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  1. PM Grindeanu: EU grants for penitentiaries turned down by former Gov't. We'll tap into themRead the original story

    Sunday | Nine O'Clock

    Premier Sorin Grindeanu stated on Saturday evening for RealitateaTV private broadcaster that during the meetings he has had recently with European Commission and European Council officials in Brussels he found out that European grants for the improvement of conditions in penitentiaries were offered last year but they were allegedly turned down by the former Government. "European grants were offered last year to the former Government too.

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  2. PM Grindeanu, on possible involvement in fraudulent house sales case...Read the original story

    Sunday | Nine O'Clock

    Prime Minister Sorin Grindeanu deemed, on Saturday evening, the information appearing in the public space about a possible involvement of his in the case regarding nationalized houses being fraudulently sold in Timisoara as "a manipulation of the lowest degree". "I saw that in the public space there have been things said that I would be connected to a case.

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  3. Current, former Timisoara City mayors, investigated for abuse of...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 17 | Nine O'Clock

    The National Anti-corruption Directorate prosecutors ordered the investigation of current and former Timisoara municipality City Mayors, among whom Nicolae Robu , for abuse in office in connection with the illegal sale of nationalized buildings. According to a press release of DNA, on Friday, investigated are Nicolae Robu - mayor of Timisoara, Dan Diaconu - deputy mayor, Gheorghe Ciuhandru - former mayor, Traian Constantin Stoia - former deputy mayor, Martin Staia - former director of the Timisoara City Hall, all for the offense of abuse of office with obtaining undue advantages for themselves or for another party, and in some people's case, the offense is repeated.

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  4. Brancusi Day to be celebrated in Romania and abroadRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 17 | Nine O'Clock

    February 19, Brancusi Day, will be celebrated by the Romanian Cultural Institute both in Bucharest and at its offices in Budapest, Chisinau, New York, Paris and Vienna through conferences, photo exhibitions, stage shows and film screenings dedicated to the work of the great Romanian sculptor. * On 21 February, a round table will be organised at the ICR main offices starting at 18:30hrs to discuss Matei Stircea-Craciun's treatise on hermeneutics of abstract sculpture, published by the Brancusi Publishing House of Targu Jiu, with support from the ICR's publishing house, ICR informed on Wednesday in a press statement.

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  5. Romania is engulfed by protest in a political awakening of the youngRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 13 | Los Angeles Times

    Protesters light the flashes of their mobile phones in the colors of Romania's flag during an anti-government demonstration in Bucharest on Sunday. Protesters light the flashes of their mobile phones in the colors of Romania's flag during an anti-government demonstration in Bucharest on Sunday.

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  6. 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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  7. 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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  8. Liberals meet in the National Permanent Bureau. The list of...Read the original story

    Monday Feb 13 | Nine O'Clock

    President of the Cluj County Council , Alin Tise, Vice President of the National Liberal Party , announced on Friday that he will run for a leadership position in the party, maybe even for the President of the party, according to Agerpres. "PNL National Permanent Bureau will meet on Monday, and we'll discuss about convening a National Convention were elections will be held, most likely late in May, or early in June.

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  9. Malvina F. Baica, Ph.D., Recognized for Discoveries in MathematicsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 13 | 24-7 Press Release

    Malvina F. Baica, PhD., Professor in Mathematics has been included in Marquis Who's Who. As in all Marquis Who's Who biographical volumes, individuals profiled are selected on the basis of current reference value.

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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. Anti-government protests continue in RomaniaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 11 | Al Jazeera

    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. "We are resisting, we aren't going away" yelled the protesters, who are calling for the left-leaning Social Democrat government, which only took power in December, to stand down.

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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. Camelia Bogdan, one of the two judges who decided Dan Voiculescu's...Read the original story

    Friday Feb 10 | Nine O'Clock

    The Department for Judges of the Superior Council of Magistracy decided on Wednesday, the exclusion from magistracy of Camelia Bogdan, one of the two judges who decided Dan Voiculescu's conviction in the case of the Food Research Institute . The decision of the Department for Judges has been taken as a result of certain complaints submitted to the Judicial Inspection.

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  18. The situation in Romania, seen by the former PresidentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 6 | Nine O'Clock

    Ion Iliescu stated on Saturday that the protests of the last days are caused by Klaus Iohannis, who "incited the street and caused this anarchy". "It's the effect of the incitement made by the President of the country, who, instead of playing the role of the moderator and of the man of dialogue, incited the street and caused this anarchy to which all of us assist.

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  19. Quarter of a million rally in BucharestRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 5 | NEWS.com.au

    Around 200,000 Romanians participated in an anti-government rally at Bucharest's Victory Square on Sunday, hours after Romanian Prime Minister Sorin Grindeanu announced the withdrawal of a controversial decree that would have decriminalised some cases of official corruption. Despite the government's decision to officially repeal the controversial emergency ordinance, thousands of activists from Bucharest and other Romanian cities, who arrived in the capital following a call on social networks, took to the square in front of the Government Palace and chanted "Thieves" and "Resignation."

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  20. People shout anti-government slogans during a protest rally in Timisoara, Romania. Photo: EPARead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 4 | South China Morning Post

    Romania's premier has announced a dramatic climbdown on legislation that had been seen as a retreat on corruption, after the biggest protests since the collapse of Communism. Sorin Grindeanu told a hastily convened news conference that the government would meet on Sunday to repeal an emergency decree that could have seen some corrupt officials escape prosecution.

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