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Police in Romania issued around 200,000 lockdown-related fines in the last month. This crackdown may have helped precipitate today's announcement that confinement will be eased from mid-May.
Face masks and medical supplies are being sold for two or three times their value as countries scramble to protect their health workers.
Military doctors have arrived in Suceava and say conditions in the hospital are similar to "a war".
“It’s a disaster and happened because of a lack of leadership and the management of the initial situation,” said Bogdan Tanase, head of Romania’s Doctors’ Alliance.
Countries in eastern Europe have not been hit too hard by COVID-19. But if and when it does come, are they equipped to cope?
It's the latest EU country to make the declaration as the number of infections rise across the continent.
Euronews explores the hidden corruption, intimidation and violence at the heart of Romania's illegal logging industry,
Interim Romanian Prime Minister Ludovic Orban said his government will self-isolate for 14 days and he will work from inside his official villa.
Particulate matter in Romania rose more than 1,000 per cent above the WHO threshold
"The next train on platform one will arrive.... in four months' time."
Romania has been threatened with legal action over illegal logging and allegedly not doing enough to protect some of Europe’s largest unspoilt forests.
The parliamentary vote against the government of PM Ludovic Orban, in office for barely three months, paves the way for possible early elections.
350 people protested the hiring of the two men, who are considering moving to another village.
You say mulţumesc, they say mulţumesc...let's call the whole thing...Romanian
The Ministry of Health has launched an investigation into the incident.
Thirty years after the end of Nicolae Ceaușescu's regime, Romanians, like others in former Communist countries, show little trust in government institutions.
It's caused outrage among human rights groups and within British policing circles.
Romania marked the 30 years since the Romanian Revolution with several events on Sunday.
In December 1989, the Romanian uprising ended communism in the country.
The Freedom March started from Mary's Square - originally where crowds had gathered to stop the Ceausescu's regime from evicting the reformed pastor Laszlo Tokes on the 15th December 1989. He was seen as a defender of human rights.
This is the moment to either complete the post-communist democratic transition or become further mired in the culture of corruption and impunity that has threatened to strangle Romania's fledgling democracy.
Romanian authorities managed to rescue all 21-person crew and 32 sheep after the vessel capsized on Sunday - but there are still more than 14,000 sheep on board.
Centre-right reformist Klaus Iohannis crushed his socialist challenger in a presidential election runoff that will delight Brussels.
Romania will go to the polls on Sunday
The 200-metre street in Piatra Neamt, which cost €100,000, ends abruptly in a field.
It means Ludovic Orban can now begin the process of proposing nominees for Romania's EU Commissioner.