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UN Security Council voted, on Thursday night, a resolution authorizing an air exclusion area and any other measures necessary – including a military action – to protect civilians against armed forces of Qaddafi. The resolution leaves allies with the possibility to conduct air strikes against Libyan military objectives. read more...


President Traian Basescu’s statements at the recent EU Summit on Libya triggered a new nervous breakdown of Nicolas Sarkozy, determining Angela Merkel to call for calmness, EUObserver reads, quoting unidentified sources. read more...


The 127 million Japanese have been living a nightmare for the last three days: earthquake, tsunami and nuclear alert. read more...


Another reactor of the Fukushima 1 nuclear plant has problems with the cooling system, a Japanese official declared on Saturday night, quoted by Kyodo news agency and Reuters. read more...


Japanese PM announced on Saturday in a speech aired by CNN that no person was affected by radiations from the Fukushima nuclear plant. read more...


Romania’s Foreign Affairs Ministry said Saturday the country’s Embassy in Tokyo has received no information about Romanians being injured or left dead in the earthquakes that hit Japan over the past two days. read more...


The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the European Investment Bank and the International Finance Corporation made available EUR1.76 billion to support Romanian banks in the 2009-2010 interval, within a joint action plan aimed to help financial systems in Central and Eastern Europe. read more...


Romania rejects military interventions to end the crisis in Libya under the present circumstances, President Traian Basescu said Friday in Brussels. read more...


The Fukushima nuclear plant 1 registered on Saturday morning increases in its radiation level by 1,000 times due to a fault at the cooling system, according to Kyodo News. read more...


President Basescu declared on Friday, at Brussels, that there are about 2,500 Romanians in Japan and the Embassy is trying to reach all of them to identify their needs. read more...




The Japanese news agency Kyodo reported that at this moment 88,000 people are missing after the tsunami that hit Japan, BBC informs. The toll of deaths amounts to 290 people after 200- 300 bodies were found on the Sendai beach, North East Japan. read more...


Romanian President Traian Basescu was in Brussels on Friday to attend the extraordinary meeting of the European Council, the agenda of which includes the political situation in Libya and countries in the region, news agency Agerpres reports. read more...


Authorities in over 20 countries and many islands in the Pacific Ocean issued tsunami alerts on Friday following the major earthquake which hit Japan earlier today, followed by a 10 m wave, CNN reports. read more...


A powerful 8.9 Richter scale earthquake took place on Friday morning, in the North Eastern coast of Japan, the American center for earthquakes supervision announced. Several buildings in Tokyo were shaken real bad and a tsunami alert was instated in several countries. read more...


Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi is using mercenaries from Serbia, Ukraine and Romania to attack rebels in his country, claims Arab newspaper Ashark al-Awsat, quoted by Jerusalem Post. read more...


Romanian Foreign Minister Baconschi will pay a visit to Israel on February 28; a visit to the Palestinian National Authority is on Baconschi’s agenda on March 1, informed Foreign Ministry spokesperson Doris Mircea. read more...


Romanian President Traian Basescu attended Saturday in Kuwait celebrations of the country’s 50-year anniversary of its independence and 20 years of freedom from Iraqi occupancy. read more...


Romania is continuing efforts to evacuate its citizens from Libya by air and it is working on evacuating 44 Romanians from Benghazi by sea, the Foreign Ministry said Saturday. read more...


One of the two military aircrafts Romania sent to evacuate its citizens from Libya landed safely in Bucharest Friday morning, carrying 56 Romanians and foreign nationals on board. read more...


Romanian Prime Minister Emil Boc told European Council President Herman Van Rompuy Thursday Romania is expecting the EU’s Hungarian presidency to set a calendar for the country’s Schengen accession, adding the country has secured its borders. read more...



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