Business Planet speaks to Professor Alexandru Marin, a European IP Helpdesk Ambassador who supports and advises SMEs in Romania on how to secure their IP rights.
Thousands rallied against the Social Democrat government in Bucharest on the anniversary of a protest where riot police launched a heavy crackdown.
Pope Francis will meet the patriarch of the Romanian Orthodox Church during his visit to the country, where Catholics are a minority.
Crowds shouted 'go to prison' as Romania's Liviu Dragnea was taken to jail for corruption.
Laura Codruta Kovesi claims Bucharest is trying to silence her for her anti-corruption work.
"We want to make sure that the fight against corruption isn’t abandoned, that we continue this fight because it’s very important for the future of this country," said Timmermans.
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.
Protestors call for the Social Democrat government to resign
The government supporters are angry at the manner in which corruption is being investigated
The most beautiful 250 cats from 9 countries came today in Bucharest at the Pisicat expo. With or without fur, big or small, the felines were admired by hundreds of cats lovers
The 'Silenced Romania' rally attracts hundreds of blindfolded and gagged protesters.
This is the story of Remesh, the brand leading the upcycling movement in Romania.
Protesters put a temporary stop to a Bucharest Christmas fair they say is restricting their rights.
Romanian photographer Mihaela Noroc decided to embark on a quest to seek out the most beautiful women in the world.
Creative industry professionals meet at the IAA's Global Conference in Bucharest to discuss how to adapt to rapid changes in the world of advertising.
Among the highlights at this year’s George Enescu classical music festival was a recital by Israeli violinist and conductor Maxim Vengerov with Vag Papian at the piano, performing César Franck’s Sonat
Huge protests in Romania over new proposals by the Justice Minister to make changes to the judicial system
The Communism Tour takes you back in time to when Nicolae Ceausescu ruled Romania.
Now an energetic commercial centre, Bucharest, Romania’s capital city, still bears in its architecture and landscape traces of the country’s communist history.
Large cut-outs of Romania’s leaders dressed as convicts have appeared at protests in Bucharest.
Romania has seen its biggest protests since the 1989 revolution after the new leftist government pushed through controversial anti-corruption reforms.
Romania has this week seen its biggest protests since its bloody revolution in 1989, as hundreds of thousands of demonstrators took to the streets to show their objection to new laws they claim will h
Romanians have been writing to Euronews giving their views on the corruption controversy engulfing their country: Ion Sava, 35, a civil engineer, told Euronews: “The protests stems from the sneaky and
Romania has made a ‘huge mistake’ in pushing through its biggest retreat on anti-corruption reforms since joining the EU a decade ago, it’s been claimed.
One person is in a serious condition and more than 40 have been treated for smoke inhalation and hypothermia after a fire broke out in a nightclub in Bucharest.