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Champions League final: Where to watch LIVE match Tottenham vs Liverpool
The Spanish capital will have a uniquely English feel to it as tens of thousands of football fans travel to the city for the game inside Atletico Madrid's Wanda Metropolitano Stadium.
UEFA Champions League, finala: meciul Liverpool - Tottenham
Problems at Facebook - Reported Down in Parts of US, EU
The US company Facebook, which also owns Instagram, is one of the biggest social media platforms.
National Hot Dog Day 2018: great discounts and top 10 most popular toppings
Today Americans celebrate National Hot Dog Day. Fast food restaurants offer great discounts and freebies. The top 10 toppings in order of preference.
The signal sent by Putin to the world, about the anti-missile system in Romania
The US is apparently creating grounds for the withdrawal of the country from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF), and the Aegis system in Romania can easily be replaced with medium-range missiles, Vladimir Putin said at the Annual Press Conference held last Thursday.
Bitcoin price grows in galloping steps: a new record of his value
The bitcoin prise has reached a new record: the value of the world’s most popular cryptocurrency continues its never-ending ascent, as the price of Bitcoin reaches a new all-time high
Romania and Visegrad group urge EU to end double standards through regulations
Visegrad group as well as officials from Bulgaria, Romania, Croatia and Slovenia ask EU to establish regulations to remove double standards used by food companies in selling products under the same labels in Eastern and Western Europe.
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.
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Șoșoacă: ”Servicii secrete EXTERNE îl impun pe Arafat – mâinile lui sunt pline de sânge!”
Senatoarea face o acuzație gravă, care vizează nu doar o presupusă culpă a șefului DSU în cel mai nou răsunător incident mortal – ci și o implicare EXTERNĂ în ocuparea funcției din sistemul de urgență
Surpriză majoră la alegerile din Franța pentru Marine Le Pen și Macron
Sondajele au fost date peste cap – absenteismul record și-a spus cuvântul în primul tur al alegerilor regionale din Franța
România, din nou în pericol să fie umilită – iar guvernanții să ACCEPTE
După cum merg lucrurile, întrebarea vine firesc: oare când îi vom vedea pe Iohannis, Aurescu sau Cîțu în genunchi, la vreo partidă?
Adrian Năstase șochează: în relația cu Rusia ”rămâne să discutăm CINE este BOUL!”
Fostul premier atrage atenția că România ar putea fi vizată de un mesaj al Germaniei – chiar cu caracter imperios – și care se referă la Rusia.
Fost demnitar acuză că România va fi vândută pe bucăți
Fostul ministru al Transporturilor, Răzvan Cuc, scrie, pe pagina sa de Facebook, faptul că actualul Guvern pregătește vânzarea unor obiective strategice ale României, ”pe nimic”. Despre ce este vorba.
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