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Tate brothers lose their appeal in Romanian court
A Romanian court rejects the divisive social media personality Andrew Tate’s appeal against a 30-day detention in connection to charges of human trafficking, rape, and setting up an organised crime group. He and his brother both deny the charges
Roma actress smashes stigma in Bucharest Theatre's one-woman-show
Growing up Alina Serban didn't see herself represented on television, in movies or books. Shunned from the cultural mainstream, she is taking matters into her own hands.
Romanian prisoners take to the stage in annual theatre festival
Every winter, inmates from Romanian jails begin rehearsals for an on-stage production performed at the 'Liberation Through Culture' festival. Organisers say it's an immense help to what they do with the rest of their sentences.
Romanian MPs fail to support new government proposal of Dacian Ciolos
The vote result risks prolonging Romania's ongoing political crisis amid an acute surge of coronavirus cases.
Why Romania's new PM-designate could face a winter of discontent
Even if Dacian Cioloș can win the support of parliament - which is doubtful - he has an unenviable task ahead, analysts say.
Former PM Dacian Cioloș tasked with forming new Romanian government
Romania's former prime minister Dacian Cioloș has been appointed to try and form a new government.
US helicopter hits lampposts during emergency landing in Bucharest
A US Black Hawk military helicopter was forced to make an emergency landing in Bucharest due to a "flight incident".
Bid to rename EU streets with a Belarusian embassy after journalist
If enacted, it would likely mean Belarus' embassies having Roman Protasevich Street on all their correspondence.
Romania's president wants more NATO troops to be sent to Europe
President Klaus Iohannis says that Moscow's recent military actions on the Ukrainian border have highlighted the need for Eastern Europe to remain vigilant.
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.
Romania investigates nearly 200 people over anti-lockdown protests
Demonstrations took place in several Romanian cities on Monday night after new pandemic measures came into force.
Romania: Ten dead in COVID-19 hospital blaze
The fire spread through the intensive care ward designated for people with COVID-19 at the public hospital in the northern city of Piatra Neamt.
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.
NYC transport guru aiming to solve Bucharest's congestion problem
“This involvement is something emotional for me," Prof Michael Horodniceanu told Euronews. "Bucharest is my home town and I would like to use my expertise pro bono to better the city and make it more livable."
Bucharest schools close as COVID-19 surges in Romania's capital
Bucharest has closed schools, indoor restaurants, cafes, theatres and cinemas for two weeks and made mask-wearing mandatory in all public spaces.
'Lack of competence': Bucharest's delayed metro line finally opens
It took nine years to build a 7km-line.
Stolen books worth €2.7m found in Romanian basement during police raid
The 200 works included books by Goya, Galileo and Isaac Newton.
Romania's Ludovic Orban avoids censure motion over COVID-19 response
Romania's Ludovic Orban has avoided censure over his government's response to COVID-19, after only 226 MPs turned up to parliament to vote
Green campaigners fume over Bucharest's pollution problem
Particulate matter in Romania rose more than 1,000 per cent above the WHO threshold
The Brief: Romania's revolution - searching for answers 30 years on
Thirty years on from the revolution which brought down the communist regime, we look at some of the artefacts of repression under Nicolae Ceaușescu - from secret service documents to a simple typewriter.