Romanian poet, dissident Nina Cassian dies
She was 89. The Securitate found her poems in 1985 in the diary of Gheorghe Ursu, who was questioned and later died after being beaten by a fellow prisoner.
Premier: We can do more for R. of Moldova, despite not being rich
Prime Minister Victor Ponta on Friday declared that Romania can be more supportive for the Republic of Moldova, although it does not have much money available.
The man who went looking for freedom
Fighting the system used to be dangerous anywhere in Eastern Europe. For one protester from a small Romanian village it was disastrous - and also for his family, whose every word was recorded by the secret police.
Over 6,000 PDL supporters at launch of candidates for EP
The Liberal Democrats launched their candidates for the May 25 European Parliamentary elections in a public gathering held at Sala Palatului in Bucharest and attended by over 6,000 supporters.
Parties file to BEC candidatures for European elections
PC targets 35 per cent. 'We have a list of candidates more powerful than ever and any result exceeding this score is welcome,' the PSD leader said.