Gheorghe Hagi has established an academy to try to develop a new generation of Romanian talent
Legislation on claims for property lost during and after World War II was seen as a small acknowledgment of the treatment of Jews during the war.
Fears for national opera’s future after artistic director’s departure leads to cancellation of shows, pay protests and a ministerial scalp
April 22, 2016, with Jessica Elgot Romania has suffered a fate worse than nul points after being booted out of this year’s Eurovision competition because it failed to clear its debts to the European Broadcasting Union. The EBU, which runs Eurovision, said Romania’s national broadcaster, Televiziunea Romana, had failed to pay debts totalling more than £7.9m. Ingrid Deltenre, director...
National station has amassed €10m debt to the European Broadcasting Union, with singer Ovidiu Anton’s place in the contest now in question
The countryside of Maramures, where farmers still use long scythes and home-made wooden pitchforks and there's no TV or internet, gives visitors a taste of how rural life was in much of Europe two centuries ago.
The highest court in Romania upheld a 20-year prison term for former warden from the country’s repressive Communist past who had overseen brutal treatment of prisoners, including routine beatings and starvation.
Poland, Hungary, Bulgaria and Romania understood to be concerned that Tusk plan to keep UK in EU would discriminate against their workers
Prisoners could get 30 days written off for every scientific book published, with one jailed politician writing nine since 2014
Kaplan revisits Romania, the “master key” for Balkans
Frustration with the political establishment is boiling over again in Moldova, where more than 15,000 people took to the streets of the capital on Sunday to vent their anger at the new government that was sworn in just last week.
The Butcher’s Trail - a defining account of the manhunt for Balkan war criminals
Publishing a book of scientific value can shave 30 days off a jail term – but no one is evaluating the results of the many white-collar inmates exploiting the law