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The SDP Government still wants to take control of the Judician System
Romanian politicians don't give up so easy on their fellow convicts
EU officials are extremely worried
The government in Bucharest is trying to soften the anti-corruption legislation
31 people lost their lives on friday night in a club in Bucharest, Romania
OneEurope contributor Costi Ghitulica discusses the issues around the production of heavy water in Romania and its wider implications for Europe.
Romanian PM, Victor Ponta, is charged with forgery, money-laundering, conflict of interest and tax evasion.
Romania leads by far in Downloading Speed
Cluj Napoca is the European Youth Capital of 2015 and probably the best city you've never heard of.
For the past couple of weeks in Romania, there has been a real “political” Brownian movement within the spheres of actions of all its involved actors, either political leaders or citizens.
On 2 November 2014 Romanians went to the polls to elect a new president, but those abroad were left waiting for hours outside polling stations to cast their vote.
The Romanian Government is accused by the opposition that it has restricted the right to vote for thousands of citizens living abroad.
The very foundation of the European citizenship, namely the right to live and work throughout the Union is threatened.
Romania - Europe's tropical fish
The Story of a Bulgarian Careers Fair in the UK
On the 1 January 2014, Romanians and Bulgarians will have the same right to work as Poles did about a decade earlier.
A convention for European Citizens and Civil Society to debate and send a message that “We Europeans stand united”!
A comparison of Russian and Romanian education systems
Jose Manuel Barroso, the president of the EC, recently declared to a French tv station that most likely Romania and Bulgaria will not join the Schengen Area next year because …
Immigration of Romanian and Bulgarian Romani people to France stir up a long-lasting heated debate
Romania is on fire, with continuous protests in all major cities for the last weeks, due to the criticised mining project of the Rosia Montana Gold Corporation in the Apuseni …
Romanian citizens have been engaged in a struggle against corporate and governmental transgressions on environmental and citizenship rights
Economic opportunity or environmental disaster?
A Romanian village 35 kilometers southeast of Bucharest unfurled on Monday, 27.05.2013, what is the largest flag ever made, downing Lebanon which had held the previous record.
I do not know and am not interested in the names and locations of the following battles. They are irrelevant. All that matters is the human.
The terror of the Ceausescu regime did not avoid women. Severe ideologies and laws were applied on birth, labor and politics.