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Traffic restricted 18 hours at Victoriei due to protests  Traffic will be restricted on Wednesday starting at 12am around the Government's building so that police officers can set up the area for the protest of the unions where 20,000 people are expected, police officers inform, quoted by Romanian news agency NewsIn.
The first classic motorcycles parade in Bucharest Bucharest will host on Saturday the first parade of classic motorcycles at Enescu square starting 11 am continuing towards Romania's National History Museum where registered motorcycles will join the crowd.
Vaya Con Dios will perform in Romania for the 3rd time Known as the most successful Belgian band, Vaya Con Dios will perform in Bucharest on October 13 at Sala Palatului an acoustic concert. The two-hour long event will bring tunes with Gypsy influences, but also Johnny, a cover after one of Edit Piaf's songs, who in her turn was inspired by Sanie cu zurgalai, sang by Romanian Maria Lataretu. 
ING will sack 280 staff in Slovakia and the Czech Republic after opening a regional centre in Romania ING will sack up to 280 employees next year in Slovakia and the Czech Republic, after transferring some activities in Romania, according to Reuters. The number of the staff to go represents 30-40% of the total ING employees in the two countries. 
Citizens in Bucharest invited to go green September 22nd marks, globally, the day when citizens give up their personal cars and use an environmental friendly transport. It is the day in which citizens attempt to use their bike, walk or hop onto public transportation.
Yann Tiersen returns to Romania French musician Yann Tiersen, known to the large public for his compositions featured in Le fabuleux destin d'Amelie Poulain and Good Bye Lenin!, will perform in Romania for the second time. The event is scheduled for November 4, staring 8 pm at Sala Palatului in Bucharest, ARTmania informs. 
Four hectares of Bucharest park claimed back by former owners. Decision expected on Tuesday Four hectares of Bucharest park Plumbuita are subject of a court case in which former owners of the land claim it back. Should the green area be given back to its owners, it might be used to build a residential quarter, Bucharest District 2 mayor Neculai Ontanu claims.
Salman Rushdie confirms his visit in Romania in November Salman Rushdie, one of the most important writers of the moment confirmed his visit to Romania in November from the 23rd to the 26th. The visit will include some events in Bucharest - conferences, meetings with writers and the press or tea with Romanian writers and a short trip to Transylvania, central Romania, Polirom publishing house informs.
Train connecting Bucharest North Train Station to Otopeni International Airports stands The train connecting Bucharest's biggest train station, Bucuresti Nord to Henri Coanda International Airport will not be annulled on the short term, because in the last months the traffic increased steadily with about 6 to 8%, Romanian news agency Mediafax informs. In the upcoming weeks, authorities will install a roof top to the Otopeni train station, as a response to complaints.
Romanian Transport Ministry signed a 300 million euros loan with EIB for the Drumul Taberei-Universitate underground Romanian Ministry for Transport and Infrastructure (MTI) signed a loan with the European Investment Bank (EIB) worth of 300 million euros for the Drumul Taberei-Universitate underground in Bucharest. The deadline for the agreement was November 22, Romanian Transport minister Radu Berceanu announced on Thursday, according to Romanian news agency NewsIn.
Heineken Romania gives up the malt production and sacks 61 employees Heineken Romania will renounce producing malt in the plants from Hateg, Craiova and Miercurea-Ciuc starting October 19. The producer announced on Thursday that this decision is to encourage the company's efficiency. As a result, 61 people will be sacked. 
The Greens 'painted' Victoria Square red Remus Cernea will be the Green Party's presidency candidate, if he manages to raise 200,000 signatures, Antonio Momoc writes on his blog. He used the internet to mobilise citizens to express their political option through a symbolic gesture.
After SUV, Dacia will launch two or three larger models Dacia will launch SUV in 2010, which will be followed by two or three bigger models on the BO Logan platform, Renault's operational manager Patrick Pelata declared in Bucharest. He says that there won't be a Dacia to meet five starts after the EuroCAP tests soon, since the newest impact tests feature some conditions which Renault do not consider important for safety and will include them because it would increase the price.
Bucharest days: concerts, theaters and exhibitions Local authorities organize several concerts, theaters and exhibitions on Saturday to mark 550 years since Bucharest was first mentioned in written. The events will start on Saturday, 10 am with a Children Carnival in Herastrau, one of Bucharest's biggest parks and various cultural events will take place over one week, Romanian news agency Mediafax informs.
The President's name, booed at "George Enescu" Festival A number of people from the audience present at "George Enescu" music Festival on Tuesday evening booed when Romanian Culture minister Theodor Paleologu pronounced the name of President Traian Basescu while offering Russian violinist and conductor Maxim Vengerov a decoration on behalf of the head of state.
Taxis, forbidden to station in Bucharest Henri Coanda International Airport Taxis are forbidden to station in Bucharest's International Henri Coanda Airport parking lots and any attempt to pick up or harass passengers is strictly forbidden, airport authorities informed on Tuesday, quoted by Romanian news agency NewsIn.
Malika Mokeddem launches her novel in Bucharest Diverta Magheru will launch on Tuesday, September 8, at 6:30 pm, the novel The Forbidden Woman by Malika Mokeddem, in the presence of the author, born in Algeria and settled in France.
Orient Express train stations in Bucharest Europe's most known train, Orient Express will be stationed on Monday, in Bucharest's main train station after it will stop in Sinaia, a mountain resort nearby. Each year, by now famous, Orient Express links Paris to Istanbul.
Second Honey Fair in Bucharest The second edition of the Honey Fair was organized in Bucharest: producers and sellers lured visitors with various natural honey products from honey to food supplements or cosmetics. Producers were also able to find professional equipments to collect honey and could attend various presentations from producers.
George Enescu festival draws over 300 international participants Over 300 participants from more than 30 countries convene in Bucharest for the period of August 30-September 6 to attend the 12th edition of the George Enescu international music competition.

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