Romania

Global Scan

A Nobel Peace Prize for Edward Snowden?

A former Norwegian minister nominates Snowden for the Nobel Peace Prize. India's highest court maintains the country's ban on gay sex. And an Iranian teacher stands up for a stricken student who is bullied. All that and more, in today's Global Scan

Conflict & Justice

Connect R

The World's Gerry Hadden reports on a Romanian rapper named Connect R. He's a member of the Roma, or gypsy, minority group. And he's started his own Roma pride campaign.

Conflict & Justice

Roma integration in Bulgaria

Matthew Brunwasser visits two ethnic Roma neighborhoods in Bulgaria to find out how the Roma there view the issue of integration. France's extradition of Roma to Bulgaria and Romania has set off a debate about the Roma's place in European society.

Conflict & Justice

Sarkozy versus Gypsy

The Romanian rock band Vama has written a song that takes on some of the common misconceptions about the Roma or Gypsies and skewers French President Nicolas Sarkozy's expulsion of Gypsies from France earlier this year.Matthew Brunwasser reports.

Arts, Culture & Media

Geo answer: 10 Foods To Eat Before They Die

The answer to today's Geo Quiz is Transylvania, Romania. The region boasts some of the best jams - some of them include ingredients that are considered to be endangered foods. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with British food expert Simon Preston, who's organizing a special banquet called "10 Foods To Eat Before They Die." Preston says he wants to highlight some of the world's "vanishing delicacies."

Arts, Culture & Media

Geo answer

We're looking for a small medieval city in Romania for today's Geo Quiz. The answer is Sighisoara, Transylvania. The area and its history inspired stories of Dracula. Anchor Lisa Mullins finds out more from Anna Maria Ignat, a Romanian tour guide who's leading a Halloween tour of the city.

Global Scan

A Nobel Peace Prize for Edward Snowden?

A former Norwegian minister nominates Snowden for the Nobel Peace Prize. India's highest court maintains the country's ban on gay sex. And an Iranian teacher stands up for a stricken student who is bullied. All that and more, in today's Global Scan

Conflict & Justice

German author wins Nobel

Herta M�ller has been awarded the Nobel prize for literature. The Romanian born author is renowned for her books based on life under the harsh regime of the dictator Ceausescu. M�ller was born in 1953 in Romania. Jeb Sharp profiles the German author.