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Munich police capture suspected knife attacker, Romanian among the injured

Munich police have detained a suspected knife-wielding assailant after several people were attacked and injured in various locations across the Bavarian capital. The attacks prompted a citywide manhunt, dw.com reports. At least four people were wounded in a series of ...

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Moldovan Constitutional Court rules for the temporary suspension of President Igor Dodon

The Constitutional Court in Chisinau has ruled on Friday the temporary suspension of the Moldovan president Igor Dodon following a complaint filed by the Government regarding Dodon’s denial to sign a decree to appoint the Defence minister, deschide.md reported. The ...

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President Iohannis after the European Council in Brussels: Romania wants to enter an area of strategic planning

President Klaus Iohannis stated on Friday in Brussels, after the meeting of the European Council, that the message conveyed by the EU leaders is a positive one, with the pledge to make the Union “better, closer to the citizen.” “The ...

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Spain to suspend Catalonia’s autonomy on Saturday

Spain has announced on Thursday it would suspend Catalonia’s autonomy from Saturday, as the region’s leader threatens to declare independence. The Spanish government said ministers would meet to activate Article 155 of the constitution, allowing it to take over running ...

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PACE urges Romanian authorities to support ‘the remarkable work of the DNA’

The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) calls on the Romanian authorities to politically and financially support the outstanding work of the National Anticorruption Directorate (DNA), by observing the legal framework and the need for an effective fight ...

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Ukrainian Ambassador says postponement of President Iohannis’ visit is only until clarifying the issues regarding Education Law

Ukrainian Ambassador to Bucharest, Oleksandr Bankov, says the Education Law for pre-university studies will favour minorities in the European Union against Russian. In an interview granted to ‘Romania libera’ newspaper, the Ukrainian envoy admits he did not speak Ukrainian until ...

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Update2: President Iohannis says Romania not blocking Brexit negotiations, denies information by ‘The Times’ on exploratory trade talks

President Klaus Iohannis has rejected on Thursday the information in the British media claiming that Romania, Germany and France reportedly request the blocking of exploratory trade talks for Brexit. “No, this is stupid. Romania has never blocked negotiations and does ...

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Russian Foreign Ministry’s official: US missile deployment in Romania threatens Russia

The Russian Foreign Ministry accuses that the US deployment of its missile launchers at site in Romania is threatening the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty. Director of the Russian Foreign Ministry’s North America Department Georgiy Borisenko said in an interview with Sputnik that by ...

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Richard H. Thaler, author of the ‘Nudge’ theory, awarded the 2017 Nobel Prize in Economics

Richard H. Thaler, professor at the University of Chicago, one of the founders of behavioral economics and finance, has been awarded the 2017 Nobel Prize in Economics for shedding light on how human weaknesses such as a lack of rationality and self-control ...

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