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Code Orange for abundant rainfall in 5 counties and Code Yellow for showers and wind in other 13 counties

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The National Meteorology Administration (ANM) has issued on Sunday a Code Orange for rainfall and wind gusts in five counties in central and northwest Romania, and a Code Yellow warning for bad weather in 13 counties in Moldavia, Muntenia and ...

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Hungary is strong enough to take responsibility for the Magyars in Transylvania, PM Orban says

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Hungary is strong enough to take responsibility for the situation of the Magyars in Transylvania, Hungarian PM Viktor Orban said in Romania on Sunday, as quoted by MTI. The Hungarian premier attended the sanctification service of the Reformed church in ...

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Update: -6C in Miercurea Ciuc Friday morning. Cold winter ahead, bills expected to hit record highs

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The temperature dropped to minus 6 degrees Celsius in Miercurea Ciuc (central Romania) Friday morning, the lowest temperature this autumn in inhabited areas. Meteorologists say negative temperatures are expected also in the following nights in Transylvania, antena3.ro informs. Low temperatures ...

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Hungarian PM Viktor Orban comes to Cluj and Oradea to attend the sanctification of a church built with funds from Budapest

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Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban is to come this weekend to Cluj and Oradea (central-western Romania), according to ‘Actual de Cluj’. During the weekend, he will be present at the festivities occasioned by the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, ...

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Weather warning for strong winds and rainfall in most of the country as of Monday afternoon

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The National Meteorology Administration (ANM) has issued on Monday a weather warning for strong winds and moderate rainfall, in force as of Monday afternoon until Tuesday evening in most regions. According to meteorologists, during September 11, 17.00h until September 12, ...

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The New York Times: Cobblestones? Check. Castles? Check. Budget? Check. Why Romania Is Worth the Trip.

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The prestigious US newspaper ‘The New York Times’ has published a travel feature, signed by Dionne Searcey, about her journey to Romania together with her family. The feature describes the voyage in vivid colours and an experience worth trying or ...

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Update: August 23 – Double major significance for Romania. President Klaus Iohannis delivers message

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On August 23, 1939 in Moscow, the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact was signed; it was a non-aggression treaty between the Soviet Union and Nazi Germany, one of its consequences being the occupation of Bessarabia, Northern Bukovina and Hertza region (what is currently ...

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Update: Code Yellow for rainfall in 19 counties and Bucharest, Monday and Tuesday

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The National Administration of Meteorology (ANM) has issued on Monday a new Code Yellow warning for atmospheric instability and significant quantitative rainfall, valid until Tuesday evening in 19 counties in the centre, north, south and south-east of the country, including ...

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The Spectator: A trip to Dracula’s birthplace won’t bleed you dry – an invitation to visit Sighisoara

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The British publication ‘The Spectator’ has released a feature on the Romanian city of Sighisoara, inviting the readers to make the trip to the medieval town, to see the 12th century fortified citadel, the evangelical Church on the Hill. “Sighisoara ...

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