Sever Voinescu | 10 October 2017

Starting from Bucharest newsstands, the closing down of distribution channels of newspapers and magazines represents one of the main threats agains press freedom in Romania. A comment

Romania and Moldova: children left behind

A photo-report by Gianmarco Carlone on the so-called "white orphans" – children of migrant parents who are raised by relatives or forced to live in orphanages

Danube, in search of the lost sturgeon

For centuries the sturgeon has been the most prized fish of the Danube. Today, dams, overfishing, and river transport have made it a ghost. In Bulgaria and Romania, a WWF project seeks to start over by collecting new data and raising awareness in the local population.

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