Fugitive Iranian Judge Dies After Fall From Hotel in Romania
The judge, on trial for bribery in Iran and known as a notorious jailer of journalists, plunged six stories in what is being called an apparent suicide.
Farm Workers Airlifted Into Germany Provide Solutions and Pose New Risks
Stymied by borders closed by coronavirus restrictions, German farmers decided to fly thousands of seasonal workers into their fields.
Migrant Farmworkers Whose Harvests Feed Europe Are Blocked at Borders
Legions of seasonal workers from Eastern Europe who harvest crops from Spain to Sweden can’t get in, forcing a rapid rethink of how to secure food at Europe’s farms.
Sheep That Survived Cargo Ship Disaster Cheat Death Again
Weeks after more than 14,000 sheep died in the Black Sea near Romania, 180 lucky ones have been rescued by animal welfare groups, which pledged to protect them from slaughter.
The Lesson of an Albanian Earthquake: The Balkans Aren’t Ready for the Big One
Successive governments have failed to address the risks posed by aging buildings and shoddy construction, leaving millions vulnerable.
14,600 Sheep Trapped on a Capsized Ship. ‘We Have Saved 254.’
On Friday, officials ended a search-and-rescue operation off the coast of Romania. Crews are preparing to remove thousands of carcasses from the vessel.
Cargo Ship With Almost 15,000 Sheep Overturns Near Romania
A rescue operation was underway to save the animals in the Black Sea.
Voters in Romania Reject Years of Scandals and Chaos
President Klaus Iohannis claimed victory as his challenger, Viorica Dancila, conceded.
Giuliani Is Drawing Attention to Hunter Biden’s Work in Romania. But There’s a Problem.
Hunter Biden worked to help a Romanian executive facing corruption charges. But so did the former New York mayor — and a former F.B.I. director.
Romania’s Government Is Toppled in No-Confidence Vote
The governing party has faced claims of corruption and protests against what many see as its attacks on the rule of law.
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