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Former Romanian diplomat Silviu Ionescu, who was convicted for causing two hit-and-run accidents in Singapore in 2009, appeared in a Bucharest court again on Thursday.
"Nobody exactly knows to this day what really happened," Romanian film director Nae Caranfil says of the Ionid Gang, a group of Jewish intellectuals and high ranking Communist Party members who executed the most famous bank robbery behind the Iron Curtain.
Tuesday, Dec. 10, will be a celebration of local food, all around the world. On this day, the international Slow Food network will celebrate fair, local food for the fifth year in a row.
Andrea and Gabriel left Bucharest for London to earn money to pay for their wedding.
Daniela Alvarez grew up in a little town near Zalau in northwestern Romania. Her grandmother used to make stuffed cabbage every Sunday.
While this may look like an alien-base from an upcoming science fiction thriller, it's actually located right beneath our feet, the old Salina Turda Salt mines in Transylvania, Romania to be exact.
Britain should be grateful that Romanians and Bulgarians take jobs shunned by local workers, according to a senior minister in Bucharest.
World shares fall for a second day and gold slumps to a near five-month low, after a batch of upbeat U.S. economic data confirms the Federal Reserve's tilt towards reducing its stimulus.
Has President Barack Obama made good on a March 2010 promise to sign up for health insurance coverage under Obamacare? His chief spokesman declined to say.
European regulators and producers alike are confident that the change in the balance of direct payments, redrawn in the Common Agriculture Policy, will improve 'greening' practices and ultimately boost demand and productions for more natural foods.
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