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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.
Italian police said a student managed to hide himself and call authorities when a school bus carrying 51 children was hijacked and set on fire by its driver.
Chinese President Xi Jinping is in Rome where he is expected to sign an agreement that would make Italy the largest economy so far to back Beijing's massive infrastructure project, known as the "Belt and Road" initiative.
Counter-terrorism police have launched an investigation after five mosques in the British city of Birmingham were attacked on Thursday.
Dutch prosecutors believe that the suspect in the Utrecht tram shooting that killed three people on Monday had a terrorist motive, but authorities are probing if this was combined with any "personal problems," according to a statement released on Thursday.
Read CNN's July 21 2005 London Bombings Fast Facts and learn about the unsuccessful terrorist attacts in London. No one was killed or injured in the attacks.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban's Fidesz party was suspended by the main pan-European, center-right European People's Party on Wednesday, amid controversy over democracy and the rule of law in his country.
Former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic's sentence for genocide has been increased by appeal judges at a UN court in the Hague, Netherlands, from 40 years to life imprisonment.
Read CNN's Radovan Karadzic Fast Facts to learn about his involvment in genocide and crimes against humanity during the breakup of Yugoslavia in the 1990s.
A Danish politician has said she was told her baby was "not welcome" in Parliament, after she brought her five-month-old daughter into the chamber because she was unable to organize alternative childcare.
Milan's renowned La Scala opera house will give back 3 million euros ($3.4m) of Saudi money, after rejecting a controversial deal that would have given the Kingdom's culture minister a seat on the board.
A letter found in a getaway car used by the suspect in the Utrecht tram attack suggests the motive behind the shooting may have been terrorism.
Police in the Netherlands say three people are dead and others are injured after a shooting on a tram in the Dutch city of Utrecht.
France will ban "yellow vest" rallies in some areas of the country after violence that erupted during Saturday's demonstration in Paris.
At least three people were killed and nine more were injured in a shooting on a tram in Utrecht, Netherlands. Follow here for the latest.
Three teenagers have died after a "crush" at a St. Patrick's Day disco in a hotel in Northern Ireland, according to police.
Mary Lou McDonald, the leader of Irish republican party Sinn Fein, has sparked controversy after appearing at a St. Patrick's Day parade in the United States with a banner reading "England get out of Ireland."
Sixty people, including 17 police officers and a fireman, were slightly injured on the 18th straight Saturday of yellow vest demonstrations in Paris.