Romania
Bear invasion: Attacks and traffic accidents increase tensions in Romania

Bear population twice as high as sustainable.

Polish team wins army scouts competition in Hungary

A grueling day-long exercise testing soldiers' limits.

PM Orbán of Hungary congratulates PM Orban of Romania

PM Orbán hopes for a "constructive relationship".

EU leader nominates Hungary's commissioner candidate, rejects Romania's

Ursula von der Leyen names Hungarian commissioner candidate.

Hungarian purchasing power third within Visegrád Four

Economics site debunks fake news.

Romanian president appoints liberal to form government

Klaus Iohannis taps Ludovic Orban to form a new government.

Commentary: Exorcism in Romania

Magyar Nemzet guest columnist Samu Csinta unravels the Romanian crisis.

What's next in the Romanian government crisis?

The Romanian government has been ousted, and there's no immediate solution in sight.

Deportation of homeless

Polish and Romanian homeless people are to be deported from Germany on request of Hamburg’s authorities. The reason given is that they are unemployed or are not in education, despite Germany accepting migrants from Africa and the Middle East who live off social benefits.

It's too soon for such a verdict

According to experts, the criticism of Romania is inappropriate and will not help anything - on the contrary, there is a risk of deepening the ditch between Western and Eastern Europe.

RMDSZ to abstain at no-confidence vote in Romania

The Democratic Alliance of Hungarians in Romania (RMDSZ) will not take part in today's vote of no confidence against the Romanian government, the party's president announced.

Tőkés: Romanian revolution was also one of faith

The 1989 revolution sparked by protests in Temesvár (Timișoara), was also a revolution of faith, Protestant Bishop László Tőkés said at a commemoration.

100 years of Romania from a Hungarian perspective

On the 100th anniversary of the unification of Romania - when Hungary lost two-thirds of its territory - local media was replete with interpretations. Here, László Szentgyörgyi, an ethnic Hungarian journalist in Marosvásárhely (Târgu Mureș, Romania), gives us his opinion.