Weekly news retrospective: June 25 – July 1, 2012

Here is the weekly news retrospective from June 11 to June 17, 2012:

June 25:

A man was hit by an ambulance

131 million Euros project abandoned in the Capital city downtown for over a year

Romanian Ford is ready to be launched: Ford B-Max in figures and images

June 26:

Romanians sentenced to prison for stealing from the mother of the French Minister of Interior

German Soccer Federation to be fined 25000 Euros

BREAKING NEWS: Ex-PM Adrian Nastase moved to Rahova penitentiary. The suicide attempt is under investigation, probably fake

June 27:

President Traian Basescu go to the European Council, decided the Constitutional Court. Ponta: Obviously, Thursday I will go to Brussels

How much did the Nastase family earned in 2011 from the sale of goods

Dacia launches Logan 2

June 28:

All the Romanian exam papers at the National Evaluation to be rectificated

Sergiu Celibidache, honored by GOOGLE with a logo for the 100 birthday of the conductor

Meningitis epidemic with over one hundred cases

EURO 2012: Spain beat Portugal after penalty kicks and qualified in the final

Bucharest-Ploiesti motorway opening delayed again

Rihanna, evacuated from a luxurious London hotel

June 29:

Rafael Nadal eliminated in the second round by ATP number 100

Journalists to Ponta in Brussels: “Mr. President”

Corlatean notified the CCR and ANI about the situation of judge Iulia Motoc

EURO 2012: Rome celebrates as ITALY beats Germany 2-1 and qualifies for the final in Kiev

June 30:

Opinion of the week: Fundraising for The Freedom of Speech

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