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  1. H.E. Mrs Faouz El Achchabi, Ambassador of The Kingdom of Morocco in...Read the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Nine O'Clock

    Morocco and Romania have celebrated on February 20, 2017, the fifty-fifth anniversary of the establishment of their diplomatic relationship. This event is an opportunity to underline the excellence of this special relationship, which is based on a long tradition of a fruitful cooperation.

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  2. Codreanu's Alternative FactsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Slate Magazine

    With the formation of the Legion of the Archangel Michael in 1927, the Legionary movement in Romania began to take shape around the personality of its leader Corneliu Zelea Codreanu . In the autumn of 1919, Codreanu entered the Jassy Law School as a student.

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  3. The unique sounds of the Guarnieri violin will be heard on February...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 21 | Nine O'Clock

    "Paul Constantinescu" Philharmonic of Ploiesti has prepared this week an exceptional concert for the music lovers. For those who love classical music, the surprise will be that they will be able to hear the unique sounds of the Guarnieri, which belonged to George Enescu, in the interpretation of the soloist Gabriel Croitoru.

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  4. Cluj-Napoca Airport Director indicted for passive briberyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 20 | Nine O'Clock

    David Ioan Ciceo, CEO of Cluj-Napoca's 'Avram Iancu' International Airport, was indicted by anticorruption prosecutors for passive bribery, without being remanded under pre-trial arrest. According to a communique issued by the National Anticorruption Directorate on Monday, businessman Ioan Bene, company CEO, was indicted for active bribery.

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  5. The effects of repealing GEO No.13. The courts acquit people accused...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 15 | Nine O'Clock

    Four persons from the former leadership of SC Electrica Nord Transilvania, judged for abuse of office against public interests and for complicity to abuse of office have been definitively acquitted by the Cluj Court of Appeal, on the ground that these deeds are not provided anymore by the criminal law. According to the courts' website, the former General Manager of SC Electrica Nord Transilvania, Gabriel Ruga was accused of abuse of office together with other two persons from the former leadership of the company, and a fourth person was accused f complicity to abuse of office, and they have been acquitted following a final decision issued on Monday by the Cluj Court of Appeal.

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  6. Telekom presents Andrea Bocelli World Tour 2017 in RomaniaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 14 | Nine O'Clock

    Andreea Bocelli in two extraordinary concerts that he will perform in Bucharest, Piata Constitutiei -22nd of June, respectively in Cluj-Napoca, on Cluj Arena -25th of June. Andrea Bocelli was the image of the international Telekom campaign which ran in 12 countries last summer, speaking with sensitivity about people and the permanent connection to the most important things in life, that Telekom network offers.

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  7. Iasi Mayor continues to make opposition inside PSD. Growing calls for ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 14 | Nine O'Clock

    PSD Iasi Vice President Ovidiu Laicu is asking Mihai Chirica to tender his resignation and the party's National Standing Bureau to suspend Chirica from the office of PSD Vice President, claiming that the Iasi Mayor "was and is a godsend for the party's opponents." Moreover, the President of PSD Arad considers, in his turn too, that "a drastic censure measure should be taken" against Mihai Chirica.

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  8. Thousands of Romanian protesters return to streetsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 13 | The China Post

    Tens of thousands of Romanians braved the cold and returned to the streets in protest on Sunday, calling on the government to resign as they accused it of attempting to water down anti-corruption laws. "Thieves! Resign!" chanted protesters in front of the seat of government in Bucharest, as they used the torches from their mobile phones to form a giant Romanian flag.

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  9. Thousands of Romanians continue protesting against gov'tRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 13 | Turkish Daily News

    Tens of thousands of Romanians braved the cold and returned to the streets in protest on Sunday, calling on the government to resign as they accused it of attempting to water down anti-corruption laws. "Thieves! Resign!" chanted protesters in front of the seat of government in Bucharest, as they used the torches from their mobile phones to form a giant Romanian flag.

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  10. 80,000 Romanian protesters return to streets in anti-corruption ralliesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 12 | PanArmenian Network

    PanARMENIAN.Net - Tens of thousands of Romanians braved the cold and returned to the streets in protest on Sunday, February 12, calling on the government to resign as they accused it of attempting to water down anti- corruption laws, AFP reports. "Thieves! Resign!" chanted protesters in front of the seat of government in Bucharest, as they used the torches from their mobile phones to form a giant Romanian flag.

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  11. Thousands continue protests against government in RomaniaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 12 | EurActiv.com

    Tens of thousands of Romanians braved the cold and returned to the streets in protest on Sunday , calling on the government to resign as they accused it of attempting to water down anti-corruption laws. "Thieves! Resign!" chanted protesters in front of the seat of government in Bucharest, as they used the torches from their mobile phones to form a giant Romanian flag.

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  12. Tens of thousands defy cold to protest for 13th dayRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 12 | Al Jazeera

    At least 60,000 gather in Bucharest to call for the government's resignation for trying to curb anti-corruption fight. Tens of thousands of Romanians have braved freezing temperatures to protest for a 13th consecutive day, demanding the resignation of the government for trying to curb the fight against corruption.

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  13. Thousands of Romanians march against govtRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 12 | The Daily Star

    Thousands of protesters braved the cold to march in Romania's main cities on Saturday, angered by government attempts to water down anti-corruption laws. In the capital Bucharest, where a major rally is planned for Sunday, around 3,000 people gathered at the seat of government despite sub-zero temperatures.

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  14. Orsay inaugurates the 36th store in Romania in Veranda MallRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 12 | Nine O'Clock

    The German retailer Orsay has opened a new store in Bucharest on Friday, February 10, in Veranda Mall, thus reaching a network formed by eight stores in Bucharest and 36 stores in the whole country, in cities like Cluj, Timisoara, Baia Mare, Oradea, Arad, Iasi, Buzau, Constanta, Brasov, Targu Mures and Sibiu. The store is placed at the ground floor of the Veranda Mall shopping center, having an area of approx.

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  15. Thousands of Romanians march against governmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 11 | The Indian Express

    Thousands of protesters braved the cold to march in Romania's main cities, angered by government attempts to water down anti-corruption laws. In the capital Bucharest, where a major rally is planned for today, around 3,000 people gathered at the seat of government despite sub-zero temperatures.

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  16. Thousands of Romanians march against government18 min agoRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 11 | India.com

    Thousands of protesters braved the cold to march in Romania's main cities, angered by government attempts to water down anti-corruption laws. In the capital Bucharest, where a major rally is planned for today, around 3,000 people gathered at the seat of government despite sub-zero temperatures.

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  17. 'We see you' - Romanian activists become potent political forceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 10 | The Star Online

    On Feb. 1, hours after Romania's government issued a decree seen as turning back the clock on the country's fight against corruption, Florin Badita took unpaid leave from his job in the western city of Cluj and left for the capital Bucharest to help mobilise a response. Through the Facebook page Coruptia Ucide that he created in 2015, Badita had helped rally protesters after a fatal fire tore through Bucharest's Colectiv nightclub in October that year. 1 comment

  18. Calls for government to quit as Romania protests continueRead the original story

    Monday Feb 6 | Scotsman.com

    Romanians are preparing for the sixth consecutive night of major protests amid claims that their government's pledge to repeal a controversial law have not been honoured. Demonstrators are calling for members of the government to resign amid a row over a government ruling which critics claim would set back the country's anti-corruption drive.

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  19. Romanian protests continue despite government climbdownRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 6 | EUobserver

    A sea of light flooded Bucharest's Victory square on Sunday evening as people flashed their mobiles on the building in front of them: the government headquarters. Earlier that day, the social democrat government had repealed the emergency decree that would have weakened the country's anti-corruption laws, but people still gathered for the largest anti-government protest in Romania's post-communist history.

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  20. Romanian protesters get key concession from government - Sun, 05 Feb 2017 PSTRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 5 | The Spokesman-Review

    The largest anti-government crowds since the violent 1989 revolution that toppled dictator Nicolae Ceausescu succeeded Sunday in pressuring Romania's new government to repeal a hastily adopted decree that would have eased penalties for official corruption. The law, opposed by the influential Romanian Orthodox Church, would have weakened the country's emerging anti-corruption effort, which has begun to make progress against a ruling culture accustomed to acting with impunity.

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