The infamous Romanian dictator's private palace is open for visitors in Bucharest and includes a private cinema, silk carpets and walls of gifts from world leaders.
On Sunday the group stage for the host nation ended.
It’s been six years in the making, with obstacles along the way, but now France is celebrating after clinching three points in their Euro 2016 opener against…
Clotilde Armand is a French woman aiming to change the face of local politics in Romania in a system marked by corruption.
Exit polls from local elections in Romania suggest that barely a year after quitting government under a corruption cloud the Social Democrats have roared back nationwide, and will…
In Germany, a massive clean-up operation is underway after days of heavy rainfall and flooding started to recede.
At least 10 people in Germany, two each in France and Romania, and one in Belgium have died as a result of the flooding in Europe.
Dinamo Bucharest supporters paid tribute to Patrick Ekeng, who died last week of a suspected heart attack. Some 50,000 supporters – gathered on May
America has switched on a controversial missile shield in Romania, incensing Moscow. The aim, it says, is to protect NATO countries from short and
A fresh flood swept away six cars on a main road in Valcea county, Central Romania. Traffic in the area was blocked until firefighters used pumps to
Two of the world’s most sophisticated warplanes have touched down in Romania as part of the United States’ biggest European deployment of F-22
The workers from state-controlled energy company started the 300km walk from Targu Jiu to the capital on Monday to protest against a proposed layoff.
A flash flood in Romania has swamped houses, killed livestock damaged a section of country road and displaced two cars. About 200 households were
This week, Real Economy is looking at the world of microfinance in a European market that tends to be dominated by traditional banks. We take a look
The ex-commander of a Communist-era Labour camp in Romania has been jailed for 20 years for ‘crimes against humanity’. The camp run by 88-year old
Prosecutors in Romania are trying to establish if some prisoners jailed for corruption and fraud are claiming authorship of books to get their
A labour exploitation network targeting Romanian workers has been dismantled in the Andalucia region of southern Spain. The National Police made five
Over 2500 shepherds protested in front of the Parliament, dissatisfied with the modifications brought to the Hunting Law regulating how many shepherd
The British PM is lobbying ahead of a crucial referendum on UK membership due by the end of 2017
The knock-on effect of tighter border controls in the Balkans is starting to show. In Romania a seven-kilometre traffic jam has resulted in hours of
In Romania the technocrat government of Dacian Ciolos easily won a confidence vote in parliament on Tuesday, reinforcing its mandate for a one-year
Romanian President Klaus Iohannis has appointed former EU agriculture commissioner Dacian Ciolos as prime minister. #Romania ex-EU commissioner for
More people have died from injuries sustained in a fire and stampede at Bucharest’s hip Colectiv nightclub. The death toll has risen to at least 45
Twenty-year-old Turk Ayberk Manci was among a group of Erasmus exchange students at Bucharest’s Colectiv nightclub late on October 30. Fireworks set
Anti-corruption protests have continued in the Romanian capital, Bucharest for a fifth night in the wake last week’s deadly nightclub fire. Nine
The death toll from last weekend’s (October 31) fire in a Bucharest night club has risen to 39. Romania’s interim prime minister announced on