Andi Bauer, 26, and Lara Booth, 23, were on a five-day expedition through the Carpathian mountains when a brown bear reportedly mauled the male hiker on the leg.
The group Monitoring and Combating Antisemitism in Romania called the graffiti an act against the "memory of Elie Wiesel, the memory of the Holocaust victims and the souls of the Holocaust survivors."
What Romanian Defense Minister Mihai Fifor called "a misunderstanding," Russian diplomat Pavel Alekseenko called "a spontaneous truth."
A Navy spokesman told Newsweek the U.S. had successfully held the fort down, but its Romanian allies may be struggling against the livestock invasion.
Half of teenagers say they worry about unwittingly sharing online propaganda.
An outbreak of measles is spreading across Italy and other parts of Europe.
The Russian leader complained of encirclement by Western powers and said Moscow can and will strike back in the case of any foreign attack.
"He's a bad, bad man," Kanter said of Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. "He's a dictator. He's the Hitler of our century."
Romania's prosecutor Laura Codruta Kovesi warned against attacks on the judiciary.
President Klaus Iohannis has the power to dismiss the government, but has ruled out early elections at this stage.
Massive demonstrations had met a decree that decriminalized certain corruption offenses.
The government intends to decriminalize certain abuse of power actions as well as pardon some convicts.
Rejected candidate Sevil Shhaideh seen as close to her party leader, who is barred from the office.
The slogan has been adopted by Latvia for a government scheme aimed at coaxing workers home.
The alliance has already agreed on a reinforcement in the Baltic region.
Another exercise in Russian force projection might strengthen the argument for upholding the Western unity on sanctions against Russia for invading Ukraine, so it makes sense to pause.