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Romance Film Festival to bring 9 love stories to Brasov in February

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The first edition of the Romance Film Festival “Love Story” will take place in Brasov during February 9-15. Nine romance movies will be screened at Patria Cinema in Brasov, among which the famous Arthur Miller’s “Love Story” (USA, 1970) which ...

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Ponta: I haven’t talked to any politician about DNA’s prosecutor-in-chief appointment


Prime Minister and Social Democratic Party (PSD) Chairman Victor Ponta on Saturday said he had never talked with any politician about the appointment of the prosecutor-in-chief of the National Anti-corruption Directorate (DNA), Laura Codruta Kovesi. Consequently, he added, he had ...

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Blaga: Videanu resigned from PNL Bucharest Chairman office

adriean videanu

National Liberal Party (PNL) Co-Chairman Vasile Blaga on Saturday said that Adriean Videanu resigned from the chairman office of the Liberals’ organisation in Bucharest, as his party membership was also suspended, after he was placed under preventive arrest, Agerpres informs. ...

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Italy MPs elect judge Sergio Mattarella as president


Italy’s parliament has elected constitutional court judge Sergio Mattarella as the country’s president. Mr Mattarella, 73, will succeed Giorgio Napolitano, 89, who stood down earlier this month citing “signs of fatigue”. The result, confirmed on a third day of voting, ...

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Putin nationalist calls for Austria, Romania to be incorporated into Russia dominated ‘Eurasian empire’


Russian nationalist ideologue Alexander Dugin, who has close links to Vladimir Putin’s Kremlin, has described his vision of a Russian lead ‘Eurasian empire’, incorporating Austria, as well as Hungary, Romania, Serbia and Slovakia, ibtimes.co.uk informs. Dugin, who has called for ...

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Former German President Richard von Weizsäcker dies


Richard von Weizsäcker, who was West German, then German president from 1984 to 1994, has died at the age of 94. He was internationally respected as an integrative figure in German politics, dw.de informs. Former German President Richard von Weizsäcker ...

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Serena Williams beats Maria Sharapova to win Australian Open


Serena Williams beat Maria Sharapova to win her sixth Australian Open and 19th Grand Slam title, the BBC informs. The American world number one served superbly to win a pulsating final 6-3 7-6 (7-5) after Sharapova fought back in the ...

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February 2015 Monthly Horoscope


Aries Horoscope The month splits in two main periods: before and after February 20, the day when the transits of Mars and Venus in Aries start, causing a drastic, but positive change in tonus. The first days are strongly influenced ...

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Dacia, the first place in a famous top in Finland

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The media in Finland announced on Friday that Dacia, which last year sold over half a million cars, ranks first among the most loyal customers. “If you drive a Dacia, it is likely that the next car will be also ...

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Videanu, Bica, Mihailescu, Dorin and Alin Cocos have been arrested


Adriean Videanu, Dorin Cocos, Alin Cocos, Alina Bica and her former adviser Florentin Mihailescu have been arrested on Saturday following the decision of the High Court of Cassation and Justice (Supreme Court). The decision was taken in Alina Bica’s disjoint ...

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