Liviu Dragnea of the Social Democrats was sentenced to three and a half years in prison for inciting others to abuse of office.
One amendment may allow Social Democrat boss Liviu Dragnea to appeal a conviction for vote-rigging.
Described by the Austrian Emperor Franz Joseph I as "Europe's most beautiful spa resort", Herculane was a favourite spot of the Romans, who were fans of the 'miraculous' benefits of its thermal mineral waters.
Elena Udrea was sentenced to six years in prison for corruption.
The Constitutional Court ruled Wednesday that President Klaus Iohannis must approve the government's dismissal of DNA chief prosecutor Laura Kövesi.
Romania’s government will maintain its policy of cutting taxes and raising the minimum wage and state pensions until 2020 in a bid to improve living standards.
The court's decision to acquit Senate speaker Călin Popescu-Tăriceanu is preliminary and can be appealed.
The ambassadors of Romania, the Czech Republic, Hungary, and Austria were recalled after recognising the US' moving of its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem.
The three disqualified teams had fielded ineligible players.
Victor Ponta was acquitted of charges of forgery, money-laundering, and being an accessory to tax evasion.
President Klaus Iohannis said he would send the proposals on judicial reforms to the Constitutional Court and would seek the opinion of European experts on the reform package.
Prime Minister Viorica Dăncilă's visit to Israel is related to the possible transfer of Romania's embassy in Israel to Jerusalem.
The Romanian government will follow the United States and transfer its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem, the ruling Social Democrat Party (PSD) leader said Thursday .
Former Romanian president Traian Băsescu called upon the Moldovan and Romanian parliaments to allow Moldova to relinquish its independence and become part of Romania.
Halep will meet the winner of a match between American wildcard Caroline Dolehide and world number 30 Dominika Cibulkova, of Slovakia.
Despite his 24-year iron-fisted rule, Nicolae Ceaușescu is still a hero to many Romanians, especially as the country today lurches from crisis to crisis.
Sheeps' random meanderings near the Deveselu base in southern Romania has triggered an unusual power struggle between US commanders and a stubborn local sheep farmer.
Mihai Tudose is now the second Romanian prime minister to have been ousted over the last seven months.
Romania follows in the footsteps of fellow eastern European countries Hungary and Poland in increasing government control of the judiciary.
Perdana Menteri Romania Klaus Iohannis tidak memberi alasan mengapa Sevil Shhaideh ditolak sebagai calon perdana menteri, tetapi ia mungkin ada kaitan dengan suaminya yang berketurunan Syria.
Perlantikannya susulan kemenangan Parti Sosial Demokratik (PSD) di Romania.
Here are some facts about the former communist country of 20 million people in southeastern Europe, a member of NATO since 2004 and of the European Union since 2007.
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