Restricted traffic in Charles de Gaulle area, central Bucharest, after landing of American helicopter

Traffic is restricted on Thursday, in the area of Charles de Gaulle Square in central Bucharest, after an American helicopter participating in a training flight for Aviation Day, landed in a roundabout. As a result of the incident, two cars and two lighting poles were damaged, according to the representatives of the Road Brigade.

Bus carrying irregular migrants overturns in eastern Turkey

Twelve people were killed and 20 sustained injuries after a minibus carrying illegal migrants crashed on July 11 in the Muradiye district of Van province.

Turkey's Disaster and Emergency Management Authority (AFAD), firefighters, gendarmerie and medical teams were sent to the scene after reports of the crush.

Sniffer dog ‘Volta’ retires after 10 years of service

A sniffer dog named Volta has retired after serving for ten years in the gendarmerie forces in the western province of Manisa.

The Pointer breed dog's carrier in the gendarmerie forces began in 2011.

Volta assisted the local anti-smuggling and organized crime squad in the province of Manisa in 2016.

Gendarmerie's Major Adrian Dinca, elected chairman of Security and Safety Committee of Council of Europe Convention

Major Adrian Dinca, with the Romanian Gendarmerie, was elected chairman of the Council of Europe Convention on an Integrated Safety, Security and Service Approach at Football Matches and Other Sports Events (T-S4 Committee), for a period of two years, the Gendarmerie informs, in a press release sent to AGERPRES on Friday.

Academy's head: Gendarmerie established, like the Academy, in same period of Romanian state's modernisation

The President of the Romanian Academy, Ioan-Aurel Pop, said on Thursday at a symposium dedicated to the 171st anniversary of the creation of the Romanian Gendarmerie, that the celebrated institution, like the one he represents, was established during the same period of modernization of the Romanian state.