Gheorghe Hagi has established an academy to try to develop a new generation of Romanian talent
Liquidity in the Saudi Arabian banking sector has tightened, but there is no cause for concern just yet, reports Kit Gillet. However, the central bank is introducing measures to ease the pressure and boost lending.
The merger between National Bank of Abu Dhabi and FGB could well trigger a series of consolidatory moves across the Gulf 's banking sector. But will this lead to the emergence of a handful of regional powerhouses?
While cities around the world embrace pedestrianisation, Bucharest’s new mayor is blaming traffic on street events such as Via Sport, which closes a central boulevard to cars on weekends. Is the Romanian capital taking a step backwards?
For some Romanians, the Brexit referendum was a commentary on how well they and others from former communist Eastern Europe had been accepted into the EU family – and it wasn't positive.
Newly opened to the public, the Spring Palace in Bucharest was once home to Romania's last communist dictator, and still displays his opulent lifestyle
The East and West are ramping up military capabilities and defenses to their greatest extent since the cold war, and some are now bracing for a backlash.
NHS trust trials software developed by a Romanian company to rehabilitate patients using interactive and therapeutic games
Corruption in Romania: the country's latest scandal features watered-down disinfectant in hospitals
Low oil prices could have hit Qatar's economy hard, but early action from the government appears to have shielded it from the worst of the impact. The country's central bank governor, Sheikh Abdulla Bin Saoud Al-Thani talks to Kit Gillet
As the Qatari economy begins to slow on the back of decreasing oil prices, liquidity in the country's banking system is feeling the squeeze. Ratings agencies have responded with downgrades, yet recent results are healthy as banks pursue new sources of growth.
Qatar is expected to post its first budget deficit in 15 years in 2016, but, far from buckling under the pressure, the country is stepping up to the challenge of diversifying its economy and reining in public spending,
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.