Bulgarian Foreign Affairs minister: Bulgaria will be ready to join Schengen in March 2011. I hope Romania will make efforts to be prepared Both Romania an Bulgaria need to continue their efforts to be prepared to join Schengen in March 2011 but Bulgaria will surely comply to all requirements and will be ready to join in March 2011, Bulgarian Foreign Affairs minister Nikolay Mladenov declared in an interview for Standart News. He also expressed his hope that Romania will make the same efforts to be ready to join Schengen in March.
Romanians third in world pessimists top lead by the French  Romanians are third in world pessimists top after the French and the Icelandic, according to a survey related to the 2011 economic perspectives ordered by the French daily Le Parisien and conducted by BVA Gallup in 53 countries.

Romanians prostituted by force in Spain, currency for cars 

The Spanish civil guard discovered a network of felons that brought to Spain Romanian women, looking for a job, whom they obliged to prostitute in Alicante region, Romanian daily Romanul din Spania reads.
Romanian singer Inna winner of the Eurodanceweb Award  Famous Romanian singer Inna won the tenth edition of the Eurodanceweb 2010 considered the best position ever won by a Romanian in the history of the competition, organizers inform. Even though she was on the third position in the online poll, the song of the artist, Sun Is Up won the trophy, as the jury decided.
Hungary takes over EU presidency 
Hungary took over on Saturday the presidency of the EU and the event was marked by Hungarian PM Viktor Orban's declarations, that this is good news for Europe, AFP informs. Hungary was recently criticized for the promulgation of a law that raises the issue of press freedom in the country.
Spain adopted one of the toughest anti-smoking laws 
A new anti-smoking law was passed on Sunday in Spain, considered one of the toughest ever applied laws in this sector in Europe, Novinite informs. The new law bans smoking in all bars and restaurants, hospital courtyards and schools. 
A Romanian threw her newly born baby in the snow in Berlin 
A 20 year old Romanian in Berlin - Charlottenburg threw her newly born baby, born on Christmas day out of the window, in the snow. The baby did not die due to the fall, but later at the hospital. Doctors declared that the cold to which the baby was exposed caused his death, reads. Adriana B., the mother who threw her child works as a prostitute in the area. Police released an arrest warrant on her name. 
Bulgaria defies France and Germany and plans to join Schengen in March 2011 
Bulgaria declares clearly its purpose to join Schengen in March 2011 even though France and Germany decided to block the access of the two countries. Bulgarian Interior minister Tvetan Tvetanov declared that what today's newspapers read do not change Bulgaria's preparations for Schengen, Novinite reads. 
Ireland lost to Romania 200  highly qualified IT jobs
Ireland lost 200 highly qualified IT jobs to Romania due to the deficit of well prepared graduates in the IT sector, Irish Independent reads in its online edition. Intel Ireland was on the short list to obtain a project but was advanced by Romania that put forward a better offer. 
Serbian press: Jelena Jankovic will be trained by Romanian Andrei Pavel 
​Tennis player Jelena Jankovic will be trained by former Romanian tennis player Andrei Pavel, Serbian press reads. Number 8 WTA, Jankovic reached an agreement with Romanian Andrei Pavel, after an awful season. The best Romanian tennis player in the last 20 years will train Jankovic newspapers read. 
UPDATE Bulgaria's Ambassador to Romania collaborated with the Communist Secret Services in Bulgaria / Bulgarian PM Boiko Borisov calls for the resignation of 45 diplomats 
Almost half of Bulgaria's Ambassadors and consuls were informants of the Communist secret services, including current Ambassadors to Romania, Turkey and Greece, reads quoting the institution in charge with studying the archives of the former intelligence structure. UPDATE Bulgarian PM Boiko Borisov calls for the resignation of 45 diplomats that collaborated with the secret Communist services. Borisov declared that it is not normal for a democratic country to be represented by those who were against democratic principles at their time. 
Stockholm attacks: Taymour Abdel Wahab, the presumed kamikaze, Al Qaeda member 
The presumed author of the Stockholm attacks declared, in his will, that he actioned at the indications of the Islamic state of Iraq, the Iraqi wing of Al Qaeda, the American surveillance center of islamic sites center, SITE, informs quoted by French daily Le Monde. 
Romanian Emilia Morosan awarded by Barack Obama for her research results 
Two researchers from the Rice University in the US will be awarded today, December 13 by President Barack Obama for exceptional results in research, Romanian news Mediafax informs quoting 
Moldovan Constitutional Court approved the request of the Communists to recount votes 
Moldovan Constitutional Court approved the request of the Communists to recount the votes cast on November 28 at the legislative elections,the press at Chisinau reads. The Central Electoral Committee has 7 days to recount all votes. After the Novemer 28 elections, PRCRM submitted a complaint indicating irregularities in the verbal processed from voting sections. 
France will continue to repatriate illegal immigrants 
France will continue to fight against clandestine immigration and to repatriate illegal immigrants on its territory, Interior minister Brice Hortefeux declared in an inverview for French daily Le Figaro. He said that illegal immigrants needs to drop. According to him, France repatriated in 2010 about 25,500 illegal immigrants. 
Israel's call for help to Romania, Bulgaria, Croatia, Spain and France to extinguish the fire broke nearby Haifa / Romanian authorities might send help 
Israeli Foreign Affairs minister called for help to Romania, Bulgaria, Croatia, Spain and France to sent specialized planes to attend the operations to extinguish the fire that broke nearby Haifa, Haaretz announces. 
Bucharest dropped from 29 to 73rd positions in a top on most efficient metropolitan areas
Bucharest dropped to the 73rd position, from 29th in a most efficient capital cities top, based on economic performances, a Brookings Institution and London School of Economics top reads, quoted by Romanian news agency Mediafax. 
European budget commissioner: Romanian issues not exceptional / Leonard Orban: A cut in EU funds after 2014 not excluded The current economic environment is difficult and Europe is pessimistic, rather defensive - a situation which should not persist, European budget commissioner Janusz Lewandowski said in Bucharest on Thursday. He said that looking towards the the next 2014-2020 financial framework, the Cohesion Policy, used to allocate structural and cohesion funds, is not sufficiently defended politically and should be supported mainly by the states that take benefit from it, including Romania.
Former European commissioner Chris Patten in 2004: Romania was a feral nation Romania was a "feral nation", former European commissioner for international relations Chirs Patten was saying in 2004, according to a statement revealed by WikiLeaks. The Guardian quotes from the leaked US embassy cables a statement made by Patten in April 2004, when he was speakeing of the chances of Bulgaria and Romania to join the European Union.
Wikileaks publishes first cable from Romania Wikileaks has published the first cable sent by the US Embassy Bucharest. The document dated April 2006 is related to the international adoptions in Romania and to a letter sent by a Romanian adoption official. See the cable here.


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