Romania opens first state-run Holocaust MuseumRomania, which denied its role in the Holocaust for years, is to open the first state-run museum dedicated to the Jewish community.
US missile defense shield goes live in EuropeUS activates first missile defense shield in Romania; Russia is livid.
Uncovered Clinton security breach - ended up in prisonMarcel Lazar, a former Romanian taxi driver, will spend 52 months in prison, after uncovering Clinton's use of her private server.
Theft of equipment leaves Romania's Jewish theater in jeopardyRomania's main Jewish theater may not be able to open its 2017 season due to theft of key pieces of equipment.
Hundreds pay tribute in Elie Wiesel's native RomaniaNobel laureate was instrumental in getting Romania to face up to its dark past.
In Romania, poignant memories of Holocaust survivor WieselPerhaps nowhere is Elie Wiesel's passing felt more poignantly than in his country of birth.
Romanian law facilitates restitution of Holocaust survivorsRomania’s Parliament passes legislation prioritizing the processing of claims belonging to Holocaust survivors.
Romanian Jews now allowed to miss exams for Shabbat, holidaysEJA campaign to extend full religious freedom to Orthodox Jewish college students succeeds in Romania.
Car crash in Romania kills two Israeli studentsMedical students die in crash with details still unclear - one lost his nephews in fire and brother in pool drowning just months ago.
Bucharest mayoral candidate worries anti-Semitism watchdogRomanian watchdog concerned over mayoral candidate who said local Jews lied about the number of their brethren killed in the Holocaust.
Romania arrests Israeli 'spies', suggests ties to MossadTwo Israelis arrested in Romania, two more under investigation for spying charges. Top Mossad agents tied to company at heart of case.
Rivlin thanks Romania for steps to educate about the HolocaustPresident Reuven Rivlin hosts state dinner in honor of visiting Romanian President Klaus Iohannis.
Israeli Tour Guide Falls to Death in RomaniaWhile trying to help tourist on the Fagaras Mountains in Romania, Noam Avnon, 45, lost balance and fell to his death.
Romania Outlaws Holocaust DenialJoining France and Germany, Romania criminalizes Holocaust denial; perpetrators will face up to three years in prison.
Torah Scroll - From Holocaust in Romania to IDF Base in SamariaJoyous ceremony held as Torah scroll that survived the Holocaust paraded to its new home in a Beit El IDF base.
Holocaust Museum Opened in Elie Wiesel's Childhood HomeHolocaust museum and learning center in Sighet, Romania memorializes the fall of Romanian and Transylvanian pre-war Jewry.
Historic Jewish Theater Devastated by Romanian SnowstormThe State Jewish Theatre of Bucharest, Yiddish cultural site in Europe, is damaged extensively by snowstorm.
Peres: 'Make Peace Or Else'Shimon Peres urges Israel to take Kerry's framework deal in meeting with Romanian President, warns of 'tragic consequences' of failure.
Romanian Television Station Airs Anti-Semitic Christmas CarolState-operated station broadcasts carol with anti-Semitic slurs on station to rural communities; officials shirk responsibility.
Romania-Israel Talks Scuttled over Judea, SamariaBucharest insisted construction workers from Romania not work beyond 'Green Line'. Israel refused.
Romania's Basescu Mulls Ways To Deny Premiership To Hated RivalA victorious Victor Ponta must still overcome an antagonistic Romanian President
Member of European Parliament Denies Holocaust on Romanian TVRomanian member of the European Parliament denies the Holocaust on national television.
Romanian Minister Calls Holocaust Remarks 'Completely Wrong'Romanian minister Dan Sova said Friday that his remarks denying the Holocaust were "completely wrong.”
ADL: Romanian Minister Must Apologize for Holocaust DenialThe ADL has urged the Romanian government to make a more substantial impact in fighting anti-Semitism.
Romanian Jews Slam Anti-Semite's Appointment to PostRomanian Jews expressed anger over the appointment of a Senator who made anti-Jewish statements to a top government post
Impeachment Referendum Falls Short In Romania; Basescu SurvivesThe attempt by Romanian Premier Victor Ponta to impeach President Trajan Basescu failed to get the required voter turnout.
Romanian Government Criticized for Toying With ConstitutionRumania, with looming financial crisis, is drawing criticism for tinkering with the constitution to impeach President Basescu
Romanian Public Funds Financing Fascist Children's BookRomanian public funds have been financing a children’s poetry book that features Romania’s World War II fascist leader on its cover.
Hungary, Romania Head Toward 'E. Europe Winter'Could last year's Arab Spring have led to an Eastern European Winter? The warning signs may be there, the EU and the US fear.
The Romanian Arafat's Resignation Triggers Violent ProtestsA new health care law, since withdrawn, has triggered unrest in Romania.
200-Year-Old Torah Scroll Dedicated to IDF Romania Crash Victims200-year-old Torah scroll welcomed in Tel Nof Air Force Base, dedicated to victims of last year's helicopter crash in Romania.
EU Agrees as Spain Reimposes Restrictions on Romanian WorkersThe EU, citing Spain's unemployment crisis, has given Spain the right to restrict entry of Romanian workers.
Memorial Plaque to Iasi Jews Finds Permanent HomeExactly 70 years after the massacre of the Jews of Iasi, the plaque created in their memory is affixed in the Ghetto Fighters’ House Museum.
Can Russia Swallow an ABM System in Rumania?Russia objected to a US ABM system in Poland and the Czech Republic and the US backed down. Now a system is slated for Romania.
Romania: Jewry Down, Israeli Companies UpRomanian Jewry, which numbered over ¾ of a million in 1930, has now dwindled to 3,000. Some say it will soon disappear altogether.
Rabbis Release IAF Romania Crash Widows of VowsA special Beit Din gave final approval to the identification of the airmen killed in the Romania helicopter crash, so their widows can remarry.
Peres Eulogizes Fallen Pilots: 'Extraordinary Human Beings'Peres visits Romania and eulogizes soldiers killed in training crash.
Soldiers Safe after Helicopter Scare in RomaniaTwo IDF helicopters land safely in Romania after running into technical trouble a week after six soldiers died in a joint training exercise.
"He Served G-d with Love and Joy" say IDF Crash Victim's FriendsIDF Lieutenant-Colonel Avner Goldman, killed Monday in the Romanian helicopter tragedy, had devoted himself to Torah study and teaching.
Former MK: Chopper was Rehearsing 'Important' Distant MissionIsrael Air Force Col. (res.) Eliezer 'Cheetah' Cohen hints: IAF and entire IDF are 'preparing very well for what is about to come.'