Moldova's parliament has overridden a veto by President Igor Dodon, passing legislation that will transfer the site of a former stadium in Chisinau to the United States for its new embassy.
Moldovan President Igor Dodon says he will host his Turkish counterpart in Chisinau in October, weeks after Moldova expelled seven citizens of Turkey, in a move criticized by human rights organizations.
The Moldovan Constitutional Court has suspended the powers of the country’s Russia-friendly president amid a standoff over ministerial appointments with his opponents in Chisinau's pro-Western government.
The harmful use of alcohol killed more than 3 million people in 2016, representing one in 20 deaths worldwide, a new study by the World Health Organization (WHO) says.
Moldovan President Igor Dodon sustained minor injuries in a September 9 traffic accident, according to Moldovan officials. (Presidency of the Republic of Moldova; Pro TV via AP)
Police in Moldova say that a car carrying President Igor Dodon was involved in a road accident and that those in the vehicles have received medical treatment.
Moldovan and international human rights organizations have criticized a decision by the country’s authorities to detain and expel seven Turkish citizens.
A helicopter owned by a Moldovan company has crashed in northern Afghanistan, killing at least 12 people, including two Ukrainian crew members and 10 Afghan soldiers, officials say.
Romania’s ambassador to the United States is in trouble with his superiors after he criticized a letter from U.S. President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer about Romania’s leaders.
Moldovans marked Independence Day on August 27 but antigovernment protesters said there was no reason to celebrate.
Moldova's leaders gathered in downtown Chisinau for a ceremony marking Independence Day as hundreds of protesters shouted antigovernment slogans nearby.
Thousands of people rallied on August 26 in Moldova's capital to protest against the government.