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King Michael’s challenging life and historical decisions

The death of King Michael I of Romania brings his tragic destiny into the limelight, but also his historical decisions and actions. Although he had a short reigns (1927-1930 under regency and 1940-1947) and he was quite young, his decisions ...

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The mystery of the underwater tunnels linking Romania to Turkey

In the past two years, the local media kept reporting on the tunnels under the Black Sea that are allegedly linking Romania to Turkey. In some annals written before the WWI, there are some reports about the way the peasants ...

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President Iohannis decorates Slovak war veterans, pays tribute to Romanian soldiers killed in Slovakia during WWII

While in Slovakia on Thursday, President Klaus Iohannis decorated two Slovak war veterans that fought alongside Romanian soldiers to free Czechoslovakia in 1944-1945 during a ceremony hosted at Zvolen Castle. A Military Virtue National Order in rank of Officer with ...

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President Iohannis pays official visit to Slovakia

President Klaus Iohannis is paying an official visit to Slovakia on Wednesday and Thursday. He is to meet is Slovak counterpart at the Presidential Palace in Bratislava, Andrej Kiska, on Wednesday the Presidential Administration informs. In a joint press conference with ...

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