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Over 18 percent of Romania's preteens and teens say their parents only think what they do on line, but in reality they do not know quite everything, while over 13 percent of them say their parents know nothing almost nothing about it, according to the findings of a survey of the children's use of the Internet conducted by the Institute for Crime Prevention and Research released
A cold wave is expected to gradually cover the entire Romania, Saturday night through Sunday, with 27 counties from Moldavia, eastern Transylvania, Oltenia, Muntenia and Dobrogea placed under code orange for freezing weather.
Romania will support a possible modest increase in the national contribution to the European Union's budget so as to maintain adequate allocations for EU policies, in particular for the cohesion and the common agricultural policy, Romania's President Klaus Iohannis told an informal meeting of the European Council in Brussels on Friday.
As many as 135 prosecutors with the National Anti-corruption Directorate (DNA) have decided to initiate and convey to the Supreme Council of Magistracy (CSM) a petition requesting the defence of the prosecutors' professional reputation and independence, following the affirmations made in the public sphere by people holding public or political positions which sustain the idea that anti-c
The campaign "Romania Flotilla Centenary. A promotion project of Romania in European cities 2018-2019," initiated by ICR London and the "Ivan Patzaichin-Mila 23" Association, was launched on Friday at Romexpo.
A new major player enters the food delivery sector in Bulgaria. Amsterdam-based Takeaway.com acquires "Hello Hungry", the company behind the local market leader BGMenu, in a EUR 10.5 million deal. The Dutch group acquires 100% of the company, pays the cash and invests additional funds in Bulgaria and Romania.
European Union annual inflation was 1.6 percent in January 2018, down from 1.7 percent in December 2017; the highest annual rates were recorded in Lithuania and Estonia (both 3.6 percent) and Romania (3.4 percent), according to data released on Friday by Eurostat, EU's official statistics bureau.
President Klaus Iohannis on Friday signed a decree promulgating the implementation of the "Indirect Fire Capabilities" chapter in the "Multiple Launch Long-Range Rocket System" military acquisition programme, the Presidential Administration reports.
Prosecutor General Augustin Lazar will present point of view about the proposal of Justice Minister Tudorel Toader to dismiss from office National Anti-corruption Directorate (DNA) prosecutor-in-chief Laura Codruta Kovesi, after the Justice Ministry publishes the report.
An exhibition called "Romania's Royal Family on the fronts of the Great War (1916 - 1918)" will be premiered at the main offices if the Romanian Cultural Institute in Budapest on 1 March, the Cotroceni National Museum reported on Friday.
The AGERPRES documentary "The Greater Union - 100 Years of Romania" on Thursday ran for the first time in the presence of Custodian of the Romanian Crown Margareta and Princess Maria, at a screening hosted by the CinemaPro hall in Bucharest.
AGERPRES Director General Alexandru Giboi said before the screening that the film is "hundred percent about emotions."
Over 1,000 persons protested on Thursday outside the Gov't headquarters after Justice Minister Tudorel Toader's announcement regarding the initiation of the the procedure for removing from office Chief Prosecutor of the National Anticorruption Directorate (DNA) Laura Codruta Kovesi.
The Ambassador of the Republic of Moldova to Bucharest, Mihai Gribincea, said on Thursday that many Romanians consider they have nothing to visit in the Republic of Moldova different than what it is in Romania because the two nations share the same language and the same history.