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The annual Night of Museums in Romania will involve exhibitions, dance and theatre performances, concerts and films in events across the country.
Easter is one of the most widely celebrated Christian holidays in Romania, and the country has its own wealth of traditions that people still maintain.
The second son of Britain's heir to the throne spent Easter in his father's rural Transylvanian retreat - his first visit to Romania.
Renowned Israeli Writer Amos Oz will be in Romania’s capital to gave public speech and launch his books.
A bronze yak presented by Chairman Mao was the surprise star of the sale of the late Romanian dictator's gifts, which took place on the anniversary of his birthday in Bucharest.
A selection of 70 gifts presented to the Communist dictator and his wife, Elena, are to go on sale in Bucharest on the anniversary of his birthday.
The suicide of another popular singer - the second this year - has distracted the country's news media from its usual diet of economic woes, though some question the coverage.
Romania's capital will have "eco" bulbs for this year's festive season to save money.
New UK movie on unspoiled mountain wilderness has charmed Romanians - but Greens say the natural wonders will be ruined if the country doesn't do more to guard its environment.
Hundreds of Romanians queued up on Sunday to see Terra Park, the country’s largest amusement park be unveiled in the capital city.
Thousands of spectators are expected to attend marathon races held in Romania’s capital, Bucharest, and the Serbian city of Novi Sad on October 9.
Street lamps powered by solar energy and more bicycle lanes are part of the latest efforts to give Bucharest a modern facelift.
Three regional entrants, Serbia, Bosnia and Romania, will be taking part in finals of the 2011 Eurovision Song Contest in Dusseldorf on Saturday.
Performers from Albania, Serbia and Croatia will take the stage tonight for the first semifinal in the 2011 Eurovision contest, an event that is very closely watched by viewers in the Balkans.
This year’s Balkan Fellowship for Journalistic Excellence gets under way, as ten journalists attend an opening seminar in the Austrian capital.
Grant worth 80 million euro may give shot in the arm to struggling domestic filmmakers whose work seems more appreciated abroad than at home.
The Amnesty International Report for 2012 listed war crimes prosecutions and discrimination against sexual and ethnic minorities as among the most pressing rights issues in the Balkans.
After an earlier failed attempt at privatization, Bucharest hopes to sell off the national rail freight company by a June deadline.