At least four people have died in Greece since Saturday as heavy rain battered the north-eastern part of the country.
Several regions have declared a state of emergency as the downpours showed no sig
Italy, Greece, Croatia, Bulgaria and Romania are among the European Union’s worst when it comes to perceptions of corruption, a new index has
Despite efforts to improve the quantity and quality of education, the problem of students dropping out of school is still a major concern in many
Huge discoveries of oil and gas in the Black Sea off Romania have thrust the country back into the heart of the region’s energy market. In addition
An earthquake of magnitude 5.6 has struck the Vrancea region of Romania.
The tremor which reportedly lasted for more than 30 seconds was felt
Anti-corruption officials have detained a chief Romanian prosecutor for questioning.
Alina Bica heads a government department investigating
Eastern Europe is seeing a growing people’s opposition to traditional government, using the Internet. Could this be an e-revolution in the
Romania’s Foreign Minister Teodor Melescanu has stepped dow, the second foreign minister to quit in the space of a week in response to voting issues
At the World Travel Market 2014 in London, the leading event for the global travel industry, euronews spoke to Razvan Marc from the Romanian National
More than a quarter of a century ago gymnast Nadia Comaneci captured the world’s attention. Today, she is still one of the best known athletes in the
Accidentally released footage from a non-licensed Romanian kindergarten shows staff beating and shouting at children after apparently forgetting to
Is a long break useful or can it be used to learn new things, and in particular, subjects which are not usually taught at school? That’s our topic
In Transylvania, in Romania, a group of young Europeans are on a very special year-long mission. Generation Y followed them as they took up the
A probe has been launched amid allegations that abuse of vulnerable people in Romanian institutions is at ‘crisis levels’.
Mentally ill people are
Twenty years after the launch of the single market we tend to take a lot of basic freedoms for granted.
Europe’s single market brought down trade
Fears of an migrant ‘invasion’ from Romania and Bulgaria have gripped richer EU countries like the UK and Germany, now that visa restrictions for
The Danube Delta in Romania provides a critical refuge for several globally threatened species.
Home to about 330 different bird varieties –
In this edition of U-talk our question comes from Laurent in Brussels. “Several EU countries still restrict the access of Romanian and Bulgarian
In this edition of the Global Conversation Isabelle Kumar discusses the key issues affecting Romania today with the country’s prime minister Victor
With France recently in the firing line over its forced eviction of Roma people, Euronews went to visit Saint-Josse in Brussels, one of the Belgian
Romania is taking action to put an end to the confusion between its capital city and Budapest, the capital of Hungary.
The two capital cities have
London is one of the most visited places in the world.
It is also host to a melting pot of people and cultures, which has changed the landscape of
This edition of Business Planet takes us to Timisoara, one of Romania’s three major economic hubs, a very dynamic region virtually devoid of
Using waste to launder dirty money. That’s what Italian prosecutors believe is going on Romania. The money in question is the so-called treasure of
This mountain contains Europe’s biggest gold deposits. With the economic crisis, the price of gold is rocketing and there are plans to open new gold
In Transylvania, in the city of Targu Mures, Northern Romania, is the headquarters of the country’s emergency rescue service SMURD.
It was founded