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The new Israeli ambassador to Romania arrives in Bucharest on Thursday, January 10

The new Israeli Ambassador to Romania, H.E. Mr. David Saranga, arrives in Bucharest tomorrow, January 10. David Saranga started his diplomat career in Romania, 20 years ago, where he learnt the Romanian language very well. Saranga is replacing Tamar Samash, ...

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Access rules for the Swan Lake” ballet on ice show on January 14

The renowned „Swan Lake” ballet on ice performance is due at Sala Palatului in Bucharest on Monday, January 14, at 8 p.m. The talented Russian ice skaters, members of the State Ballet on Ice Ensemble from Saint Petersburg will perform ...

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Guy Verhofstadt sends warning to the Gov’t in Bucharest after Romania has taken over the EU Presidency

Leader of ALDE Europe, Guy Verhofstadt has stated in a Facebook post on Thursday that Romania takes over the EU Presidency ‘at a critical time’, warning that the Government in Bucharest must fulfill its commitments on the rule of law ...

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Bucharest’s most expensive district returns to the state property by court ruling

The Bucharest Court of Appeal ruled that the entire commercial area in northern Bucharest previously held by businessman Puiu Popoviciu should return to the state property. Those 224 hectares in northern Capital accommodate several shopping centers, and also the new ...

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Ex-District 5 mayor Marian Vanghelie is launching new political party

Former District 5 Bucharest mayor, Marian Vanghelie, has announced on Friday he would launch his own political party, the Independent Social Democrat Party, which will be a left-wing party, a party of „workers”. Vanghelie has made the statement at the ...

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Romanians took to the streets again on Saturday to commemorate the Revolution’s martyrs but also to protest against the gov’t

29 years after the anti-communist Revolution, Romanians have taken to the streets again to commemorate the heroes who gave their lives back then, but also to protest against the current ruling party and the government. Thousands gathered in the Victoriei ...

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President to lobby for finding the truth and accountability of those guilty of the Revolution crimes. “Romanians will not tolerate an autocratic ruling anymore”

Commemorating 29 years since the Romanian anti-communist Revolution, President Klaus Iohannis has stated that he will keep on lobbying for finding the truth and for the punishment of those who are guilty of the homicides committed during the Revolution. “In ...

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December 22, 1989 – the day communist dictator Ceausescu fled, shooting ran wild

On December 22, 1989, tens of thousands of Bucharesters took to the streets which determined dictator Nicolae Ceausescu to flee by helicopter. A few hours later, public institutions were attacked by “terrorists” with gunfire. The ambulance doctors say they transported ...

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