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B. 2017-09-17 Powerful storm kills eight in Romania Timisoara, Romania
2. 2017-02-01 Romania protests grow over corruption decree Bucharest, Romania
3. 2016-12-11 Social Democrats easily win Romania parliamentary election BUCHAREST, Romania
E. 2016-06-17 4 dead when bus overturns in central Romania Persani, Romania
F. 2015-11-07 Romania nightclub fire: Death toll rises to 38 Bucharest, Romania
6. 2015-11-04 Romania: Protests despite Victor Ponta's resignation University Square, Bucharest, Romania
2015-10-30 Romanian nightclub fire leaves 27 dead Colectiv, Bucharest, Romania
I. 2015-08-07 Drought affects shipping on Romanian stretch of Danube Danube, Romania
J. 2014-12-15 Helicopter crashes into lake in Romania, 3 missing Siutghiol Lake, Romania

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Powerful storm kills eight in Romania  A storm in western Romania has killed eight people and injured at least 67. Most of the victims were in and around the city of Timisoara French Open: Jelena Ostapenko beats Halep to win first Grand Slam  Unseeded Jelena Ostapenko fought back to stun third seed Simona Halep and become Latvia's first Grand Slam champion at the French Open


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Social Democrats easily win Romania parliame...
4 dead when bus overturns in central Romania
France tops group after Switzerland draw; Al...
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Balkan states threaten border closures
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Romanian nightclub fire leaves 27 dead
Drought affects shipping on Romanian stretch...
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Romania PM admits election defeat
Helicopter crashes into lake in Romania, 3 m...
Maria Sharapova beats Simona Halep to win Fr...
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2014 2014
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Nato jets to monitor Ukraine border
2013
Romania and Bulgaria controls lifted
Chevron suspends shale gas exploration in Ro...
Horsemeat scandal widens across EU
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Romania and Bulgaria controls lifted
Chevron suspends shale gas exploration in Ro...
Horsemeat scandal widens across EU
Horsemeat scandal spreads
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2013 2013
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2012
Ponta's ruling coalition 'wins' Romania elec...
Romania president 'survives' vote
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2012 2012
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Atletico Madrid win Europa League
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2012 2012
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2012 2012
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2010
France to begin Roma deportations
Fifth baby dies after hospital fire
Four babies die in nursery fire
Israeli helicopter crashes in Romania
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2010 2010
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2010 2010
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Israeli helicopter crashes in Romania
Military plane crash kills at least 11
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Mayor's Nazi uniform provokes outrage
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2008
Parties in coalition talks after vote
France to send battalion to Afghanistan
Bush urging NATO expansion east
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2008 2008
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France to send battalion to Afghanistan
NATO chief: Afghan troop increase likely
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President: Vote is mandate for reform
Romania and Bulgaria join the EU
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2006
Bulgaria, Romania for EU on Jan. 1
EU entry hopefuls 'must do more'
Romania struggles to shelter flood victims
Danube at highest in more than a century
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2006 2006
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2006 2006
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2006 2006
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2005
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2005 2005
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Romania has deadly bird flu virus
Floods cause havoc across Europe
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2005 2005
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2005 2005
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2005 2005
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Ex-president wins landslide
Iliescu regains presidency
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Powerful storm kills eight in Romania Map of Timisoara Romania  A storm in western Romania has killed eight people and injured at least 67. Most of the victims were in and around the city of Timisoara   French Open: Jelena Ostapenko beats Halep to win first Grand Slam   Unseeded Jelena Ostapenko fought back to stun third seed Simona Halep and become Latvia's first Grand Slam champion at the French Open Birthday girl Jelena Ostapenko to face Simona Halep in final  20-year-old beat Timea Bacsinskzy 7-6 (7-4) 3-6 6-3. Halep later edged Karolina Pliskova 6-4 3-6 6-3   Romania protests grow over corruption decree Map of Bucharest Romania  Bucharest, has seen one of its largest ever anti-government protests after a decree was passed that could free officials jailed for corruption Social Democrats easily win Romania parliamentary election   Left-leaning Social Democrats easily won elections a year after a major anti-corruption drive forced the last Socialist prime minister from power France tops group after Switzerland draw; Albania beats Romania  France qualified for the knockout stage of Euro 2016 as Group A winners thanks to an uninspiring draw with Switzerland Albania beats Romania 1-0 for 1st Euro 2016 win  Albania scored its first goal and won its first match at the European Championship, beating Romania 1-0 4 dead when bus overturns in central Romania   A bus carrying children and teachers traveling to a folklore festival overturned. 26 more injured , with three suffering serious injuries France vs. Romania: Dimitri Payet stunner gives Euro 2016 hosts win  Giroud's header had given France a second-half lead before Stancu equalized with a penalty. Payet's 89th-minute curling shot secured a 2-1 win Afghanistan: Nato soldiers killed in 'green-on-blue' attack  Two Romanian soldiers have been killed and a third was wounded when two attackers wearing the uniform of Afghan security forces opened fire on them Romania nightclub fire: Death toll rises to 38   Six more people have died of their injuries following last week's fire at a Romanian nightclub, bringing the number of deaths to 38, officials say Romania: Protests despite Victor Ponta's resignation Map of University Square Bucharest Romania  Thousands joined a march in the Romanian capital Bucharest, hours after Prime Minister Victor Ponta resigned over a deadly nightclub fire Romanian nightclub fire leaves 27 dead Map of Colectiv Bucharest Romania


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  162 more were injured when a fire broke out in Bucharest late Friday. There were 300 to 400 people in the Colectiv, a large room with a stage
2015 Oct.24   Balkan states threaten border closures  Bulgaria, Romania and Serbia say they could close their borders to avoid becoming buffer zones for new arrivals 2015 Aug.7     Drought affects shipping on Romanian stretch of Danube   Romanian authorities say a severe drought is affecting shipping but ships are still managing to navigate along Europe's second longest waterway

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2014 Dec.15   Helicopter crashes into lake in Romania, 3 missing  Authorities say a helicopter carrying four people has crashed into an icy lake in southeast Romania. One person was rescued 2014 Nov.16   Romania PM admits election defeat  Prime Minister, Victor Ponta, has conceded victory in the country's presidential run-off to an ethnic German mayor, Klaus Iohannis 2014 Jun.7   Maria Sharapova beats Simona Halep to win French Open  Sharapova drew on her fighting spirit once again, 6-4 6-7 (5-7) 6-4 in three hours and two minutes, in a dramatic final 2014 Mar.10   Nato jets to monitor Ukraine border  Nato is to deploy reconnaissance planes Awacs in Poland and Romania to monitor the Ukrainian crisis

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2013 Dec.31   Romania and Bulgaria controls lifted  Citizens of Romania and Bulgaria can work without restrictions across the European Union from Wednesday 2013 Dec.7   Chevron suspends shale gas exploration in Romania  U.S. oil company has suspended exploration for shale gas in NE Romania after hundreds of anti-fracking protesters tore down fences 2013 Oct.25   FBI on the hunt for eBay 'fraudster'  The FBI has issued wanted posters for a man they say is behind an eBay car scam that has netted $3m 2013 Feb.16   Romanian film wins top Berlin prize  The Romanian film Child's Pose has picked up the coveted Golden Bear prize for best film at the 63rd Berlin film festival 2013 Feb.11   Romania rejects blame for horsemeat  The prime minister has denied allegations that two abattoirs in his country sold horsemeat purported to be beef to European food companies 2013 Feb.10   Horsemeat scandal widens across EU  French consumer, agriculture and food ministers are to hold crisis talks with key players in the meat industry as the horsemeat scandal widens 2013 Feb.9     Horsemeat scandal spreads  A frozen food producer caught up in a scandal over horsemeat found in beef products i said it will sue the Romanian producer

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2012 Dec.9   Ponta's ruling coalition 'wins' Romania election  Social Liberal Union (USL), the centre-left coalition of Prime Minister Victor Ponta, is projected to win Romania's general election 2012 Jul.29     Romania president 'survives' vote  Traian Basescu appears to have survived a referendum on his impeachment 2012 May.9   Atletico Madrid win Europa League  Atletico Madrid beat Athletic Bilbao 3-0 in the all-Spanish final of the Europa League in the Romanian capital Bucharest 2012 Jan.15   Protesters gather for fourth straight day  Protesters seeking the ouster of President Traian Basescu and early elections gathered in a main square of Bucharest and 18 other cities

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2010 Aug.19       Fifth baby dies after hospital fire  Medical staff and parents frantically tried to enter a burning intensive care unit in Giulesti Maternity Hospital to rescue 11 premature newborns 2010 Aug.18     France to begin Roma deportations
  France is to begin deporting Gypsies back to Romania, as part of a crackdown on illegal camps in the country 2010 Aug.17   Four babies die in nursery fire  The fire at Giulesti Maternity Hospital began after an electrical cable in the air conditioning system caught fire behind a wooden closet 2010 Jul.26   Israeli helicopter crashes in Romania  Seven people, including six Israelis, are feared dead after CH-53 crashed in Romania during a joint military exercise 2010 Jul.5   Military plane crash kills at least 11  A military plane crash near the Tuzla Romania Airport has killed 11 people, including air force Col. Nicolae Jianu, and injured three more

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2009 Jul.21   Mayor's Nazi uniform provokes outrage  Jewish organizations called for Radu Mazare, the mayor of the town of Constanta to resign and face a criminal investigation

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2008 Dec.2   Parties in coalition talks after vote  The two parties projected to have won the most votes are holding rival talks about forming a government while awaiting the final results 2008 Apr.2   France to send battalion to Afghanistan  The move will help NATO meet Canada's requirement that it send more troops to the volatile southern province of Kandahar   NATO chief: Afghan troop increase likely  Secretary-General Jaap de Hoop Scheffe: NATO leaders are likely to approve an increase in troop deployments to Afghanistan   Bush urging NATO expansion east  Speaking ahead of Nato's summit in Bucharest, Bush said the former Soviet states of Ukraine and Georgia should be offered paths to membership 2008 Apr.1   Bush in Romania for Nato summit  US President is expected to push for Nato's eastern expansion during a key summit in Romania

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2007 Nov.9   EU far-right bloc faces collapse  The European parliament's far-right bloc faces collapse after Romanian MEPs said they would quit over an Italian's 'xenophobic' remarks 2007 Oct.17   Czechs, Greece and Romania qualify  The Czech Republic made a superb 3-0 victory over Germany. Greece have a narrow 1-0 victory against Turkey. Romania, Luxembourg, 2-0 2007 May.27   Romanian drama wins Cannes gold  4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days has won the Palme d'Or. A Russian actor and a South Korean actress took top acting honours 2007 May.19     President: Vote is mandate for reform  Traian Basescu, suspended by parliament for alleged abuse of power, survived a referendum on his impeachment 2007 May.18   Vote on president's fate  A referendum will decide the fate of the country's suspended President Traian Basescu 2007 Jan.1       Romania and Bulgaria join the EU
  Huge celebrations have been held to mark the accession to the European Union, 17 years after the fall of Communism
 Tens of thousands attended concerts in Bucharest and Sofia. EU now has 27 members and 0.5 billion people. The two new countries face export bans on certain foods. Bulgaria has been warned that 55 aircraft could be grounded


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2006 Sep.26       Bulgaria, Romania for EU on Jan. 1
  A report is recommending to the European Union that they accept the two poorer Balkan nations 2006 May.16   EU entry hopefuls 'must do more'  The European Commission has recommended that Bulgaria and Romania join the EU next year as planned 2006 Apr.26     Romania struggles to shelter flood victims  More than 15,000 who fled areas flooded by Danube are crowded into tents and faced with food supplies 2006 Apr.20   Dica delivery gives Steau the edge  Bucharest edged out Middlesbrough 1-0 in their UEFA Cup semifinal first leg clash 2006 Apr.15     Danube at highest in more than a century  The breaching of a dam eased pressure on towns and villages struggling to hold back the floods 2006 Jan.14   5 killed in mine blast  2 more are missing after the explosion may have been caused by an accumulation of gas

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2005 Oct.16   Romania works to contain bird flu strain  Health officials were spraying disinfectant on the tires of vehicles to contain a deadly strain 2005 Oct.15       Romania has deadly bird flu virus
  The deadly H5N1 strain that has infected humans in Asia has spread to Europe
2005 Oct.7   Bird flu village isolated  Officials quarantined a Danube delta village of about 30 people after 3 dead ducks there tested positive 2005 Aug.27   Europeans begin flood clear-up  Downpours from Berne to Bucharest have caused more than $1 billion in damage in Switzerland alone 2005 Aug.24     Floods cause havoc across Europe
  Torrential rains across central and eastern Europe are killing up to 34 people, 25 in Romania alone, 11 in Switzerland
2005 May.22   Romanian journalists freed  3 Romanian journalists and their Iraqi-American translator were freed after 2 months in captivity 2005 Mar.29   Romanian journalists missing  3 journalists kidnapped in Baghdad managed to send desperate messages before disappearing

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2004 Nov.28   Runoff likely in poll  Exit polls showed no clear winner in the presidential election 2004 Nov.27   Romania votes in close elections  The governing ex-communists are facing a challenge from a new centrist opposition alliance 2004 Oct.29   Chelsea ditch Mutu over drugs test  Chelsea have sacked their Romanian striker after he tested positive for cocaine last month 2004 Apr.28   Romania thrash Germany 5-1  Germany suffered an embarrassing blow to their Euro 2004 preparations

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2003 Oct.1   Inquiry into gypsy child wedding  The Government has opened an inquiry into the marriage of the 15-year-old schoolgirl daughter of a gypsy king

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2002 Oct.13   Raid nets 'blasphemous' briefs  Authorities impounded a shipment of women's panties imprinted with an image of the Virgin Mary 2002 Sep.6   Stranded Romanian seaman head home  7 sailors and their captain stranded in a Dominican port for two years left for home 2002 Aug.8   Romania shuns EU over U.S. immunity  Romania has struck a deal to prevent U.S. peacekeepers from falling under the jurisdiction of a new war crimes court

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2001 Dec.3   Europe anti-terror summit  Foreign ministers of the 55-nation OSCE opened a 2-day conference. Powell to join the session 2001 Nov.14   Slovenia in, Romania out  Slovenia, Romania 1-1. Slovenia clinched its first-ever berth in the World Cup finals 2001 Aug.8   Szabo won 1,500 meters  Gabriela Szabo would not run if Russia's Yegorova was permitted to compete after testing positive for a banned drug 2001 Aug.7   Mine blast kills 13  Explosion in a coal mine was sparked by methane gas leak 2001 Jul.8   To build Dracula themepark  Transylvanian city of Sighisoara, the birthplace of Vlad the Impaler, has won the right to host a multimillion dollar theme park 2001 Jun.12   Toddler rescued from well  6-hour ordeal broadcast live on national TV. 2-year-old girl plunged into the well. Mother grabbed the crank 2001 May.28   19 treated after tunnel fire  Romanian truck loaded with beets caught fire in a tunnel

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2000 Dec.11     Ex-president wins landslide
  Ion Iliescu had won 67% and will return to power for a 3rd term. Tudor got 33% 2000 Dec.10   Polls give Iliescu 70%  Iliescu, post-communist president from 1990 until 1996 2000 Nov.26     Iliescu regains presidency  Exit polls make former communist a clear leader among 12 candidates 2000 Nov.25   Polls predict a win for left  Romanians ready to punish centre-right for 4 years of economic hardship in presidential elections
before year 2000
Jan. 9, 1792       Treaty of Jassy
  A pact between the Russian and Ottoman Empires ending the Russo-Turkish War and confirming Russia's dominance in the Black Sea