Europe

Romania: PM Orban announces self-quarantine

Ludovic Orban's self-quarantine may yet be extended to other members of his administration.

Romania's Orban to form new government from self-quarantine

AJ Impact

EU power sector emissions drop as coal collapses across Europe

The year 2019 saw record decline in CO2 emitted from electricity generation as renewable sources rose to a new high.

EU power sector emissions drop as coal collapses across Europe

Romania

Romanian legislators topple centrist government

Left-wing opposition succeeds in its no-confidence vote against centrist PM, raising possibility of early elections.

Romanian legislators topple PM Orban's government

Romania

On this day: 30 years since Nicolae Ceausescu was executed

After a bloody revolution, Romania's communist leader was charged with genocide and executed along with his wife Elena.

On this day: 30 years since Nicolae Ceausescu was executed

People & Power

Europe's Recurring Shame

People & Power investigates the shocking abuse of disabled people at EU-funded care homes across Eastern Europe.

Inside Story

Is NATO still relevant?

Divisions threaten to overshadow 70th birthday celebrations of world's largest military alliance.

Europe

More than 14,000 sheep drown after ship capsizes off Romania

Rescuers save only 33 sheep and crew after Queen Hind overturns in Black Sea shortly after leaving Romania's Midia port.

More than 14,000 sheep drown after ship capsizes off Romania

Europe

Exit polls: Romania's President Iohannis wins re-election

Klaus Iohannis, 60, easily defeats social democrat opponent Viorica Dancila.

Exit polls: Romania's President Iohannis wins re-election

Romania

Romania's Iohannis wins presidential ballot, will face runoff

Exit poll shows Klaus Iohannis, former leader of National Liberal Party, garnered 38.7 percent of votes.

Romania's Iohannis wins presidential ballot, will face runoff

Europe

Romania new PM to name EU commissioner after consulting president

Ludovic Orban, Romania's new prime minister, would not be drawn on the name of his nominee.

Romania new PM to name EU commissioner after consulting president

Witness

The Dry Valley: Hopes and Dreams in a Romanian Village

A portrait of a Romanian village where many of the Roma residents must leave for Scandinavia to make a living.

Romania

Made in Eastern Europe: Garment workers denied basic rights

Widespread mistreatment reported at Romanian and Bulgarian garment factories, including unpaid overtime and bullying.

Made in Eastern Europe: Garment workers denied basic rights

Romania

Romania government hanging by thread as coalition ally pulls out

Viorica Dancila's Social Democrats-led government loses majority after junior coalition partner ALDE withdraws backing.

Romania government hanging by thread as coalition ally pulls out

Romania

'People know and like their Muslim neighbours'

Romanian Muslims, some with Ottoman roots, largely spared Islamophobic rhetoric seen in neighbouring countries.

Romania, a beacon of coexistence for Muslims in Eastern Europe

Pope Francis

Pope apologises to Roma for Catholic Church's discrimination

The pontiff wraps up visit to Romania by asking the ethnic minority for forgiveness for discrimination across Europe.

Pope apologises to Roma for Catholic Church's discrimination