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Nadia Comăneci: One can achieve instant fame as an actor, or being born a princess, but to become an Olympic champion it takes a lot of work

"Say It As It Is” Series of Interviews conducted by Marius Tuca Marius Tucă: Going back to the book you wrote, you stated such simple and such true things at the same time. For instance: ”Dear...

The Social Democrat Party Works Hard To Its Own Dismantling

ION CRISTOIU - June 28 2004 The political parties making the Alliance - the Democrat Party (DP) and the National Liberal Party (NLP) - did away with their state of euphoria following the results in the local...

The Former Intelligence Officers and the Former Petty Criminals

by DORIN TUDORAN - August 13 2004 A lot has been written about the former members of the communist intelligence services [Securitatea]. It is still done: with a lot of tolerance. It will still be done:...

Unbearably Easy

By EMIL HUREZEANU Monday evening. Seven o’clock. News bulletins begin on all television channels with the report on the dead girl, as if we would be all cast in a seemingly endless English movie,...

President’s Loneliness

EDITORIAL - December 1st 2004 There’s no need to prove that the Presidents are also humans, since we have enough proof to say it isn’t so. The Presidents (of state) are some little machines...

Asia Shaped Souls

SCHOOL - January 29th 2005 4 year old children from a kindergarten in Bucharest have donated for Asia. They bagged their parents to give them money for the Asians from who the "water took their toys and houses". ...

The Romanians Don’t Want Any Troops in Iraq

Many Romanians don’t want any anticipated elections, don’t agree with the presence of the Romanian military troops in Iraq and believe that the GRP (Great Romania Party) leader, C. V. Tudor,...

Simona Marinescu: "You Can’t Imagine the Things the Kidnapped People Are Going Through"

Simona Marinescu has been in Baghdad for the last two years, at first as a special emissary of the Romanian Government, and now as a representative of the British Government and of the World Bank. She agreed to talk wi...

"We Want to See Them All Safe Back Home"

Secretly, the members of the three Romanian journalists’ families have talked yesterday, at the Cotroceni Palace, with President Traian Basescu. They didn’t want any press members present, such...

The Euromania of Integration

Hello! Europe, hold on! Here we come! Not a day goes by in the news or on the first page of the newspapers without us stumbling against some great words, harshly scratching our eyes and ears: integration, adherence, co...

The University Plaza: "We Want Them Alive!"

Tens of people gathered in the University Plaza on Wednesday as well and they wanted to show their solidarity with the four Romanians kidnapped in Iraq. This time, slogans were shouted and the people asked for the...

From Hostage Crisis to Journalists’ Crisis

The three journalists released by the Iraqi terrorists ten days ago called yesterday a press-conference which rather obscured than clarified issues. By OANA STANCU, ALEX NEDEA, LUCIAN FLOREA EVENT...

The Romanian Hostages in Iraq Planned to Escape

Read the last episode of the series written by Marie-Jeanne sIon, journalist with Prima TV and former hostage in Iraq, trans. notet "Every morning we were following a ritual for washing and using the toilet. During...

Back from Inferno

Eleven Romanian tourists that had left for Egypt to spend their vacations came back in the country, yesterday. They landed on the Henri Coanda Airport at 2:15 a.m., at the exact date and time set at the departure. Their...

Basescu Attacks Tariceanu

Corruption in health, customs, the energetic area, in the Petrom privatization, and the Government has the strings. These were yesterday’s accusations from President Traian Basescu, who started an amazing...

Expired Missiles

Krista van Veltzen is the Dutch member of the Parliament for whom the agreement for the selling of the "Hawk" systems for 23.5 million euros to Romania by her country is very questionable. The member of the Parliament...

He Is Coming Home…in a Box

Correspondence from Paris Florin Ilie Mois was 21 years old. He has been working in France for five years. He knew his way around and was selling cars and working on the construction sites. He was shot on Monday...

One Life as His Birthday Present

On his birthday, Vasile Andrii, a miner from Anina, saved the life of a co-worker who was caught by the explosion deep into the mine. Vasile was the first one to go down in the mine after the explosion hoping to find his...

Interview with Marie-Louise Paulesc

New York, March 1, 2006 MLS In the essays that accompany the interviews in your book, you speak about the social role of the philosopher as "public intellectual". What is the main difference in approaching this...

"Undercover" Foreign Businesspersons

The law project regarding the national security makes the secret services more powerful. They couldn’t complain about the lack of freedom until now. There weren’t too much remarkable results...
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