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Polish CEDE posts revenues of RON 25 M in 2017, aims for solid growth in 2018

Centrul European de Despăgubiri (CEDE), a Polish company specialized in helping victims of road accidents receive due compensation and benefits from insurance companies, is estimating that in 2018 it will beat the results from the previous year as it strengthens ...

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Life sentence for the metro crime’s author

The murderer from the subway, Magdalena Serban, who killed a young woman at the tube station in December last year by pushing her in front of the train, has got a life sentence. The Bucharest Court’s ruling can be appealed ...

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Ex-MISA leader Gregorian Bivolaru wins case against Romania to ECHR

The European Court for Human Rights (ECHR) has ruled on Tuesday that the Romanian state had broken the former spiritual leader of MISA, Gregorian Bivolaru’s right for a fair trial judged in a reasonable time, deciding that Romania must pay ...

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President Iohannis slams Gov’t over mishandling the African swine fever outbreak

President Klaus Iohannis has asked the Government on Wednesday to take immediate actions to stop the spread of the African swine fever outbreak and to urgently compensate the affected pig farmers. The President’s request comes one day after the Agriculture ...

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African swine fever confirmed in 10 counties, more than 117,000 pigs slaughtered

The number of African swine fever outbreaks confirmed in Romania has reached 725, still active in 10 counties in north-western and south-eastern regions, in 156 localities, the National Sanitary-veterinary and Food Safety Authority (ANSVSA) has announced on Wednesday. Eight breeding ...

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ECHR gives Romanian citizen the right to have electricity

A Romanian resorted to the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) to earn his right to have electricity at home. 41-year-old George Borsan from Galati (eastern Romania) sued the city’s electricity provider in Romania and even if he won and ...

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Supreme Court definitively rejects torturer Vişinescu’s request to interrupt the serving of sentence

The High Court of Cassation and Justice (ICCJ – Supreme Court) has definitively rejected, as unfounded, the complaint by torturer Alexandru Vişinescu, the former commander of the Râmnicu Sărat Penitentiary, filed against the decision that rejected his request for the ...

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