PM insists government will not collapse amid fiercest demonstrations since end of communist rule in 1989, after attempts were made to ease up on corruption rules
'Romania in this moment seems broken in two,' says Prime Minister
British troops are deployed in Estonia and Poland
Thousands joined days of huge demonstrations across the country against law
Sevil Shhaideh briefly oversaw the department of regional development
At a time when the centre-left all over the EU is on the ropes the possible election of Liviu Dragnea as Romanian prime minister may cheer up European social democracy
A pro-Russian stance could slam the brakes on seven years of closer integration with the European Union
The move is part of a Nato initiative to station 4,000 troops in eastern Europe - the largest military build-up on Russia's borders since the Cold War.
Criminal network compromises email accounts all over the world, scamming millions of pounds
'Maybe it’s to do with the referendum, with all the East Europeans'
Russia insisted it was not making the first step, but only responding to moves by Washington
The official training exercise was part of a plan to bolster NATO's presence in Eastern Europe
The sludge is a by-product of salt-mining techniques once employed in the town, which is said to have rejuvenating qualities
Mr St Vincent’s decomposing body was found by his landlady in his Bucharest apartment on 12 January
In one of the lesser known loopholes of the country's law, judges can allow up to 30 days to be knocked off a sentence per paper or book published
The abused dog initially screams with distress as it struggles to understand what is happening