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Romanian heritage and contemporary works of art worth over EUR 9 million are exhibited at Art Safari
Two UNESCO experts arrived in Romania on Wednesday, September 15, for a field mission to evaluate
Most Romanians believe that the general situation in Romania is worse than 30 years ago, according
The European Parliament (EP) adopted, with 387 votes in favour, 161 against and 123 abstaining, a
Romanian tennis star Simona Halep, a former world No. 1, will marry her boyfriend Toni Iuruc today,
Real estate developer Element Industrial announced on Monday, September 13, the start of a new
Romania's Tibi Useriu participates this year in the Tor de Geants endurance trail race in Italy.
Romanian Adrian Sulca claimed the gold medal at the Junior European Judo Championships, in the -73kg
Almost 3 million preschoolers and students in Romania start the new school year today, September 13,
Transilvania International Film Festival (TIFF) will return with a new edition in Oradea this month.
Most Romanian parents would like their children to return to in-person classes in the new school
According to Raed Arafat, the head of the Department for Emergency Situations (DSU), 92.8% of the