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August 07, 2022
How Viktor Orban Is Using Sports To Expand Hungary's Influence Abroad
The government of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban is spending millions of euros to finance sports clubs of the ethnic Hungarian diaspora in Romania as a soft-power play, according to extensive reporting by RFE/RL's Romanian Service.
July 29, 2022
Romania's Iohannis Blasts Orban's Remarks On Race, Demands Statement From Ethnic Hungarian Party
Romanian President Klaus Iohannis has criticized Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban's recent remarks on race during a visit to Romania and called on the EU member's ethnic Hungarian party, the UDMR, to clarify its position on statements.
July 17, 2022
Germany's Scholz Says EU Can No Longer Afford National Vetoes
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz says the European Union can no longer afford to allow individual member states to have veto power over the bloc's actions if it wants to maintain a leading role in the determination of global policy.
June 26, 2022
First Russia, Then Hungary, Now Romania Is Considering A 'Gay Propaganda' Law
Romania is considering a bill that would ban minors from being exposed to so-called "gay propaganda" in schools and in public life, despite warnings from rights groups that it would "fuel Russian disinformation campaigns" and reinstate censorship.
June 17, 2022
Romanian Port Overwhelmed As Grain Ships Reroute Around War Zone
A canal dock on Romania's Black Sea coast is struggling under a massive backlog of ships carrying vital food supplies out of Europe. The vessels cannot access Ukrainian ports due to Russia's war-ready naval presence in the Black Sea.
May 15, 2022
A Romanian Actor's #MeToo Moment Is Met With A Shrug
Viorica Voda says she has been haunted for years by sexual harassment and other demons after her onscreen role as a teenage vixen. When she recently shocked one of Romania's biggest award nights with her allegations, most of her colleagues didn't seem to care.
May 06, 2022
First Lady Jill Biden Arrives In Romania, Meets With U.S. Troops
U.S. first lady Jill Biden has arrived in Romania to begin a five-day trip that will also take her to fellow NATO member Slovakia as part of Washington’s efforts to show support for allies in the region amid Russia’s war against Ukraine.
Ukrainian Forces Use Modified Soviet-Era Rocket Systems In Kharkiv Region2
German-Built Howitzers Pound Russian Targets In Ukraine3
Explosions Hit Military Airport In Ukraine's Russia-Annexed Crimea, Killing One Person4
Ukrainian Tanks, Artillery Defy Russian Forces Near Bakhmut5
Ukraine Says Positions In East Shelled To Prevent Troop Transfers, Plot To Kill Top Officials Foiled6
Ukraine Unleashes A 'Hurricane' Of Rockets Against Russian Forces7
Ukrainian Farmer Says Russian Occupiers Barbecued 100 Cows And Stole His Equipment8
UN Chief Calls For International Access To Ukrainian Nuclear Plant After New Attack9
How Viktor Orban Is Using Sports To Expand Hungary's Influence Abroad10
Bulgaria's 'Graffiti Capital'