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The EU-Canada Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement enters into force
The Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement between Canada and the European Union (CETA) enters into force provisionally as of Thursday.
A 17-year-old young Romanian is the "Best Pianist in North West London"
A young Romanian, who is only 17 years old, has already become a known name in the music world of London.
Stoltenberg to Sputnik: 'NATO Doesn't Want a New Cold War'
In an exclusive interview with Sputnik, NATO Secretary General Stoltenberg said Turkey was free to buy any kind of equipment, including Russian S-400 air defense missile systems, opined that the Alliance doesn`t want an arms race with Moscow and revealed the bloc's actions regarding the North Korean crisis among other things.
Russian Defense Ministry releases VIDEO of cruise missile launch that hit ISIS in Syria
The Russian Ministry of Defense has released a video featuring the launch of Kalibr cruise missiles from its submarines in the Mediterranean Sea.
Decline of Euroskeptic Parties in EU May Mean Franco-German Bloc Domination
Corruption allegations, financial issues and rising tides of pro-European Union opinion are combining to damage the clout of Euroskeptic parties in Europe, both nationally and within the EU - and the departure of the UK from the bloc could weaken them further.
Jean-Claude Juncker: ‘It's high time' Romania to join Schengen zone
EU Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker made a very important announcement in his annual speech on the „State of the European Union", held on Wednesday.
New study: 40% of the Romania's agricultural land belongs to foreign investors
About 40% of the agricultural land in Romania belongs to foreign investors, according to a study conducted by the European Parliament.
Eastern Europe Drives Economic Growth in Brexit-Mired EU
The Brexit headwinds are hitting both the UK and the EU economies almost equally as hard, but the continent has a major advantage in the standoff – the vast labour resources and industrial capacity of Eastern Europe.
Moldovan President Worried about future of Romanian schools in Ukraine
Moldovan President Igor Dodon expressed concern on Monday about the future of the Romanian and Moldovan ethnic minorities in Ukraine after the country's parliament passed a bill making Ukrainian-language education compulsory for all schoolchildren nationwide, regardless of their ethnicity.
The exterior frescoes of the Romanian monasteries - a unique phenomenon
The mural paintings on large exterior surfaces of the Romanian monasteries in the northern Moldavia are a type of art representative of the Romanian people and a unique phenomenon in the world, according to Father Luca Diaconu, the abbot of Bistrita Monastery.
The year when the Third World War will break out
In his book, "The Next 100 Years: A Forecast for the Twenty-first Century", the American political scientist George Friedman predicts the year when the Third World War will break out. He also makes other interesting predictions.
Putin: Pressure on North Korea could lead to a large-scale conflict
Russian President Vladimir Putin warned that the threats and challenges to North Korea would only worsen the situation, adding that the attempts to determine Pyongyang to stop its nuclear missile program through sanctions are „misguided and futile".
Situația în jurul Coreei de Nord
Current Carbon Emissions Higher Now Than Most Seismic Climate Event Recorded
When scientists seek to understand the Earth's climate, they look to the past – previous, analogous episodes in the planet's environmental history are an informative guide to what to expect from current conditions. A new paper authored by an international team examines the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum, and offers some troubling conclusions.
Israel’s High Court Rules Against Same-Sex Marriage
Israel’s Supreme Court has ruled that same sex marriage is not a right, rejecting the Israeli Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Association’s argument that same sex marriage should be allowed under the country’s Basic Law of Human Dignity and Liberty.
Tens of Thousands Ask White House to Declare Billionaire Soros Terrorist
A petition on a White House website asking to declare billionaire financier and investor George Soros a domestic terrorist for acts of "sedition" has been signed by over 67,000 people.
Presidents Putin, Lukashenko to Inspect Russian-Belarus Drills
Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Belarusian counterpart Alexander Lukashenko will inspect troops during joint military drills called Zapad 2017, a Russian newspaper cited a senior official as saying Friday.
Romanian Foreign Affairs Minister: Romania could join the Eurozone in 2022
Teodor Melescanu, the Romanian Minister of Foreign Affairs, announced in an interview the year in which Romania, one of the fastest-growing economies in the EU, could enter the Eurozone.
The Merry Cemetery of Sapanta, a world-famous tourist attraction (VIDEO)
The Merry Cemetery is located in Sapanta, Maramures county, and was founded by a folk craftsman from Maramures, Ioan Stan Patras, a sculptor of tombstone crosses. How has this cemetery become a world-famous tourist attraction.
The Russian automatic nuclear-control system 'Dead Hand'. How does it work
A RIA Novosti contributor explains how Perimeter, the Russian automatic nuclear-control system dubbed 'Dead Hand,' actually works.
Romania, the country with the smallest number of atheists in the EU
According to the official statistics on the religiosity of the populations of the EU member states, the Romanians are among the most faithful citizens in the EU. In what countries most people do not believe in God.
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Lovitură în plin dată de Iohannis, a câștigat enorm!
În timp ce Parlamentul a adoptat o poziție moderată, președintele a luat o atitudine fermă - reacții de peste hotare, Iohannis a depășit până și Ungaria
Omor sau accident? Ce s-a întâmplat în realitate cu tânăra dispărută la Țipova
Tatăl tinerei mame găsită moartă la una din cascadele din Țâpova este sigur că aceasta a decedat în urma unui accident
Avertizare meteo: Cod galben de furtună în Capitală. Şcolile se închid
Meteorologii au anunţat cod galben de ploi şi vânt puternic în București. Primarul Capitalei a decis ca toate şcolile să se închidă mai devreme.
„Brexit - dezastru național". Marea Britanie va rămâne în UE și va adera la euro
Un politician britanic conservator, fost vicepremier al Marii Britanii, a făcut nişte afirmaţii surprinzătoare. Ce turnură ar putea lua situaţia în legatură cu Brexit?
Vine furtuna în Moldova: Descărcări electrice, ploi și vijelie în rafale
Serviciul Hidrometeorologic de Stat a emis avertizare cod galben de ploi de scurtă durată, descărcări electrice și rafale de 15-20 m/s.
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