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What the newspapers say: August 23, 2007

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Joi, 23 august 2007, 0:00


The Romanian Intelligence Service (SRI) risks to lose its monopoly on phone tapping, parliamentarians discussing the possibility to form a new intelligence service, "The National Interceptions Authority", designed exclusively for collecting information via phone and mail interception.
Also in the news, the Romanian Patriarchy officially accuses daily "Cotidianul" of trying to destroy its reputation.

A major series of Danone yoghurts, with berry, cherry, apricot and strawberry flavors were withdrawn from the market because it was infected with dioxin. all the yoghurt produced on August 20 was confiscated from stores, but sellers say most of it was already bought by consumers, Evenimentul Zilei reads.

Far from the market incidents, the National Interceptions Authority is the latest project of the Senate, following a series of scandals on more or less legal phone tapping evidence presented in courts.
Romanian Intelligence Service (SRI) officials say the measure would be devastating in many aspects and suggest that the SRI attributions should be enlarged instead, Gandul reads.

Also in the top news, Romania has for the first time a candidate for the Emmy awards, in the News section. ProTv cameraman Sergiu Matei was nominated for a piece of news about the „Tibetans at the Chinese Border”, a report in which he managed to film Chinese border patrols shooting Tibetan pilgrims, Evenimentul Zilei reads.

In other news:

- Gandul: Over 177,000 new cars were sold in Romania in 2007, 22.4% more than the similar period last year. In the same area, General Motors may open in Romania its Opel production facilities, a 500 million euro projects that may also be hosted by Bulgaria or Poland.

Cotidianul - Seaside apartments saw prices growing 25% this year and the price may still increase some 10%, because of the increasing prices for construction materials and the easier credit obtaining conditions.

Cotidianul - The Patriarchy considers that the articles published by the newspaper about the Communist files on the recently deceased Patriarch, Teoctist, is an attempt to discredit the Church.




















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