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  1. Romania and Italy unite to halt abuse of women migrantsRead the original story

    Mar 20, 2017 | EurActiv.com

    The seemingly idyllic fields of southeast Sicily hide a dark secret, in the form of an increasingly troubling human rights scandal. [ SarahTZ/ Flickr ] Romania has agreed to collaborate with Italian authorities to stop abuses in a Sicilian province, after an Observer investigation found that thousands of Romanian agricultural workers were being used as forced labour and sexually exploited by their Italian employers.

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  2. EU: Moldova needs to improve judiciary and business environmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 13, 2017 | Jurist

    The report follows the EU-Moldova Association Agreement [text, PDF], which fully entered force in July and aims to strengthen the political and economic integration of Moldova and the EU. According to the joint report, Moldova has adopted a number of reforms to encourage an independent judiciary.

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  3. Romania's Health Care ExodusRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 9, 2017 | Voice of America

    Sonia Papiu started her first year of residency as a psychiatrist in the Romanian city of Cluj in January, but she plans to move abroad within the year, seeking better learning opportunities and hospital conditions. "I don't think any of my colleagues are planning to stay," she said.

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  4. Romania's healthcare exodusRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 6, 2017 | Reuters

    Doctor Andreea Kis, a family doctor, treats a patient at his home in the village of Tureni in Transylvania region, Romania, December 16, 2016. Kis moved with her husband and two children to Tureni, but many doctors in the countyside travel every day from the city to the villages where they work.

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  5. Ombudsman takes notice ex-officio in case of children taken away from family by Finnish authoritiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 2, 2017 | Nine O'Clock

    The Ombudsman took notice ex-officio and is going to carry out the legal demarches in the case of Romanian children taken from families by authorities in Finland and placed into foster care. The Ombudsman informs, through a press release sent on Thursday, that he took notice ex-officio following a report presented by a TV station, about the situation of two Romanian children brought up by their mother in Finland who were taken away by the authorities, and placed into different foster homes.

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  6. Romani CRISS: Romania sanctioned by ECHR for acts of violence against Roma peopleRead the original story

    Feb 1, 2017 | Nine O'Clock

    Romania was sanctioned once more by the European Court of Human Rights for acts of violence against Roma ethnics, a release of the Romani Center for Social Intervention and Studies sent to Agerpres on Tuesday informs. The ECHR established that Romania didn't observe the European Convention on Human Rights, namely article 3, which stipulates the prohibition of "torture and inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment."

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  7. Romanians in historic communities, winners of ICR Excellence Awards GalaRead the original story

    Feb 1, 2017 | Nine O'Clock

    The second edition of the Excellence Awards Gala for Romanians in historic communities has designated its winners on Monday, at the ceremony taking place at the National Theater in Bucharest. Organized by the Romanian Cultural Institute , the Directorate of Romanians Abroad, with the support of the "Eudoxiu Hurmuzachi" Institute for Romanians Abroad, the event occasioned the recognition of some personalities' contribution to the social-cultural life of the Romanian communities in keeping the national identity, by promoting the Romanian language and culture in all the countries of residence.

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  8. Tens of thousands protest plan to pardon prisoners in RomaniRead the original story

    Jan 30, 2017 | KDWN

    Tens of thousands of people marched through Romania's capital and other cities on Sunday to protest a government proposal to pardon thousands of prisoners, a move critics said would set back anti-corruption efforts. Protesters massed in Bucharest's University Square called the ruling Social Democratic Party "the red plague."

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  9. Little Union, marked across the country by military ceremonies and...Read the original story

    Jan 24, 2017 | Nine O'Clock

    On January 24, 158 years since the Little Union have been celebrated, a moment that was marked at Iasi, as usually, by Hora Unirii, where 10,000 people joined in this year. But the President and the PM weren't there, contrary to the ceremonies of the previous years.

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  10. New protests against pardons, Facebook used to mobilise protesters....Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 22, 2017 | Nine O'Clock

    President Klaus Iohannis has joined, on Sunday evening, the protest in University Square, where several thousands persons were protesting against the potential amendment of the criminal legislation. The wew protests against the ordinances on the granting of pardons and the amending of the Penal Code were announced for Sunday afternoon in the country's large cities but also abroad.

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  11. Luminita Odobescu, Ambassador, Permanent Representative of Romania to ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 17, 2017 | Nine O'Clock

    Romania celebrates this year the tenth anniversary of its accession to the European Union. It is an important and symbolic landmark that offers the opportunity to assess the evolution undertaken since that moment and the progress achieved.

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  12. League of Professional Theatre Women Announces 2017 International Theatre Award FinalistsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 12, 2017 | BroadwayWorld.com

    The League of Professional Theatre Women and its International Committee announce the finalists of the 2017 LPTW Gilder/Coigney International Theatre Award. The Gilder/Coigney International Theatre Award was established in 2011 in honor of Rosamond Gilder and Martha Coigney, two legendary theatre women whose work on the international stage proved that theatre knows no boundaries.

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  13. Badea Cartan, the self-taught peasant who traveled on foot to Rome...Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 12, 2017 | Nine O'Clock

    Of all the Romanian localities where Unification Day is celebrated by organizing events, there is one that certainly stands out. It is Sinaia, the famous resort on the Prahova Valley, where a tradition was born to also celebrate, on January 24, Badea Cartan's birthday; he's the self-taught peasant who traveled on foot to Italy, Rome, to see with his own eyes Trajan's Columns and other evidences about the Latin origin of the Romanian nation.

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  14. Weather Administration: Code Orange for extreme cold weather in BucharestRead the original story

    Jan 9, 2017 | Nine O'Clock

    Bucharest will enter on Monday under a Code Orange warning for extreme cold weather, the forecast for the night between Monday and Tuesday being of minus 20 to minus 18 centigrade, Gabriela Bancila, representative of the National Weather Administration , announced. "ANM will issue an update of the previous warning - Code Yellow for extreme cold weather this morning, and this implies the area of Bucharest entering a Code Orange warning for extreme cold weather from today.

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  15. Obituary: Esma RedzepovaRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 17, 2016 | The Economist

    SINGING in front of strangers was a disgraceful activity for a woman. So when the 11-year-old won a regional school talent competition, she hid her winnings in her underwear for fear of her father's reaction.

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  16. Election Season in Southeastern and Eastern EuropeRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 13, 2016 | Transitions Online

    The Social Democrats have returned to power in Romania, after receiving more than 45 percent of the votes in this Sunday's elections, according to partial results from the Central Electoral Office, cited by Romania Libera . The National-Liberal Party was the runner-up with around 20 percent, while political newcomer Save Romania Union received around 9 percent.

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  17. Royal Family to ride Royal Train 100 years after capital relocation from Bucharest to IasiRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 10, 2016 | Nine O'Clock

    Romania's Royal Family will ride the Royal Train, December 15-16, to mark the centennial of the relocation for a short time of Romania's capital city from Bucharest to eastern city of Iasi, the Royal House informed on Friday in a press statement. The statement says that the trip on December 15-16 will be the 7th ride of the Royal Train these days, and it will remember 100 years since the Romanian Royal Family along with the country's Government and Parliament took refuge in Iasi.

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  18. Traian Basescu, message to the voters: You have always proved that...Read the original story

    Dec 8, 2016 | Nine O'Clock

    The leader of the People's Movement Party Traian Basescu addressed the voters on Tuesday through an open letter, telling them that their vote may be a huge opportunity for Romania's future and that he counts on them, because they have always proved that they know to choose what is best for the country. "Dear Romanians, seven years ago I was addressing you as the head of state, as well as a candidate for the Romanian Presidency, asking and urging you to express yourself in order to reduce the number of parliamentarians to a maximum of 300, in the National Referendum held simultaneously with the first round of the presidential elections", Basescu states.

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  19. The Independent: Dragnea may cheer up European social democracyRead the original story

    Dec 8, 2016 | Nine O'Clock

    At a time when the centre-left all over the EU is on the ropes the possible election Liviu Dragnea as Romanian prime minister may cheer up European social democracy, writes Denis MacShane , a UK's former Minister of Europe, in an article published by The Independent . "After elections in Bulgaria and Moldova of a pro-Putin president and prime minister there is relief in European capitals that Romania might buck the south-east Europe trend and install a pro-EU, pro-Nato prime minister after national elections on 11 December.

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  20. Partnership: Hotel operators in R. Moldova willing to learn management methods from RomaniansRead the original story

    Dec 8, 2016 | Nine O'Clock

    Hotel operators in the Republic of Moldova intend to develop a partnership with Romanian hotel operators, from whom to learn the management methods used within different departments, reads a press release of the Unions Federation of Romanian Tourism . Several hotel operators in the neighboring country will come next year for specialization in Romanian hotels, after a delegation from the Republic of Moldova visited more accommodation units in Bucharest, in mid-November.

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