Social Democrat Prime Minister Viorica Dancila has been ousted by rival lawmakers
The move comes just a month before the country's presidential election.
Romania gives green light for Holocaust museum
Ten people died and seven others were injured in a road accident in Romania on Saturday, AFP reported quoting Romanian police.
The Business Planet team heads to Bucharest to see how one firm has been able to safeguard its intellectual property with EU help.
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.
Both nation's choices were rejected by MEPs.
One of Romania best-known anti-corruption chiefs has been speaking to Euronews after being backed to be the EU’s first public prosecutor.
The concert halls in Bucharest will see over 2,500 musicians of 50 nationalities go on stage for 84 concerts and recitals
Romania has withdrawn its nomination for interim EU commissioner in the final weeks of Juncker's mandate.
An emergency phone service in Romania — criticised over its slowness responding to a kidnapped teenager that was later found murdered — is under fresh scrutiny.
Romania's ruling PSD party lost its parliamentary majority after its junior ally quit over government policy.
'Make Romania Great Again': Trump gives Iohannis a special present
US heavy metal band Metallica have donated €250,000 for the construction of a paediatric hospital in Romania.
Thousands rallied against the Social Democrat government in Bucharest on the anniversary of a protest where riot police launched a heavy crackdown.
A diplomatic row has broken out between Bulgaria and Romania over African Swine Fever (ASF).
Pork industry at risk as swine fever hits farms across Eastern Europe. More than 120 000 pigs have been slaughtered in Bulgaria in an attempt to limit the number of swine fever cases.
There are parallels between the scandal engulfing Romania over the handling of a teenager’s kidnapping and a deadly nightclub blaze four years ago, an expert has told Euronews.
Romania's education minister, Ecaterina Andronescu, has been sacked over "deeply wrong" comments she made about a kidnapping case.
The uncle of a kidnapped Romania teenager has slammed the people who heard her desperate telephone calls for help.
Romania’s interior minister has quit as the fallout from the kidnapping of two teenage girls intensifies.
A murder suspect in the southern Romanian town of Caracal has admitted to killing two teenage girls, his lawyer said on Sunday, in a case that sparked nationwide outrage over the way authorities handled it.
The chief of the Romanian police Ioan Buda was fired by the Romanian Interior ministry on Saturday after a series of errors in his police department led to their failure to save a missing girl.
Romania is going ahead with the controversial export of 70,000 live sheep to the Persian Gulf. That is despite Brussels urging them not to because “extreme temperatures” would make it impossible to guarantee the animals would not suffer in transit.
Previous host Romania was sponsored by Coca-cola among others, while Finland, which took over as the new rotating president on July 1, announced an agreement with BMW.
Over the past two years, the EU has threatened legal steps against Romania and launched Article 7 procedures — dubbed the "nuclear option" — against Poland and Hungary over reforms to their judiciary systems.