In a win for the fight against corruption, Romania's Constitutional Court halts disputed reforms attempted by the government.
Romanian border police said they found 47 people hidden in the back of a lorry at the country's border with Hungary on Monday.
The best way for Romania to move forward is to re-centre public attention to topics that are highly relevant for Romania's future, like closing the gender gap.
A referendum which sought to change Romania's constitution to make gay marriage less accessible has failed to meet the minimum turnout needed for the result to be valid.
As Romania takes to the polls this weekend for a referendum on the constitutional definition of marriage, Florin Buhuceanu and Victor Ciobotaru are staying at home.
Euronews took to the streets of Bucharest to ask people what they think about the vote, which could see the constitution amended to redefine marriage as being only between a man and a woman rather than “two spouses”.
Ahead of the launch of the final series of political drama “House of Cards”, the actress spoke to Euronews about the need to showcase female leaders and the power of celebrity influence.
Leading figures in the creative industry, including Hollywood actress Robin Wright, revealed how they had used their skills to spur change.
Gay marriage is already illegal in Romania but campaigners are trying to make sure the law cannot be unpicked.
EU warns Bucharest not to interfere with the justice system and not to stop fighting against corruption
European Commission 'will not hesitate' to take Romania to court, warns vice president
The 17 water fountains in Unirii Square in downtown Bucharest reopened on Thursday evening, September 20, with a concert of the Bucharest Symphonic Orchestra followed by a show of music and lights.
The vote, condemned by numerous rights groups, is to be held on Oct 6-7.
The race is on to stop Romania's gay marriage referendum.
Campaigners have hit out after senators in Romania backed calls for a referendum that could make it harder for gay marriage to be legalised.
Concerns have been raised over alleged links between the woman set to be Romania’s new anti-corruption chief and the ruling social democrats.
Police chiefs in Romania told one of its cops to see a psychologist after he backed a campaign to stop criminals serving in public office.
The former NYC mayor berated what he called “excesses" by the country's anti-corruption agency and called for an amnesty for “those who have been prosecuted and convicted following such excesses.”
The leader of Romania's ruling party said unidentified assassins had targeted him. The police responded that they weren't aware.
LIviu Dragnea says opponents wanted to overthrow the government and were encouraged by the president.