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Romania's usually squabbling leaders have this time agreed on who should attend the European Council on the country's behalf.
A court in Bucharest has jailed a football club owner and other senior ex-officials for corruption.
Bucharest court orders retrial in the case of eight top football officials allegedly involved in tax evasion and money laundering
First major misunderstandings put at stake the solidity of center-left ruling coalition in Romania
Croatia leads the Balkans in providing the best legal environment for lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgender people, while Macedonia offers the least protection, new research says.
Over 1,500 postal workers in Bucharest have staged a walk-out over planned cuts in their working hours and salaries as the government tries to slim down and sell off the service.
Specialists have come up with a new phone application that enables drivers to circumvent the potholes strewn all over Romania's rotten roads.
A former parliamentarian stripped of his MP's immunity in 2010 has been jailed for seven years for accepting bribes from businessmen in exchange for favours.
Victor Ponta was re-elected as head of the Social Democratic Party and promised to continue reforming Romania.
While remaining an objective for the country, Romania has dropped the idea of setting a date for adopting the single currency.
Parliament is expected to pass a new law aimed at finally resolving the prolonged dispute over property seized by the Communists.
Bulgarian and Romanian officials have signed a memorandum to expand and jointly manage protected wetland areas along their Danube border.
Number of diagnoses of cancer jumped sharply last year in Romania, a country where cancer sufferers have great difficulty in obtaining the drugs they need.
Magistrate Robert Cazanciuc is set to become Romania’s new Justice Minister after President Basescu approved the choice.
Victor Ponta's centre-left government plans new tax of 10 per cent on public servants earning more than 1,000 euro a month.
Angry employees of the Oltchim chemical company rallied in Bucharest demanding payment of their overdue wages and urging the government to step in and save the plant.
While the number of drug users rises steadily in Romania, harm-reduction programmes face closure as government funds dry up.
Greater use of electronic payments is responsible for part of the decrease in Romania’s shadow economy, a study by Visa says.
The annual Night of Museums in Romania will involve exhibitions, dance and theatre performances, concerts and films in events across the country.