Stephen McGrath is a Romania-based correspondent. His work appears regularly in the international press, for publications including BBC, The Times, The Guardian, The Telegraph, The Spectator, New Statesman, Forbes, and others. In 2019, he was shortlisted in the Human Trafficking Foundation's annual awards for the 'best investigative newspaper article dealing with human trafficking'. He has also written and produced radio packages for BBC World Service.
A new project at the Danube Delta aims to roll back decades of abuse to shed light on new methods of conservation
What he didn’t expect, back then as a curious small child, was that some 25 years later as a classic car enthusiast, he would one day own a car belonging to Ceausescu.
Ugly scenes of smashed and toppled headstones at a Jewish cemetery in Romania have shocked the country's dwindling Jewish community and prompted international condemnation.
The Saxons first arrived in Romania’s Transylvania region in the 12th Century, but over the past few decades the community has all but vanished from the region.
Overcrowding and poor conditions in Romania’s prisons will see thousands of inmates released early regardless of the crimes they have committed.