The country's Prime Minister intends to visit the site later today
The Blues must overturn 1-0 defeat to progress in Europa League
Managers exchange swipes and refuse to shake hands after Cup tie ends 2-2 with City awaiting winners
Outstanding debts have led to decision, although Spanish club are clear to continue in this season's Champions League
In August Lady Gaga shocked Romanian fans when she took a break from performing to vomit. Last night it was Justin Bieber who suffered fever and chundered in dramatic style while performing in in Glendale, Arizona.
Mihaela Ursuleasa was an internationally renowned concert pianist, who wowed audiences around the globe with her prodigious technique and often idiosyncratic interpretations.
Howard Webb, England's leading referee and the man in charge of the game in which Fabrice Muamba collapsed, has cautioned players against "crying wolf" by feigning injury as it could increase the chance of on-field tragedy.
It has been an emotional ride so far and nothing about tonight's Europa League final suggests it will be anything but dramatic, as free-scoring Athletic Bilbao face the only team to have scored more than them in the tournament, Atletico Madrid.
Manchester United 1 Ajax 2 (United win 3-2 on aggregate)
Manchester City 4 Porto 0 (City win 6-1 on aggregate)
Manchester United's Patrice Evra has been advised that he will need secondary evidence of the racist abuse he says he received from Luis Suarez at Anfield last Saturday, with the Football Association likely to start their investigation by speaking to him within 24 hours.
The mystery of where former Romanian dictator Nicolae Ceausescu and his wife Elena were buried has moved a step closer to being solved after forensic scientists dug up their official graves yesterday in a hunt for DNA.
Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez has warned the club's Europa League campaign may be something of a war of attrition.
On the anniversary of Ceausescu's death, Daniel McLaughlin examines the questions that continue to trouble the country the dictator tyrannised
Under Ceausescu's paranoid rule, Romania's Securitate built up a vast archive of intelligence about its citizens. On the anniversary of his fall, Oana Lungescu, who refused to become an informer, finds her records