Regional Development Minister and Deputy PM Sevil Shhaideh is being prosecuted by the National Anticorruption Directorate (DNA) for abuse of office. The anticorruption prosecutors are...

Romanian senator physically assaulted by former PM’s spokesperson

USR senator Mihai Gotiu was physically assaulted by Mirel Palada, former spokesperson of the Ponta Government, yesterday evening, on the set on the Talk...

Romania may host special EU summit in 2019, one day after Brexit

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker proposed the organization of a special EU summit on March 30, 2019, one day after the triggering of the...

Declassified document: Army provided food, clothing to miners in 1990 Bucharest riot

A document declassified this year by the National Defense Ministry shows the army provided food and clothing to the miners who were involved in...

Romania is a member of the World Tourism Organization’s executive council

Romania has become a member of the executive council of the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), according to a press release from the Romanian Ministry of...

Romania’s economy minister takes command of the Defense Ministry

Romania’s ruling Social Democratic Party (PSD) has proposed the current economy minister Mihai Fifor to be the country’s new minister of defense. PSD had to...

Former Romanian mayor testifies on illegal party financing

Former Piatra Neamt mayor Gheorghe Stefan testified at the Bucharest Court on Friday about how the former Liberal Democratic Party (PDL) received illegal financing...

videoMartin Schulz says he would have attended the pro-justice protests in Romania

German social democrat politician Martin Schulz, Chancellor Angela Merkel's rival in the upcoming German federal elections, said that he would have also participated in...

Romanian PM says he voted against cyanide mining, local media contradicts him

Prime Minister Mihai Tudose said earlier this week that he was among the local MPs who voted ‘for’ when the idea of banning cyanide...

Hungary withdraws support for Romania’s admission to OECD

The Hungarian Government has decided to withdraw its support for Romania's admission to various international organizations, including the OECD, claiming that the Romanian authorities...

Frenchwoman signals possible fraud at Bucharest’s District 1 City Hall

French-Romanian citizen Clotilde Armand, who is a counsellor at Bucharest’s District 1 City Hall, filed yesterday a complaint at the National Anti-Corruption Directorate (DNA)...

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