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Iran-themed exhibition underway in Romania
An art exhibition titled ‘Iran Cultural Days’ is being held in the Romanian capital, Bucharest, until May 15.
Iran’s ‘Cylinder’ wins two awards at Romanian festival
The Iranian short film ‘Cylinder’ received two awards at the 14th edition of the Short To The Point (STTP) – International Short Film Festival in Romania.
Iran’s gas engineering firm commits to engineering projects in Romania
An Iranian petroleum engineering company committed to provide technical and maintenance services to Romania’s Gaz Vest as the East European country aims to take advantage of the expertise and technology that exist in Iran’s massive natural gas sector.
ECO Cultural Institute hosts Romania’s National Culture Day
Romania’s National Culture Day ceremony was held in ECO Cultural Institute (ECOCI) on Monday in Tehran, attended by a number of foreign ambassadors and representatives of international organizations.
Race to save Romania's 65 million-year-old fish
On a tiny stretch of the fast-flowing Valsan river in Romania lives one of the rarest fish in Europe, and quite possibly the world.
Stolen books worth £2.5m found under floor of Romanian house
About 200 "irreplaceable" books worth more than £2.5 million ($3.2 million), which were stolen from a warehouse in London, have been found buried under the floor of a house in rural Romania, police said.
Iran’s ‘Violet Field’ to contend in Romania
Iranian short flick ‘Violet Field’ is slated to compete at the fifth edition of the Bucharest Film Awards (BFA) in Romania on September 19.
Prosecutors: Iranian fugitive judge committed suicide in Romania
A fugitive Iranian judge whose corpse was found in Bucharest in June had committed suicide by jumping from a hotel's 5th floor, Romanian prosecutors said.
Body of accused judge delivered to Iran
The body of a former Iranian judge Gholamreza Mansouri who was found dead in a hotel in Romania’s capital last month was delivered to Iran on Tuesday.
Iran calls for urgent clarification on fugitive judge’s cause of death
In an official note delivered to Romanian envoy
The Iranian Foreign Ministry handed over a letter to the Romanian ambassador in Tehran on Sunday calling on Bucharest to announce the cause of death of the Iranian fugitive judge Gholamreza Mansouri as soon as possible.
Iran asks Romania to allow fact-finding team to probe fugitive judge’s death
Iran’s international police have requested to send a fact-finding mission to Romania to investigate the death of the fugitive judge in Bucharest.
Iranian judge wanted in bribery case arrested in Romania
Iran’s Judiciary said a judge, who is accused of receiving €500,000 in bribes, has been arrested in Romania.
Romania's forests under mounting threat
Like thick wrinkles, a multitude of dirt roads cut through barren slopes in Romania's mountainous Valea Rea region, showing the impact of aggressive illegal logging — which is not just threatening its rare forests but human life too.
Romania holding presidential vote, liberal incumbent favored
Romania voted in the first round of a presidential election on Sunday, with pro-European incumbent Klaus Iohannis the favorite to win, potentially adding to a liberal fightback against the region's prevailing nationalism.

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