Vaslui, Romania Newswire

Vaslui, Romania Newswire

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  1. Dragnea does not believe National Committee for Macroprudential Supervision can functionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 31 | Nine O'Clock

    The Social Democrat Party's acting chairman Liviu Dragnea said late on Thursday that he does not believe a draft law calling for the setting up of a National Committee for Macroprudential Supervision would function, as he argued it seemed to him a serious fact that the people who will be part of the body might make total decisions regarding the national financial system "I didn't know anything about this. What am I to understand, that there no longer is a Government, a Parliament, the Presidency? I do not think such a thing can function.


  2. Romania melts under amber weather warningRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 26 | Nine O'Clock

    Twelve southern counties were under an amber weather warning for high temperatures on Sunday, registering highs of 38-39 degrees Celsius, while another 11 counties were under a yellow warning, registering highs of 35-37 degrees. National Meteorological Administration specialists issued during the day a warning according to which the worst affected were the Olt, Teleorman, Giurgiu, Ilfov, Ialomita, Calarasi, Braila, Galati, Vaslui counties, Bucharest, as well as the low-lying areas of the Bacau, Vrancea and Buzau counties.


  3. Romania: magistrates probed for negligence in rape caseRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 24 | The New Zealand Herald

    " Authorities are investigating magistrates who freed seven men suspected of raping an 18-year-old woman in a case that has stirred outrage in Romania. A court in the northeast county of Vaslui said Friday that magistrates who freed the suspects from house arrest in June are being investigated for gross negligence.


  4. Romanians' safety abused by authoritiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 23 | Nine O'Clock

    It is assumed that justice is blind. Impartial. Fair. But, in Romania, Themis seems to be peeping under the scarf, holding a double-bladed sword in her hand and tipping the scales to the side that best suits her.


  5. PM Ponta warns Justice Minister: If CSM takes no measure in Vaslui...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 22 | Nine O'Clock

    Premier Victor Ponta on Wednesday let Justice Minister Robert Cazanciuc know that if the Superior Council of Magistracy makes no decision in the case of the seven young men who raped a girl in Vaslui County in November 2014, he should resign himself. "I want to ask you, Mr. Justice Minister, to exercise the entire authority of your position within the CSM, and if the CSM does not take any measures, you should better hand in your resignation yourself, because someone needs to raise alarm that what happens these days in Romania is unacceptable.


  6. Number of private hospitals in Romania increased in 2014 : 161 units, with over 146,000 patientsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 19 | Nine O'Clock

    The number of private hospitals in Romania increased last year by 20.1pct from 2013 to 161 units and over 146,700 patients were hospitalized in these hospitals in 2014, with an average hospitalization period of 5.5 days, according to National Institute of Statistics data sent to Agerpres. Newly registered hospitals there are in the counties of Cluj, Alba, Brasov, Bacau, Iasi, Vaslui, Constanta, Tulcea, Prahova, Dolj and also in Bucharest.


  7. Teens come together and creatively raise funds for a family in needRead the original story

    Jun 30, 2015 | PressReleasePoint

    Youth in Negresti, a local Network set up with the support of World Vision to extend the impact and activity of The ART Group, joined forces with local structures from the community to help one very poor family: they make handmade purses to raise money. Loredana, a single mother with three children between the ages of 4 and 13 lives in a former military unit, in unbearable conditions.


  8. 7 million year old fossil of elephant ancestor is found in east Romanian villageRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 28, 2015 | Daily Mail

    The creature lived around seven million years ago, and stood at around five metres tall and between three and four metres long. Named the Deinotherium giganteum - meaning 'terrible beast' in Greek - the animal would have lived in the Moldova plateau, which spreads across northeastern Romania, most of Moldova and parts of Ukraine.


  9. Romania's top 10 agriculture sector companiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 17, 2015 | Nine O'Clock

    Thus, three new companies entered the rankings on the 6th, 9th and 10th place, while Comcereal Vaslui , Pioneer Hi-Breeds Ilfov and Nutricom Calarasi are no longer present in the 2014 rankings. Interagro S.A., the company that topped the rankings in 2013 continued to do so in 2014 too.


  10. Traian Basescu: "Another Stanciu and another Kovesi will appear tomorrow"Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 15, 2015 | Nine O'Clock

    Former president Traian Basescu states that if Livia Stanciu and Codruta Kovesi were to be replaced at the helm of the High Court of Justice and National Anticorruption Directorate respectively then "tomorrow another Stanciu and another Kovesi will appear, and the judiciary will work the same" since no magistrate will accept giving up the judiciary's independence. Traian Basescu stated on Sunday at the regional meeting of the Popular Movement Party in Iasi that Romania needs the judiciary just like a man needs air, claiming that the judiciary will work the same even if Livia Stanciu and Codruta Kovesi were to be replaced at the helm of the ICCJ and DNA respectively.


  11. Sickening footage shows dad slapping one weeping daughter and karate kicking another in the faceRead the original story w/Photo

    May 9, 2015 |

    Cruel dad Gheorghe Halmaga, 40, wallops his terrified daughter Ionela and shouts at his younger daughter Ana for 'wearing lipstick' in disturbing video This sickening video shows the moment a dad beats his weeping daughter after saying she got home late, sparking outrage online. The disturbing eight-minute video shows cruel dad Gheorghe Halmaga, 40, from the village of Iana, Vaslui county in north eastern Romania, shouting at his terrified daughter Ionela, 15, as his other daughter, Ana, 14, films it.


  12. Cruel Romanian father facing six years in jail for beating his two...Read the original story w/Photo

    May 8, 2015 | Daily Mail

    Cruel Romanian father facing six years in jail for beating his two daughters after his attack is filmed by the youngest girl as he hits one around the face and karate kicks her sister in the face The girls later reported their father. If charged with child abuse, he could spend up to six years in jail A cruel Romanian father is facing jail after a sickening video showing him smack one of his daughters before kicking another in the face was posted online.


  13. Damages of USD 12.6 M in IT crime caseRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 26, 2015 | Nine O'Clock

    Prosecutors and policemen conducted 47 house searches in Bucharest and the Ilfov, Constanta, Vaslui, Bacau and Arges counties, in order to apprehend Romanian and foreign citizens that acted both in Romania as well as in Japan, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium and Italy. The case concerns the dismantling of a group made up of 55 persons specializing in IT crimes, a group that caused damages of approximately USD 12.6 M. Up until now the searches have resulted in the discovery and impounding of over EUR 150,000, two kilograms of gold bars, paintings and laptops.


  14. Tottenham star picks Saudi-based Romanian in his best XI, ahead of EriksenRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 18, 2015 | Business News

    He picked his best team of players he has played with in his career. Quite awkwardly he only included one Tottenham team-mate, Jan Vertonghen in at centre-back.


  15. Border Police track 15 Afghan and Syrian citizens attempting to illegally enter RomaniaRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 13, 2015 | Nine O'Clock

    Romanian border police of the Husi and Berezeni sector - eastern Vaslui County, tracked 15 Afghans and Syrians who were attempting to illegally enter Romania crossing the Prut River. According to a release issued to Agerpres by the Iasi Border Police Territorial Service, 13 people - five men, two women and six children - of Afro-Asian origin were tracked down near the border locality of Chersacosu, close to the Prut River, and another two Syrian citizens aged 39 and 40 were detected with the thermographic vision equipment near the Vetrisoaia locality, as they were attempting to illegally enter Romania from the Republic of Moldova, with the intention to get to Germany.


  16. U.S. company abandons fracking project in RomaniaRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 17, 2015 | B92

    The U.S. oil and gas company Chevron will this year cancel a project of exploration and production of shale gas in Romania. This was confirmed by a Chevropn representative who spoke for the Mediafax agency in Bucharest, noting that the decision was made after the evaluation of the project in Romania, "which currently is not competitive compared to others within the company."


  17. Chevron relinquishes it's shale-gas fracking operations in RomaniaRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 21, 2015 |

    In Chevron 's annual financial report, filed on Friday with the SEC, the company disclosed plans to relinquish fracking operations in Romania after a year and a half of heated protests. The move comes as part of a broader set of actions as Chevron pulls out of fracking operations in Lithuania, Poland and Ukraine as well.


  18. Good news for Romanian energy: Chevron not leaving RomaniaRead the original story

    Feb 4, 2015 | Nine O'Clock

    "Chevron is analyzing the information obtained during the drilling operations taking place at the exploration well in Silistea and those obtained as a result of geophysical investigations in order to understand the shale gas potential in argillite rocks. After the completion of analyses the results will be handed over to ANRM and will remain in the state's custody.


  19. Poland shale gas bubble burst, Chevron estimates on explorations in Romania still pendingRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 1, 2015 | Nine O'Clock

    At the end of January, European and global news agencies were headlining: Chevron, the second-largest oil producer in the US, ends its "adventure" in Poland. One of modern Poland's biggest dreams was that of escaping its energy dependence on Russia.


  20. Gypsy Daughter Who Defied Marriage Tradition Is KidnappedRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 23, 2015 | Austrian Times

    A Romanian gypsy who defied local traditions by refusing to force his children to marry at a young age has accused another gypsy family of kidnapping his teenage daughter. Father-of-five Mihai Bancuta, 48, had scandalised fellow gypsies because of the fact that his oldest son was still unmarried at the age of 21, and his daughter still unmarried at the age of 16. He said: "I know it is a Roma tradition that says children have to marry young, sometimes as young as 10, but I don't follow that.