Around 3,000 ethnic Hungarians protested in Romania on Saturday and called for more autonomy from Bucharest.
Germany's ban could prompt its most-polluting diesel cars to be sold to buyers in eastern Europe, experts say. This could export the country's deadly air to Poland, Romania, Bulgaria and the Czech Republic.
Romania’s justice minister called for Laura Kovesi to be sacked on Thursday but today she was backed by President Klaus Iohannis.
The number of measles cases in Europe has quadrupled in a year, according to the World Health Organization.
Romania's fourth Eurovision heat got underway 86-metres underground in a salt mine
For the last year, Romanians have been turning out in their thousands to protest what they see as an increasingly corrupt government.
Romania's leading anti-corruption chief is asked to step down as the country's reforms continue to anger citizens.
Defence minister announces plans for locally-built submersible.
Denmark is the European country that generates the most municipal waste — while Romania generates the least, according to data from Eurostat.
Bulgaria is estimated to shrink the most over the coming decades, but a host of other countries in eastern Europe are also in the firing line: Latvia, Moldova, Ukraine, Croatia, Lithuania, Romania, Serbia, Poland and Hungary.
The European Commission is warning that the proposed changes would undermine the judiciary's independence and Romania's commitment to fight corruption and organised crime.
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the top stories from the EU's de facto political capital.
Protesters say the government is pushing through laws that will harm the country's fight against corruption.
"Through our gesture, we wanted to mobilise them (Romanians) to go out in the streets and ask for their rights," Sorin Bobis told Euronews.
Euronews reporter Hans Von der Brelie is with protesters in the country's capital as they demonstrate against perceived corruption in Romania.
Viorica Dancila was ranked near the bottom of the Parliament for attendance and once claimed Iran was in the EU.
Experts say much of what protesters have campaigned about are still on the legislative agenda.
After just seven months in office, Romanian Prime Minister Mihai Tudose has stepped down.
The social democrat was forced to resign when he lost the support of his party.
It's the second time since June that the PSD has ousted one of its own.
Japan’s prime minister chose to visit Bucharest the day after his opposite number resigned from government.
Romania’s prime minister is in hot water with Budapest over comments appearing to threaten ethnic Hungarians in Transylvania.
They were filmed walking in front of a surveillance camera at the country’s Piatra Craiului National Park.
Adrian Coman and Clai Hamilton cannot live together in Romania because the country doesn’t recognise same-sex marriage.
Eastern European countries are unwittingly supplying the so-called Islamic State with weapons and ammunition, a new report has claimed.
Euronews journalists present Euronews' pictures of the year.
For Romania and Moldova, 2018 will mark a bittersweet historical moment: the centennial of the Great Union, which brought together the key Romanian-inhabited provinces: Bessarabia, Transylvania and the Romanian Kingdom.