The 12 year-old girl and 13 year-old boy were part of a larger group trekking through the Retezat Mountains, in Lake Bucura, when a blizzard hit.
There were encouraging words for Romania from the European Commission’s First Vice President during his visit to Bucharest on Thursday.
The Communism Tour takes you back in time to when Nicolae Ceausescu ruled Romania.
Ion Ficior was sentenced to 20 years' prison over the deaths of more than 100 political prisoners
Now an energetic commercial centre, Bucharest, Romania’s capital city, still bears in its architecture and landscape traces of the country’s communist history.
#PeoplePower made in Bucharest has somehow served as a role model. At least in Germany. The question is whether this is a sort of snowball effect throughout Europe and around.
Romanians staged another anti-government protest on Sunday night, standing together to form a European Union (EU) flag to signal support for the bloc and its…
Romania’s parliament has endorsed a government order to scrap a decree that would have diluted the controversial anti-corruption drive that sparked mass protests and criticism at home and…
‘Baccalaureat’ is the new film by the talented Romanian filmmaker Cristian Mungiu, who received a Palme d’Or in 2007 for his shocking ’4 Months, 3 Weeks, 2…
Romania’s parliament on Monday unanimously endorsed a presidential proposal for a nationwide referendum to get public support for the fight against corruption.
Anti-corruption protesters in Romania are determined to force their government to drop the idea of weakening the fight against graft, but say they need the EU's support to bring about change.
Anti-government protests continue in freezing temperatures in Romania's capital Bucharest. Some pro-government demonstrators are also out.
Demonstrations against Romania’s government show no signs of ending despite temperatures dropping as low as minus seven.
Tensions continue to boil in Romania, with the country’s political system in deadlock.
Romanian justice minister resigns over corruption decree and public outrage
Large cut-outs of Romania’s leaders dressed as convicts have appeared at protests in Bucharest.
Romania’s government has easily survived a parliamentary no-confidence vote, three days after mass protests forced it to ditch a controversial corruption decree.
The people were out on the streets because they felt it was a crucial moment for the country, lying at the crossroads: either corruption and oligarchs will take over the country or transparency, good governance, anticorruption and rule of law will prevail.
Romania has seen its biggest protests since the 1989 revolution after the new leftist government pushed through controversial anti-corruption reforms.
Though the numbers are reportedly dwindling, demonstrations in Romania continue as the government awaits a vote of no confidence
By Norica Nicolai, Member of the European Parliament for Romania This year Romania is celebrating its 10th year anniversary of EU membership. In
Protesters in Bucharest, Romania, took a moment to express themselves through the medium of dance as anti-government demonstrations entered their sixth day on February…
Social Democrat lawmakers walked out of the Romanian parliament on February 7 as President Klaus Iohannis was addressing the room.
President Klaus Iohannis has told parliament the government should act for the whole country, not just for 'politicians with problems'.
Denmark remains the least corrupt country in the world (tied with New Zealand) and Somalia (176) the most, and yet Romania (57), which has indicted eighteen ministers, plus two former prime ministers and a former president in the last five years alone, is still behind Namibia (53) and Malaysia (55)
By Raluca Besliu, Romanian journalist and social commentator Through massive daily street demonstrations, hundreds of thousands of Romanian
As Romanians call for the government to go and with a vote of no confidence on the cards, the prime minister says he may sack his justice minister.
There is confusion in Romania over the government’s plans on corruption: first the Justice Minister Florin Iordache spoke on Monday morning of presenting a new, alternative bill after the withdrawal o