Initially rejected last November, the loan comes after pivotal IMF deal, and coincides with Romanian Prime Minister Dacian Ciolos’ first visit to Chisinau.
In addition to posting its worst Olympic results in the past half-century, the Romanian Olympic team has to put up with allegedly low-quality, athletic gear.
British broadcast on arms trafficking in Romania scrutinized for alleged unethical journalistic conduct.
Four people were charged for arresting and abusing Gheorghe Ursu, a writer and dissident who died in police custody in 1985.
Although Victor Ponta formally gave up his title in 2014, he still claims that plagiarism charges are politically motivated.
The controversial law requires supermarkets to locally source at least 51 percent of many products.
First time that Romania’s involvement in American torture programs has been brought before a court of law.
Investigation into hundreds of civilian deaths during uprising was declared classified last year before any trials began.
Company owner died in high-speed car crash days before prosecutors were to charge him in connection with disinfectant scandal.
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