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1.VIDEO:  Yokozuna Asashoryu makes quite an impression on return to sumo competition Grand champion Asashoryu made quite an appearance on his return to training before the Tokyo sumo turney due to begin late this week on Tuesday. It was the first appearance of the Mongol after the scandal last year when he was seen playing football in Mongolia shortly after refusing to attend the sumo circuit on medical grounds.
2.Al-Qaeda may get radioactive material from Romania Mohammed ElBaradei, the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency, has expressed concern about the traffic of radioactive material in Romania, Ukraine, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan, according to Romanian news station Realitatea TV. In an article for an Arab newspaper quoted by Italian media, ElBaradei said that a nuclear or radioactive attack by al-Qaeda might be possible.
3.Romania National Bank ups rate 0.5% to 8% The National Bank of Romania-BNR increased the reference rate 0.5% to 8% on Monday, confirming analyst predictions. The BNR board believes that remaining pressure on domestic demand and the possibility of staying effects of offer-related shocks as well as risks about a possibly significant worsening of inflationary forecasts force a more restrictive monetary policy, a bank press release says.
4.Romania challenges EC decision to cut carbon emmissions Romania has urged the Court of Justice of the European Communities to annul an European Commission decision to demand a Romanian cut of carbon emissions by 20%. The Romanian government made the decision to move against the EC call at its last session last year, arguing that the Commission exceeded its attributions through a discriminatory measure. It is the first such act by the government in Bucharest since Romania joined the EU a year ago.
5.American woman of Romanian descent collects money for Iraq football league A football league for children is expected to be established in Iraq by the end of the month in a project aimed at contributing to the reconciliation between various ethnic groups in the country. The initiative belongs to an American woman who has discovered her passion for football in her country of origin, Romania.
6.Sony pune catalogul Beatles la dispozitia publicitarilor Intregul catalog Beatles va fi pus la dispozitia creatorilor de publicitate, care vor putea include in spoturi melodii ale celebrei trupe britanice, anunta The Sun. Decizia apartine Sony/ATV, ce detine drepturile asupra a 259 de cantece compuse de John Lennon si Paul McCartney si care a impus drept conditie, pentru folosirea acestora in mesajele publicitare, ca piesele vizate sa fie re-orchestrate de alte trupe.
7.A freezing Nabucco? The EU-supported Nabucco natural gas pipeline project aimed at connecting the Caspian fields with Europe is jeopardized by insufficient reserves, an aggressive policy from Russia and the failure of Turkey to intervene in due time, according to energy experts quoted by Turkish Daily News, cited by Romanian monitoring agency Rador.
8.Politia romana, depasita de situatie in lupta cu profesionistii fraudelor pe eBay Politia romana se loveste in continuare de numeroase probleme de personal si cu o lipsa acuta de fonduri in eforturile sale de a combate criminalitatea pe Internet, in pofida sprijinului oferit de autoritatile federale americane si chiar de companii afectate de asemenea fraude, scrie Los Angeles Times in editia sa din 26 decembrie. Ziarul publica un amplu reportaj potrivit caruia retelele criminale din Romania devin din ce in ce mai ingenioase, in timp ce autoritatile se confrunta cu piedici structurale in lupta contra fraudelor online.
9.What the newspapers say: December 24, 2007 Romanian newspapers on Monday look into the future, present and past as they prepare for the Christmas holiday. The near future predicts a condemnation of the Ribbentrop-Molotov Pact, while 2008 is expected to turn Bucharest into the hub of the universe with a NATO summit next spring. Present comes with trampling consumers taking over hypermarkets across the country, while one newspapers look into the traditions of Christmas, many of them forgotten.
10.Romania breached EU law ten times in 2007 The one-year experience as a EU member state brought Romania some serious confrontations with Brussels. The first car registration tax, the improper functioning of the 112 emergency phone number and misleading advertising are only three of ten issues for which the European Commission opened infringement procedures against Romania this year.
11.Romanian autonomous workers spark vivid debates in Germany The suicide attempt of a Romanian construction worker and strikes organized by Romanian workers on construction sites in Cologne and Dusseldorf this year have pulled the alarm on the risks of "autonomous workers" in the EU. A series of German firms, many of them active in construction works, are using illegal practices to obtain cheap labor. Dr. Ortwin Weltrich, head of the Cologne Chamber of trades, believes 90% of these one-employee firms fall in the bulk of self-employed professionals.
12.Economy minister Vosganian on 2008 economic risks facing Romania Romanian Economy and Finance minister Varujan Vosganian says in an interview for that he has proposed - and the prime minister allegedly accepted - that a hugely controversial tax on the first registration of cars, which has sparked trouble with the European Commission, be kept but be paid according to the value of the cars. He also says he expects natural gas price rise by one figure starting January 1, 2008, salaries increase by 20% next year and the 2008 budget not be affected by social deals between the governing Liberals and the opposition Social Democrats.
13.EU official: First year of Romania as a EU member state a success The first year of Romania as a EU member state was a success, the head of the European Commission delegation to Bucharest Donato Chiarini believes. The EU official admitted Romania had a problem with structural funds absorption but says it is normal that the first years as a member state come as a period of adjustments.
14.Fog, snow seriously affects traffic in Bucharest, surrounding areas A layer of thick ice covered much of Bucharest roads on Monday morning, seriously affecting traffic on Christmas Eve, while intense fog and snow hindered proper driving in many areas in southern Romania. Drivers have been urged to keep low speed as police announced an increased number of minor car crashes over the weekend and in the first hours on Monday.
15.50 Romanians stuck on Moscow airport, another 200 waited 15 hours on Heathrow due to bad weather 51 Romanian citizens were stuck on the Moscow airport due to bad weather on Monday at noon. The group, including locally known pop band Akcent and football player Ciprian Marica, have been waiting for 14 hours to return home and were promised to depart Moscow on an Aeroflot plane at about 11.30 a.m. Another 200 Romanian citizens were forced to wait for more than 15 hours on London Heathrow due to heavy fog this weekend.
16.Liberal leadership nominates Senator Norica Nicolai as Romania Justice minister The political board of the governing National Liberal Party (PNL) has approved Senator Norica Nicolai to take over the Justice minister portfolio on Monday. The ministerial seat was left vacant a week ago following the resignation of ex-minister Tudor Chiuariu. 28 members of the PNL board were in favor of Nicolai, with one vote against her.
17.Associated Press vinde serviciul in limba franceza Agentia de presa Associated Press isi va vinde serviciul in limba franceza unui grup condus de un fost director al Agentiei France Presse, grup ce beneficiaza de sprijinul financiar al unui grup de investitii francez, informeaza Reuters. AP a anuntat, intr-un comunicat emis vineri seara, ca vrea sa-si concentreze activitatile din Franca pe producerea de continut - stiri, materiale video si foto - in limba engleza, asa cum face peste tot in lume. isi muta vanzarile de publicitate de la Adevolution la Boom si site-urile conexe isi muta vanzarile de publicitate de la Adevolution la Boom, anunta Comanescu pe blogul sau. El spune ca singurele care nu vor ajunge la Boom vor fi proiectele speciale, care vor fi vandute direct.
19.Un francez a cumparat 10% din Trilulilu pentru 100.000 de euro Antreprenorul de origine franceza Alexis Bonte a preluat 10% din platforma de sharing Trilulilu, pentru suma de 100.000 de euro, potrivit unui comunicat de presa emis miercuri. Bonte are o experienta de opt ani in e-commerce si este cofondator al si boardmember in companii precum Centrofarm, GeneralCom, CPH Pharma, Farmacia y Salud,
20.PSD si PC - cea mai mare vizibilitate la TV, PD si PNG - cele mai multe aparitii in ziare PSD, PC si UDMR au fost partidele care au beneficiat de cea mai mare vizibilitate in emisiunile electorale dinaintea alegerilor europarlamentare din 25 noiembrie, potrivit raportului Temele europene si alegerile europarlamentare in presa, dat publicitatii de Agentia de Monitorizare a Presei. Pe de alta parte, in presa scrisa cea mai mare vizibilitate au avut-o Partidul Democrat si Partidul Noua Generatie, acesta din urma multumita indeosebi liderului sau Gigi Becali.
21.Functionarul Ambasadei SUA implicat in accidentul din Bucuresti s-a ales cu dosar penal Unui functionar al Ambasadei SUA, care a fost implicat, marti seara, intr-un accident rutier in Bucuresti, in urma caruia o femeie a fost ranita, i s-a intocmit dosar penal pentru vatamare corporala din culpa si pentru ca a refuzat testul de alcoolemie. Martorii oculari au declarat ca masina la volanul careia se afla functionarul Ambasadei avea o viteza foarte mare si ca soferul mirosea a alcool.
22.Un functionar al Ambasadei SUA, implicat intr-un accident la Bucuresti Un functionar al Ambasadei SUA a fost implicat, marti seara, intr-un accident rutier in Bucuresti, informeaza Realitatea TV. Accidentul s-a petrecut pe Bulevardul Beijing, in apropiere de Ambasada Chinei.
23.Zimbabwe strongman Mugabe criticizes Romania Robert Mugabe, the strongman who has been ruling Zimbabwe since 1980, has criticized Romania as part of a larger group of EU member states for the isolation policy applied to his country. Mugabe has been harshly criticized by German Chancellor Angela Merkel at the EU-Africa summit, while the African leader answered back with criticism of Italy, Spain, France, Greece, Belgium, Austria, Romania and Finland for not jumping in his defense.
24.Local court calls Romania first car registrarion tax illegal A man from the Western Romanian city of Arad has won a court case against the Romanian state over the controversial first car registration tax applied by the government and harshly criticized by the European Commission. Magistrates at the Arad court declared that collecting the tax, which the man challenged, was illegal as there were no legal tools for collecting it.
25.Publicitate lesbi - permisa in Italia, cenzurata in Elvetia Un mesaj promotional pentru statiunea Airolo din Elvetia, in care sunt prezentate doua tinere femei sarutandu-se, a putut fi inclus in varianta originala in campania publicitara desfasurata in Italia, dar a fost cenzurat in Elvetia, noteaza Corriere della Sera. Campania a declansat polemici in ambele tari.
26.Isarescu: BNR va incheia 2007 pe profit Romania va intampina probleme in absorbtia resurselor financiare externe, nu in atragerea acestora, de vina pentru acest lucru fiind structurile investitionale depasite, a declarat, miercuri, guvernatorul BNR Mugur Isarescu, citat de NewsIn. Prezent la Forumul Bancar Roman, el a mai afirmat ca Banca Nationala va incheia pe profit anul 2007.
27.Comert nuclear: trei persoane arestate in Slovacia si Ungaria Forte de politie din Slovacia si Ungaria au arestat trei persoane pentru tentativa de a vinde un kilogram de substanta radioactiva, au anuntat oficialitati din cele doua tari, citate miercuri de BBC. Acestea nu au precizat natura substantei respective, pe care cei trei ar fi planuit sa o vanda pentru suma de un milion de dolari.
28.Romania last in Europe in terms of ATM number Romania and Poland are last in Europe when it comes to the number of ATMs, Eurostat informs. The Romanian market offers only 20 ATMs per 100,000 inhabitants, while the number grows to 125 in market leader Spain.
29.Petrom 2007 budget review approved despite challenge The shareholders board of Romanian oil group Petrom aproved on Tuesday a review of the 2007 budget of the company despite the Athority of State Assets Recovery (AVAS) had announced it would oppose the proposal, sources close to the meeting told Romanian news agency NewsIn. AVAS, a government-controlled body, holds a 21% stake in Petrom, a company controlled by Austrian group OMV.
30.European Commission gives green light to 4.2 billion fund for human resources projects The European Commission has approved an operational programme addressing the development of human resources in Romania in 2007-2013, a press release of the Labor Ministry in Bucharest says. The sectoral operational programme POS-DRU lets future beneficiaries access funds amounting to 4.25 billion euro for projects related to such issues as modernizing educational and professional training systems, the adaptibility of workers and enterprises, promoting active measures of employment and the social inclusion of vulnerable groups.

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