12 Injured in Collision between Passenger and Freight Trains in Romania
Twelve people were injured after a collision between a passenger train traveling on the Arad-Bucharest route and a freight train carrying cars. In the impact, which occurred at 03.55 a.m.
Moldova Mulls Returning Properties to Romanian-Linked Church
Moldova will hand over the building of the former Theological Seminary in Chisinau to the Metropolis of Bessarabia, which is linked to the Romanian Orthodox Church, if a draft law registered by several deputies of the ruling Action and Solidarity Party, PAS, is adopted.
Romania's stance on Kosovo-Metohija unchanged - MFA
BUCHAREST - The Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs has noted that Romania did not recognise the unilaterally declared independence of Kosovo-Metohija, stressing that the country's stance on the issue remained unchanged.
PKS: Strengthening of business ties with Romania to focus on Danube
BUCHAREST - Serbia and Romania have excellent bilateral relations, as well as great opportunities for strengthening business ties and economic cooperation, especially in the energy, logistics, trade and tourism sectors, Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Serbia (PKS) representative Mihailo Vesovic and Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Romania President Mihai Daraban noted at a meeting in Buc
Only Connect: How Community Networks Put Romania Online
While many of the early community networks like Tănase's were absorbed into larger, private internet providers, they still play a significant role in the country, connecting smaller villages and increasingly, even in cities.
Drama wins French horror accolade
Spanish director Eduardo Casanova on Jan. 29 saw his "La Pieta" drama about a toxic mother-son relationship take top prize at France's Gerardmer international horror and science fiction film festival.
The film, set in 2011, depicts the bond between the mother, Libertad, and her son Mateo as an analogy for the relationship between the people of North Korea and its government.
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Finland Seeks to Pause NATO Talks as Turkey Blocks Sweden
Finland's Foreign Minister Pekka Haavisto in Bucharest, Romania, November 2022. Photo: EPA-EFE/Robert Ghement
"A time-out is needed before we return to the three-way talks and see where we are when the dust has settled after the current situation, so no conclusions should be drawn yet," Haavisto told Reuters.
Arrests, Data Breaches, Ransomware, and False Bomb Threats Rock Online Environments
Romania cracks down on online violations
Romania has taken a strong stance against online violations with a series of arrests and convictions in recent months. Law enforcement agencies have been cracking down on individuals and organizations engaging in illegal activities, resulting in arrests and convictions.
Romanian judge grants 30-day extension of Tate detention
A judge in Romania has granted a request to extend by another 30 days the arrest of Andrew Tate, the social media personality who was detained in the country on charges of being part of an organized crime group, human trafficking and rape, an official said on Jan. 20.
Bulgaria: Due to the Strong Wind in Sofia - Flights will be Diverted to Plovdiv Airport (UPDATED)
The strong wind in Sofia caused delays in flights at Sofia Airport and rerouting of planes, the airport's press center reports.