Pro-Russia Candidate Appears Likely to Win Bulgarian Presidency
Rumen Radev, a former air force commander with no previous political experience, seemed headed for a decisive victory in a runoff election.
Pro-Russian Candidate Leads Moldova Presidential Vote but Faces Runoff
The candidate, Igor Dodon, finished far ahead of pro-Western challengers, but failed to win the outright majority needed to avoid a runoff election next month.
Moldova Is Rattled as Washington Welcomes a Feared Tycoon
Vlad Plahotniuc is so toxic even his political friends usually try to keep their distance in public, but a State Department official met with him.
Video Shows Brazen Theft of Paintings From Verona Museum
Investigators said arrests were made in Moldova and Italy in the break-in last November.
Opposition Groups in Moldova Unite to Protest New Government
More than 15,000 people demonstrated on Sunday after a new prime minister, Pavel Filip, was named to lead the country’s third government in a year.
Moldovans Rally for Early Election
Thousands of people gathered in the Moldovan capital, Chisinau, on Sunday to rally against the newly appointed government and call for an early election.
Moldova: Protest at Parliament
Protesters broke through police lines to storm Parliament after lawmakers approved a new prime minister in an effort to end months of political deadlock.
Moldova: 13 Accused of Plotting Attacks
The Moldovan police said Thursday that they had detained 13 people suspected of being members of a paramilitary group accused of planning to attack cities.
Moldova Parliament Dismisses Government Amid Bank Scandal
Sixty-five of the chamber’s 101 lawmakers voted to dismiss the government of Prime Minister Valeriu Strelet, who has held the post since July, and his cabinet.
Time-Worn Village in Moldova Springs Back to Life, Thanks to Port
In 1999, in exchange for ceding a stretch of contested road to Ukraine, landlocked Moldova received a strip of land along the Danube River.
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