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The first electronic identity cards issued in Romania will be handed to their holders in September,
The "health ticket" campaign, which allows residents of Cluj-Napoca to get a free bus ride by doing
Carrefour and Bringo announced the launch of a new 30-minute fast delivery service in Bucharest and
Mobility company Bolt launched its e-scooter rental service in Sibiu, central Romania, last weekend.
The office market activity in Romania showed limited signs of return to pre-pandemic levels in the
Finnish singer Tarja Turunen, former lead vocalist of the symphonic metal band Nightwish, will
The Planetarium in Constanta, southeastern Romania, will also feature a 4K hybrid system after
The Social Democratic Party (PSD) plans to file a no-confidence motion against the government at the
COVID-19 booster shots could be made available in Romania starting early October at the latest,
One of George Enescu's most moving works, the Ballade, was heard simultaneously on Thursday, August
Low-cost airline Wizz Air announced that it plans to add 800 new flight attendants to its network by
The government has approved the doubling of cash bonuses for the Romanian athletes who won medals at