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After losing support from the ruling coalition, the widely criticised president of the Romanian Cultural Institute has thrown in the towel.
One of the world’s biggest and most powerful lasers is to be constructed near Bucharest, at a cost of 350 million euro.
Floods have hit eastern Romania, causing widespread devastation and killing at least three people. And more trouble from extreme weather could be on the way.
The President and Prime Minister are once again at loggerheads, this time over how the parliament should be reorganized.
Bucharest is bringing in new legislation and raising fines in an attempt to tackle the problem of illegal logging which has damaged some of the country's important forests.
An amendment to Romania's new constitution, backed by MPs and the Orthodox Church, defines marriage as a union between a man and a woman alone.
Fans of grilled meat rolls in Romania relax after minister says EU will add the popular dish known as 'mici' to its list of foodstuffs that are exempt from directives.
The heir to the British throne, the Prince of Wales, has again visited Romania, meeting the country's leaders as well as touring his properties in Transylvania.
As well as counterfeit clothes and cigarettes, some 50 per cent of luxury brand-name products could be fakes, Romania’s customs service has warned.
The manager of an influential private TV company in Romania has been detained in a case concerning alleged bribery.
Romania has finally scrapped a controversial contract with the US company Bechtel to construct a long-awaited highway in Transylvania.
Romanian Prime Minister Victor Ponta said he would heed ethnic Hungarian demands for increased autonomy and cultural rights.
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.
Romania is planning several measures to cut to the recorded rise in the number of school truants and dropouts.
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.
It’s increasingly no longer a question of whether Romania will recognise Kosovo’s independence but when, analysts say.
Romania is downgrading its renewable incentives system as part of a bid to curb rises in the price of electricity.
Bookfest, Romania’s largest book fair, has opened in Bucharest with a German flavour this year - but the fair takes place in a country where interest in reading seems to be fading.