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1.What the newspapers say: July 20, 2006 A businessman accused of terrorism is gone missing as authorities try to re-arrest him. The legacy of the Securitate, Ceausescu’s political police, spreads within political circles in Bucharest. Romania cuts some of its troops in Iraq. And Romanian wine is struggling to keep up with foreign competition on the local market. All in today’s newspapers.
2.Third wave of Romanian nationals leaving Lebanon Some 200 Romanian nationals evacuated from Lebanon are expected to return home by Friday morning, President Traian Basescu announced today. They’re leaving the conflict zone towards Syria by bus and are to arrive in Romania by plane. The head of state said some 19 other nationals who could not reach the Romanian Embassy in Beirut will leave Lebanon by foreign ships toward Cyprus and are to be transferred on Romanian planes there.
3.Special commission to analyze criminal case against Defence minister A special commission gathers at the Presidential Palace in Bucharest on Thursday to discuss a series of criminal charges against Defence minister Teodor Atanasiu, after a clash of words between him and presidential spokeswoman Adriana Saftoiu.
4.Liberals collect signatures for Iraq troops' withdrawal The leadership of the National Liberal Party - PNL, a senior member of the governing coalition, starts a campaign on Thursday to collect signatures in support of the withdrawal of Romanian troops from Iraq. The campaign will start in Bucharest and aims at collecting 300,000 signatures as the party considers that a scheduled withdrawal is a must for Romania, as most countries participating to the coalition forces in Iraq, including the US and the UK, have announced similar moves, a PNL press release says.
5.Heat wave to hit Romania this weekend Temperatures are expected to exceed 36 degrees Celsius in Western and Southern Romania over the next three days, meteorologists have announced. Thermal comfort index may exceed the critical threshold of 80 units during the period.
6.Heads of Romanian intelligence services resign over missing businessman The heads of the Romanian Intelligence Service, Foreign Intelligence Service, and the Information and Internal Protection Directorate resigned on Thursday evening, following a meeting with Romanian President Traian Basescu. The reason for this collective resignation is the fact that Omar Hayssam, a Romanian businessman of Syrian descent, who has been charged with terrorism, is missing and the Romanian authorities lost track of his whereabouts.
7.Hyundai cars sale doubled Hyundai Auto Romania sold 3300 cars in the first six months of the year, up 96% in compared to the same period of 2005. The company explains the sales’ increase due to the new Hyundai models sold in Romania. Hyundai Auto Romania has doubled sales in the last three years and holds 3% of the import cars market share.
8.More Romanians return home from Lebanon More than 220 Romanian citizens are to return home from Lebanon with three planes on Thursday night. The Romanians crossed the Lebanese border to Syria and are now safe, a press release by the Romanian presidency informs.
9.Another journalist confesses collaboration with Securitate Journalist Carol Sebastian, radio and TV producer, confessed for the central newspaper “Cotidianul” that he had collaborated with the former Securitate - the communist militia. Following his statement, Sebastian has informed the public TV station that he interrupts his Sunday show.
10.SAPARD funds to be suspended The SAPARD funds aimed at financing the rural development projects will be ceased as the application forms request more money than the Fund can provide. The requested sum amounts to 1.63 billion Euros while the Fund has 1.5 billion Euros left. The last day for projects’ submission is July 31, 2006.
11.More Romanian tourists in Antalya The number of Romanian tourists spending their holidays in Antalya has increased significantly to 7,271, up 53% in the first semester 2006, compared to the same period in the previous year, according to Turkish Daily News.
12.Un focar de infectie in plin centrul municipiului Alba Iulia Fostul spital ORL este locuit de "stafii" si caini vagabonzi
13.Judetul Alba intra printre primele din tara in Uniunea Europeana Odata cu incheierea programelor de restructurare - modernizare, judetul nostru se va putea mandri cu 2 mari ferme avicole, 12 fabrici de preparate din carne, 4 abatoare de bovine, 12 unitati de procesare a laptelui precum si alte cateva unitati piscicole si de albinarit
14.Investitie de 26 milioane de dolari pentru obtinerea de soda grea la Ocna Mures Investitorii indieni de la compania GHCL care au preluat UPSOM Ocna Mures intentioneaza sa investeasca 26 de milioane de dolari intr-un nou sistem tehnologic
15.Scheletele descoperite de arheologi in situl Lumea Noua - expertizate la Institutul "Mina Minovici" Cele peste o suta de schelete descoperite de arheologi in 2003 in cateva gropi comune, in situl neolitic din cartierul Lumea Noua, vor fi expertizate de catre specialistii Institutului "Mina Minovici"
16.Proiectul minier de la Rosia Montana da batai de cap angajatilor APM Alba In decurs de un an Agentia a avut 7 procese intentate de contestatarii proiectului; *Peste 350 de persoane din toata lumea s-au interesat la APM asupra consultarilor publice ce vor incepe luni
17.In caz de conflict armat,
Caucazul devine sursa de amenintari pentru securitatea Marii Negre
Epoca marilor nave de linie a apus, cuirasatele, crucisatoarele si in curand chiar si distrugatoarele fiind sau urmand sa intre in istorie prin scoaterea lor din serviciul tuturor statelor de pe mapamond dotate cu puternice flote militare.
18.Ioana Tariceanu a ramas fara geanta pe litoral Dat fiind ca este vara, soare, cald si toata lumea fuge spre litoral, personalitatile din viata noastra politica au sosit si ele, cu alai, la Marea Neagra. Unele fug dupa cumparaturi, altele se bronzeaza pur si simplu, iar altele se racoresc la terase.
19.Primarul Radu Mazare:
"Pe Sulfina Barbu nu am facut-o eu proasta, asa este ea”
Primarul Radu Mazare si presedintele Consiliului Judetean Constanta, Nicusor Constantinescu, au aratat ieri intr-o conferinta de presa ultimele solutii dictate de Departamentul National Anticoruptie in dosarele penale in care erau implicati cei doi.
20.Arhitectul Iancu are probleme la mansarda Administratorii asociatiilor de proprietari si societatile de constructii care doresc construirea mansardelor pe blocuri intampina greutati in realizarea proiectelor propuse, datorita unor reglementari impuse de arhitectul sef al orasului, Adrian Iancu, solutii ce fac imposibila eliberarea certificatului de urbanism, respectiv a autorizatiei de construire.
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