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Romanian workers stage 2,000km protest against low pay
The minimum wage is just €281 a month when the cost of living is €572 a month
Nuclear vs renewable, the debate dividing Romania’s green transition
Coal-burning countries like Romania will have difficulties reaching Europe’s climate targets. Could Romania’s energy mix become cleaner if it adds more nuclear energy? What role can nuclear power play in the European Union’s Green Deal?
Why did Romania's vaccine rollout derail after a successful start?
Romania's COVID-19 vaccination campaign was initially more successful than many of its richer EU neighbours. So why has it derailed and can it get back on track?
EU must reject Poland & Romania's spending plan for COVID cash | View
Poland, as it stands, is set to receive Є58.1 billion in COVID recovery money, and Romania Є29.2 billion.
Residents of Bucharest’s crumbling buildings live in fear of earthquake threat
Bucharest is the EU capital that is most at risk from earthquakes, many seismologists believe. And with hundreds of vulnerable old buildings suffering from decades of neglect, many residents of the Romanian capital are living in fear for their lives.
A decade after talks began, is Romania any closer to joining Schengen?
A European Union member since 2007, Romania still isn't a member of Europe's borderless zone. Why not?
French police using Roma to inflate deportation figures, says activist
Activists say it is a stage-managed process designed to inflate deportation figures and has been going on for a decade.
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Romania to introduce law against anti-Roma hate speech
Romanian President Klaus Iohannis promulgated the legislation which could see citizens imprisoned for up to 10 years for hate speech against the Roma community.
How a far-right party came from nowhere to shock in Romania's election
The unexpected emergence of AUR — an acronym for GOLD in Romanian — ultimately overshadowed an election that failed to inspire voters.
Will apathy be the winner in Romania's parliamentary election?
Radu Magdin, a political analyst in Bucharest, told Euronews that turnout could be historically low, around 30% of total registered voters, compared to 39.5% in 2016.
Medical staff in Romania remember those killed in hospital fire
Medical staff released balloons into the air to remember the 11 victims of a fire at a hospital treating COVID-19 patients.
Moldova votes: Will pro-EU candidate Sandu oust Putin's pick Dodon?
Sunday's presidential election has been interpreted as a referendum on the direction of Europe's poorest country, with Dodon representing closer links with Russia and Sandu with the EU.
Romania’s coal heartland embraces Green New Deal
Romania's industrial Jiu Valley has been tied to fluctuations in the fortunes of coal for a century and a half. But soon the coal will be gone. Is the EU's help to make the transition going to be enough to provide a worthwhile and sutainable future for its residents?
How a Jewish writer lived, loved and survived in WW2-era Romania
A newly-translated novel by the author of For Two Thousand Years shows a different side to one of Europe's foremost chroniclers of antisemitism.
Without access to online teaching, Roma children’s education has been put on hold by COVID-19 ǀ View
Without access to technology to take part in online classes, Roma children are disproportionately being forced to abandon their education during lockdowns - and with it, their best chance at improving their futures.
In a divided Moldova, President Igor Dodon fights for four more years
It's the second-most anticipated presidential election taking place in November.
Belarus should be 'warning for Moldova' ahead of presidential election
"The events in Belarus become extremely relevant for Moldova," Maia Sandu told Euronews. "The message coming from Belarus is that today there is 'zero tolerance' for the fraud of the popular will."
Romanian border police accused of alleged violence against migrants
Migrants have shared testimonies of their alleged physical abuse by Romanian border guards, who illegally expelled them back to Serbia.
Vişinel Bălan: From orphanage nightmare to dreaming of public office
Vişinel Bălan had a hellish time growing up in a Romanian orphanage. Now he is running for mayor with hopes of improving life for other people.
Romania criminalises cyber harassment as a form of domestic violence
Domestic violence will now include a provision specifically for "cybernetic violence" which intends to "shame, humble, scare, threat, or silence the victim".
Coronavirus reopens Schengen debate for Romania, Croatia and Bulgaria
Long queues at borders have become a feature of travelling within the EU during the pandemic, but Romanian MEPs say it highlights the reality of travel from non-Schengen member states.
Romania's sacked anti-corruption chief wrongly dismissed, rules ECHR
The European Court of Human Rights today ruled in favour of Romania's sacked anti-corruption chief, Laura Kovesi.
Watch: Meet the Romanian making face masks in a bid to stop COVID-19
Self-isolation has prompted many people to use their skills to support the battle against the novel coronavirus.
Romania declares state of emergency over Covid-19 outbreak
It's the latest EU country to make the declaration as the number of infections rise across the continent.
Romania's virgin forests ravaged by 'wood mafia'
Euronews explores the hidden corruption, intimidation and violence at the heart of Romania's illegal logging industry,
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Accused child trafficking gang walk free from court in Romania
It's caused outrage among human rights groups and within British policing circles.