Brasov: Traditions and customs from more than 20 countries from outside EU presented at Multiculturalism Day

Bucharest, Oct 6 /Agerpres/ - Citizens from more than 20 non-EU countries, who live in Brasov, are presenting on Saturday, in Piata Sfatului, their countries' traditions and customs, in marking the 6th edition of the Multiculturalism Day.

Tennis: Four Romanian players among the seeded players at BRD Bucharest Open (WTA)

Not less than four Romanian tennis players are among the seeded players at the BRD Bucharest Open (WTA) tournament, equipped with total prizes worth 226,750 US dollars, to start on Monday on the BNR Arenas in the Capital City: Mihaela Buzarnescu is 2nd seeded, Irina Begu, last edition's winner, is 3rd seeded, Sorana Cirstea is seed no. 5 and Ana Bogdan is seed no. 6.

15 States Filed a Lawsuit Against the Suspension of the Program for the Protection of Migrants

Fifteen US states and the federal district of Colombia have filed a lawsuit in New York against US President Donald Trump's plan to end a program to protect young migrants from deportation, the Associated Press reported.

Grigor Dimitrov Qualifies for 8th Finals at Wimbledon. Successful Results for Aleksandrina Naydenova in Spain and Viktoriya Tomova In Rome

Bulgaria's Grigor Dimitrov has qualified for the 8th finals of the Wimbledon Grand Slam tennis tournament, reported BNT.

Dimitrov took the lead by 6-1, 6-1 when his opponent Dudi Sela abandoned the game in the third set because of an injury.

The match lasted one hour and three minutes.

She essentially ended slavery in Massachusetts by suing for her freedom in 1780

Elizabeth Freeman, also known as “Mum Bett” was born into slavery around 1742 in Claverack, Columbia County, New York.

Her owner, Pieter Hogeboom, gave her to Sheffield, Massachusetts, resident John Ashley when he married Hogeboom’s daughter Annetje. He was known to be one of the most prominent and respected men in western Massachusetts.

Zbigniew Brzezinski, US National Security Adviser to Jimmy Carter, Dies at 89

Zbigniew Brzezinski, the hawkish strategic theorist who was national security adviser to President Jimmy Carter in the tumultuous years of the Iran hostage crisis and the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan in the late 1970s, died on Friday at a hospital in Virginia. He was 89.