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5 Sep
Three people died and over 50 were seriously injured last weekend when an illegal gas station exploded near Bucharest. This isn't the first time people have died because of corruption or incompetence in Romania.
13 Jul 2023
Romania is reeling after recent revelations of appalling abuse and squalid conditions at "horror care homes" for the elderly and disabled. The authorities have now launched investigations.
20 Jun 2023
Romanian officials have forwarded charges against divisive online influencer Andrew Tate for trial. He is accused of human trafficking, rape and forming a criminal gang.
9 Apr 2023
The German Chancellor met Romania's leaders to discuss defense cooperation in the Black Sea region. He is also set to meet Moldova's President Maia Sandu as her pro-European government faces pressure from Russia.

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