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Russian passenger plane crashes near Moscow, 71 dead, no survivors reported

A passenger plane en route to Orsk has crashed near the Russian capital carrying 71 people on board. President Vladimir Putin ordered “relevant agencies to organize the search operation” after offering his condolences. An Antonov An-148 plane, operated by Saratov ...

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Director of Rahova penitentiary hospital charged, four employees detained and other four under house arrest in violence case against inmates

Update: Four employees of the Rahova penitentiary hospital have been detained and other four are under house arrest in a violence case against inmates. The director of the Rahova penitentiary hospital is investigated for having aggressed several inmates. Prosecutors have ...

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Supreme Court compels DNA to conclude Gigina case by May 1

The High Court of Cassation and Justice (Romania’s Supreme Court) has ruled on Thursday that the National Anti-corruption Directorate (DNA) must conclude investigation in the case of policeman Bogdan Gigina’s death by May 1. Former Interior minister Gabriel Oprea is ...

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OLAF opens investigation on payments for Drumul Taberei subway line

The European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF) agents are investigating how payments were made for the construction of the subway line 5 (Drumul Taberei). OLAF agents have checked on Wednesday several documents from the Ministry of Transport regarding the payments made by ...

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Competition Council applied fines of almost RON 3 M to notaries from Suceava, Botosani

The Competition Council sanctioned the Chamber of Public Notaries from Suceava and 72 public notaries from Suceava and Botosani counties, members of this organization with fines worth RON 2.8 million (about EUR 600,000), a press release informs.  The sanctions were ...

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Competition Council fines 2 more companies in the field of electricity measurement by EUR 1.1m

The Competition Council has fined three companies by over RON 4.947 million (about EUR 1.1 million) for an agreement aimed at limiting the sale of TR2520A electricity measuring transducers on the territory of Romania, according to a press release issued ...

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Priest teaching religion at high school, caught on camera while allegedly masturbating in front of pupils

A priest who was teaching religion at a high school in Copsa Mica, Sibiu county, has been filmed by a 12th grade schoolgirl while allegedly masturbating. The School Inspectorate from Sibiu and the Ardeal Mitropoly are probing into this case. ...

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Resignations at the helm of the Bucharest Police over the pedophile policeman case. Prosecutor’s Office extends investigation, probing into potential bias

The Bucharest Police chief Nicu Dragos Orlando has resigned following the scandal that has been shaking the Police for about a week when a traffic agent has been revealed as the author of several sexual aggessions on children. Orlando’s deputy, ...

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