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Seven US Senators urge the Justice Department to probe Rudolph Giuliani’s foreign activity

Seven Senate Democrats are asking the Justice Department to review whether President Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani has complied with the Foreign Agents Registration Act. The senators allege in a letter dated Wednesday that recent news reports suggest Mr. Giuliani has ...

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Update: George Maior, heard by Parliamentary committee. ‘There is a political interest to see me leaving the office. Protocols were necessary’

George Maior, the Romanian ambassador to the US, has been heard by the Parliamentary committee for SRI (Romanian Intelligence Service) control. Before going to the hearings, Maior said there is a political interest to make him resign and that he ...

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Rudolph Giuliani says the letter sent to Romanian President ‘has nothing to do with the US Government’, receives call from the State Department

Mr. Giuliani said on Wednesday that despite representing Mr. Trump he was “still an independent lawyer and consultant.” He said the work involving Romania was through his security company, Giuliani Security & Safety, which had been retained by Freeh Group ...

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Politico.eu: Trump lawyer Giuliani got paid to send letter to Romanian President about the protocols signed by the Prosecutor General’s Office and SRI

Donald Trump’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani was being paid by a global consulting firm when he sent a letter to the president of Romania last week that contradicted the U.S. government’s official position, politico.eu reports. It reads that Giuliani’s letter ...

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US Embassy on Rudolph Giuliani’s letter: The U.S. government does not comment on the views or conclusions of private US citizens

The US Embassy in Bucharest has informed that “the US government does not comment on the views or conclusions of private US citizens,” after being asked about the letter sent by Rudolph Giuliani to President Klaus Iohannis. Donald Carroll, Press ...

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Justice Minister triggers procedure to assess the activity of Prosecutor General. Lazar: It is a false theme. Tough reactions from the opposition

Justice Minister, Tudorel Toader, has announced on Saturday he is triggering the legal procedure of assessing the activity of the Prosecutor General Augustin Lazar. “I am triggering the legal procedure to assess the activity conducted by the Prosecutor General upon ...

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Times of Israel: Cambridge Analytica-linked businessman helped start Black Cube. Let’s recall the alleged spying case on Kovesi…

Vincent Tchenguiz, an Iranian-born British entrepreneur and property tycoon who until 2015 was the largest shareholder in the parent company of the scandal-hit data firm Cambridge Analytica, also played a prominent role in the founding stages of the controversial Israeli ...

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US renowned journalist: “It’s time to clean up Romania with sanctions”

An American journalist, Tom Rogan, who used to be analyst reporting for BBC, Sky News, CNN and The Guardian, has asked in his latest editorial published in Washington Examiner that the U.S. should apply sanctions to Romania, just like in ...

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Two US senators address open letter to PM Dăncilă, call for the continuation of the anti-corruption fight

US Senators John McCain and Christopher Murphy addressed a letter to Romania’s Prime Minister Viorica Dăncilă last week, voicing concern over the dismissal of the DNA Chief Prosecutor and urging the Bucharest government to continue its progress in fighting corruption, ...

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Update: Justice Minister rejects all candidates for DNA top position, procedure to be resumed on August 6

None of the candidates for the office of Chief Prosecutor with the National Anticorruption Directorate (DNA) has been considered good enough by Justice Minister, Tudorel Toader, and the procedure is to be resumed. “During the selection process the conclusion was ...

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