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Corneliu Chisu the first elected Romanian in the Ottawa Parliament: An extremely importat moment for Romanian immigration in Canada  Corneliu Chisu, member of the Conservative Party in Canada was elected on Monday in Ottawa’s Parliament after a victory in the general elections against Liberal Dan McTeague, thestar reads. Chisu, aged 62 ran in the Pickering – Scarborough East constituency.
Russia criticizes the decision to place the American anti-missile shield in Romania / Dmitry Rogozin: the plan is a Trojan horse The lower chamber of the Russian Parliament criticized the unilateral decision of Washington and Bucharest to place the anti-missile shield in Romania. Defense Committee VP Mihail Babici declared for the electronic publication Vzglia that the development if air defense in Europe should not be done without the synchronization of the Russian possibility to place a common shield. He said that such a system in Europe is against Russian interests. At his turn, Russia’s special representative to NATO Dmitry Rogozin said ironically that the plan is a Trojan horse.
Ten EU member states want to wait until 2014 to allow Romanian and Bulgarian workers on their labour markets  Ten EU member states want to wait until 2014 before completely opening up gates for the Romanian and Bulgarian citizens, Austrian Labour minister Rudolf Hundstorfer said, quoted by AFP. The adhesion treaty of Romania and Bulgaria, who joined the EU in 2007, reads that EU member states need to give up freedom of movement restrictions for workers as of January 2012.
A 23 year old Romanian is the image of the Italian Mille Miglia 2011 race  Romanian Madalina Ghenea is the image of the 2011 Mile Miglia race taking place in Italy on 1,600 km. Ghenea is well known in Italy as an actress. Miglia was a legendary race before the Second World War but was stopped and resumed only in 1977.
Danish Parliamentarians oppose Romania and Bulgaria’s joining Schengen Danish Parliamentarians, of all political parties insisted that the executive should stand by France and Germany and prevent Romanian and Bulgaria’s adhesion to Schengen, Focus news agency reads.
EU’s appointee Marian Petre’s at Eulex mission triggers reactions in Kosovo  The decision of European authorities to name Romanian colonel Marian Petre as chief of the special police department, part of the EULEX Kosovo mission triggers reactions in Kosovo. Vetesendosje movement, the second biggest opposition group in the Parliament forwarded a letter to the EU Foreign Affairs Representative, Catherine Ashton in which it requests the annulment of the appointment.
Pope sends red eggs to Romanian gypsies who occupied the San Paolo basilica  Pope Benedict XVI sent on Monday red eggs to the Romanian gypsies who occupied on Friday the San Paolo basilica, one of the oldest in Rome, Ansa news agency reports, quoted by Mediafax.
Romanian arrested on Malta airport with 2 kg of cocaine  A Romanian citizen was arrested on the international airport in Malta, following a 2 kg cocaine capture, the local police announced. Drugs were hidden in the luggage of a 62 year old Romania coming from Zurich, timesofmalta.com reports.
Judo: Alina Dumitru, European Champion at Istanbul  Romanian Alina Dumitru won the golden medal at the European Judo Championship at Istanbul. This is the seventh title won by the Romanian sportswoman after she beat Hungarian Eva Csernoviczki in the final.
Vladimir Voronin accuses Moldovan Defense ministry of forging secret deals with Bucharest  PCRM leader, Vladimir Voronin accused the Moldovan Defense ministry that it forget secret deals with Bucharest, pleading for Moldova’s complete neutrality, Romanian news agency Mediafax reads quoting Timpul daily. Former Moldovan President organized a press conference to present a draft law on the country’s neutrality statute.
Italian press: President Traian Basescu offered to host Tunisian immigrants  Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi was called by Romanian President Traian Basescu who offered to host 200 Tunisian immigrants, a press release of the Italian government reads quoted by the Italian press.
Schengen: Romania and Bulgaria are ready to implement the acquis Romania and Bulgaria proved that they are as ready as they can be to implement all Schengen acquis in a satisfying manner, the report set up by MEP Carlos Coelho on Schengen extension reads. The report will be presented on Tuesday morning in the EP Commission for Civil Liberties (LIBE), Romanian news agency Agerpres reads.
Romanian astronaut Dumitru Prunariu will be decorated by Dmitri Medvedev at the 50 years anniversary of the first man to fly into space  Russian President Dmitri Medvedev will decorate on Tuesday, the astronauts that contributed to the space exploration including Romanian Dumitru Prunariu, Romanian news agency Agerpres reports quoting the Kremlin’s press service. The ceremony marks 50 years since the first man flew into space, on April 12, 1961 by Yuri Gagarin who remains a national hero and a symbol of Russian domination in space explorations. The event is marked in Moscow and across Russia through exhibits, conferences and concerts.
Financial Times: Romania threatened by stagflation Stagflation, reflected in a stagnation of the economic activity and continuation of an inflationist process is being felt in Europe including Romania, Stefan Wagstyl Financial Times editor for emerging markets writes in his blog, beyondbrics. He notes that the annual inflation increased in March at 8% while the economy is struggling to grow after two years of recession.
Geneva’s inventions expo: 24 gold medals, 18 silver medals, 7 bronze medals and 20 special prizes for Romania  Romania’s delegation at the Geneva inventions exhibition obtained 24 gold medals, 18 silver medals, 7 bronze medals, 20 special prizes, Romania’s National Authority for Scientific Research informs quoted by Agerpres.
Topoloveni jam on the European quality food products list The famous Romanian Topoloveni jam joins over 1,000 food and other products protected by the European quality food system. Romania has local traditions with an extraordinary potential and the European recognition of the Topoloveni jam is just one step in the rpomotion and protection of the quality of Romanian products, EC Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development Dacian Ciolos said.
EC formally requests Romania to eliminate regulated prices in natural gas and electric energy  The European Commission made an official request to Romania, Poland and Italy to comply with EU regulations and align their regulated prices for natural gas and energy, a press release of the EC reads. According to it, the Commission decided to send motivated requests to the three member states. If they do not respect the obligations in two months, the Commission can address the Court of Justice.
Number of suicidal Romanians in Italian prisons alarmingly high / Romanian Justice ministry said it is worried 15 detainees killed themselves this year in Italian prisons of which 4 were Romanian citizens. Justice minister Predoiu sent an official letter to his Italian counterpart, declaring that Romania is worried by the cases registered in the last weeks.
AUDIO INTERVIEW Hannes Swoboda, deputy head of EP Socialist Group: MEP Adrian Severin has all reasons to resign and leave European Parliament Hannes Swoboda, the deputy head of the Socialist group in the European Parliament, has said in an interview with HotNews.ro that Romanian MEP Adrian Severin had all the reasons to resign following the recent Sunday Times-sparked scandal in which he and other members of the European body became suspect of corruption. Swoboda said that "our principle is zero tolerance in relation to corruption and bribes", but that he did not think Severin could be forced in any way to resign from the European Parliament.
Romanian chosen by Google to receive one of the ten scholarships awarded to students with disabilities A Romania, who is pursuing her Phd at a British university, was among the ten names chosen by Google to receive a scholarship for the most valuable students with disabilities at universities across EU, Switzerland and Israel. Romanian Aurora Constantain taught physics for two decades at a high school in Slatina and currently she is pursuing her Phd at Edinburgh University and participates in a project that uses technology to help autism children interact with the world.

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