Romania PM Ludovic Orban resigns after narrow election defeat to left-leaning populists
It is alleged the network issued driving licences and car registration documents in exchange for bribes.
Elena Pagu, 94, who only began jogging in her late 50s, wants to take part in the European Master Athletics Indoor Championships in Portugal.
A documentary about investigative reporting after a nightclub fire in Romania is described as one of the best films ever made about journalism
Romania's industrial Jiu Valley has been tied to fluctuations in the fortunes of coal for a century and a half. But soon the coal will be gone. Is the EU's help to make the transition going to be enough to provide a worthwhile and sutainable future for its residents?
It declared independence from Moldova in 1992. But almost 30 years on, this tiny breakaway republic is set to have an outsized impact on Moldova's election.
“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."
Without access to technology to take part in online classes, Roma children are disproportionately being forced to abandon their education during lockdowns - and with it, their best chance at improving their futures.
Bucharest has closed schools, indoor restaurants, cafes, theatres and cinemas for two weeks and made mask-wearing mandatory in all public spaces.
On Friday, the country reported 2,343 new cases over the previous 24 hours, along with 53 related deaths. This was a new daily record
In Sunday's local elections Ion Aliman won a landslide victory in Deveselu, Romania, despite having died the week before.