Where sexual abuse survivors are sued by perpetrators
The secret drink recipe used to cure royals
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.
11 of Budapest's best festivals
Straddling the picturesque Danube, Budapest provides the perfect backdrop for a festival and this city definitely knows how to put on a show.
The chef driving Hungary's food revolution
Hungary is not a country known for its cutting-edge cuisine, but rather its traditional meaty stews, creamy soups, plum dumplings and fried dough.
Chinese air passengers to rule skies by 2040
Istanbul's new airport could be world's largest
EasyJet plans electric planes by 2030
How Azerbaijan became the 'Land of Fire'
Bathing in Baku: How to hammam like a local
The mud volcano capital of the world
Where survivors of sexual abuse are sued by the perpetrators
In the era of #MeToo, the Austrian skiing community has been rocked by allegations of historical sexual abuse. But some sexual abuse survivors say Austria's stringent defamation laws are holding them back from speaking out.
Belarusian model who offered to trade US election info is released from jail
A Belarusian model who claimed to have insider knowledge of Russian attempts to meddle in the US elections has been freed from police custody in Moscow, state media reported.
The European Space Agency plans to start mining for natural resources on the moon
The European Space Agency plans to start mining for water and oxygen on the moon by 2025.
Accused US spy Paul Whelan found with Russian 'state secrets,' lawyer says
Paul Whelan, the US citizen accused of spying in Russia, was found with "evidence that constitutes state secrets," his state appointed lawyer told CNN on Tuesday.
Russian plane diverted after hijacking attempt
A commercial flight bound for Moscow made an emergency landing in the Western Siberian town of Khanty-Mansiysk after a drunk passenger tried to hijack the aircraft.
Russian supersonic bomber crashes
A Tupolev Tu-22M3 supersonic strike bomber has crashed in Russia's northwestern region of Murmansk.
Two ships catch fire in Kerch Strait near Crimea; deaths reported
At least 10 people died after two ships under the Tanzanian flag caught fire in the Kerch Strait near Crimea on Monday evening, according to Russia's state news agency TASS, citing the Russian Maritime Agency.
Prince Philip Fast Facts
View CNN's Fast Fact on Great Britain's Prince Philip (Duke of Edinburgh), husband of Queen Elizabeth II and the great-great grandchild of Queen Victoria.
Protesters in Athens hurl petrol bombs at police over Macedonia deal
Police and demonstrators clashed in Athens' Syntagma square on Sunday, as tens of thousands protested against the naming of Greece's northern neighbor as "Northern Macedonia."
Police in Northern Ireland release video of car bomb attack
Police in Northern Ireland have released CCTV footage of a car bombing that shook central Londonderry on Saturday night.
170 migrants feared dead after two shipwrecks in Mediterranean
At least 170 people are feared dead after they went missing from two separate shipwrecks on the Mediterranean Sea that left from Libya and Morocco, the United Nations said.
Poland lays slain Gdansk Mayor to rest
Mourners gathered for the funeral of the mayor of the Polish city of Gdansk on Saturday, less than a week after he was fatally stabbed during an open-air charity event.
'No one is in charge here': How yellow vest protests spread, and why Macron's struggling to keep up
I'm sure you've heard the old bromide attributed to Charles de Gaulle, who wondered how it was possible to govern a country like France, with its 246 different kinds of cheese.
Cristiano Ronaldo Fast Facts
Read CNN's Fast Facts about soccer player Cristiano Ronaldo and learn more about Portugal's all-time top international goalscorer.
Theresa May is skipping Davos, citing Brexit
British Prime Minister Theresa May is skipping this year's World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
Germany cuts Saudi arms exports by quarter in wake of Khashoggi scandal
The German government announced that its arms exports fell by close to 23% in 2018 compared to the previous year.
Theresa May Fast Facts
Read CNN's Fast Facts to learn more about Theresa May, prime minister of the United Kingdom.
Macron's ex-security aide in custody over passport use
A former security aide to French President Emmanuel Macron has been placed in custody as part of an investigation into his use of diplomatic passports, the Paris prosecutor's office told CNN on Thursday.
Tide is turning against autocrats, human rights group says
The global tide of populism is being reversed as protesters, politicians and international organizations confront autocratic leaders, NGO Human Rights Watch said Thursday.
German tourist Monika Billen found dead in Australian outback
The body of missing German tourist Monika Billen has been found in Australia's far north, Northern Territory police said in a statement.