staunchly back Kyiv.
President Donald Trump praised Viktor Orbán, the Hungarian prime minister who has tried to take over the independent news media and who has refused to accept Syrian refugees.
The former Soviet republic appears to be the first of the European Union's 27 nations using Russian gas to break its energy dependence upon Moscow.
The two-day visit starting Friday follows a trio of emergency war summits in Brussels.
Some European countries watching Russia’s brutal war in Ukraine fear they could be next.