Romania will continue to help consolidate the democratic institutions in the neighbouring Republic of Moldova, says Romanian PM Grindeanu
Romanian Prime Minister, Sorin Grindeanu, on Monday for the first time participated in the so-called “Prime Minister Hours” in Parliament.
To avoid a new sanction by the European Court of Human Rights because of the poor situation in Romanian penitentiaries, the Romanian Senate has adopted a bill amending the sentence serving l...
Romanians are still dissatisfied with Romanian politicians, and say the justice system is too politicized
Great Britain's leaving the EU has triggered talks on the future of the Union
In Romania, a new bill regulating the vaccination of children will be posted for public debate within a month, the Healthcare Minister has announced
Romania is taking part in the world's leading travel trade show ITB Berlin
Romania’s Parliament has adopted a declaration proclaiming its supremacy over all the other public institutions. Was this declaration necessary? Its critics say no.
Decision makers in Bucharest are trying to stop illegal logging
Talks are being held this week at the Labour Ministry on a new law that tackles wage inequality in the public sector.
Notable results were reported in the field of the judiciary in 2016 despite legislative instability, says Romania’s General Prosecutor Augustin Lazăr.
EU Commissioner Corina Cretu gave an interview to Radio Romania on Romania's future within the EU
Cooperation in the defence field might define a multi-speed Europe, a project that has been criticised by the countries in the eastern part of the Union.
I hope we can start rebuilding the EU in a way which will be even more valuable for the citizens, declares Jacek Krawczyk, President of the Employers' Group at EESC.
Romanians are optimistic about the future of the European Union
On March 4, Romania commemorated 40 years since the devastating earthquake of 1977
Today's edition features prominent documentary filmmakers from Romania.
European Commission report shows Romania had one of the fastest growing GDP rates in the EU.
We invite you to visit Buzias spa in Timis County, western Romania
Romania remains optimistic about the future of the EU
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A look at the main sporting events this past weekend
For decades, the life of Romania's communist elites was a mystery for the common people.
A simple solution for Lent, a 40 day period during which Orthodox Christians are forbidden to eat meat or dairy, is saue...
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