NATO deploys surveillance planes to Romania, to monitor Russian activity

As Russia's war in Ukraine continues, NATO has stepped up efforts to monitor Russian actions.


Romanian prosecutors take away luxury cars seized in Andrew Tate case

After Tate failed his legal appeal on charged of human trafficking, authorities have begun to seize Tate's cars and properties


Bucharest Part 1 - Synagogues, Art & MasterChef Cuisine

The Jerusalem Post Podcast - Travel Edition, Episode 50

Romanian city council votes down plan to remove bust of pro-Nazi government official

A bust honoring the finance minister of Romania's pro-Nazi government in World War II remains prominently displayed in a park in the country's capital.

By Marcel Gascón Barberá/JTA

Ancient coin reveals unknown Roman Emperor from cut off frontier land

Archaeological studies suggest that the Romanian region was cut off from the rest of the empire around AD 260, only being evacuated between AD 271 and 275.

Michael Shafir, who played a key role in Holocaust memory in his native Romania, dies at 78

Michael Shafir was known in his work and in his personal life for his straightforward and often humorous presentation of difficult times.

By Marcel Gascón Barberá/JTA

Romanian Government issues landmark law to protect shechita

There are a few European countries that ban Kosher slaughter such as Denmark, Finland, Sweden, Slovenia and parts of Belgium.

The historic Orăștie synagogue in Romania.

Romania's ornate, crumbling synagogues get new access via virtual tours

The website includes interviews with current Jewish leaders of each community, as well as the English and Romanian transcriptions of oral testimonies collected throughout the decades.

By Marcel Gascón Barberá/JTA

Meet the rabbi behind a new transliterated Chumash for Romanians

Rabbi Sorin Rosen has been working for seven years trying to finish his transliterated version of the Chumash into Romanian for the Jewish community in Romania.


Nazi warship, sunken during WWII, exposed amid drought on Danube

The vessels were among hundreds scuttled along the Danube by Nazi Germany's Black Sea fleet in 1944 as they retreated from advancing Soviet forces.

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