Weekly news retrospective: July 16-22, 2012

Here is the weekly news retrospective from July 16 to July 22, 2012:

July 16:

Images of Romania’s tourist attractions from 39 cities on Google Maps

Basescu: Loosing the referendum is not an option

Most wanted Nazi criminal found in Hungary

Olympic Village opens its doors 11 days before the Olympics

July 17:

Media market in Romania to reach $ 3.4 billion by 2016

Antonescu: In the unofficial report there are some themes that exceed not only the CVM, but also the powers of the European Commission

Blejnar supported from May 2011 to July 2012 the group that initiated the evasion mechanism

July 18:

Former chief of staff Blejnar wife Codrut Marta heard in a case of pandering

A pregnant 19 year old dies after being stabbed with scissors by boyfriend

BREAKING NEWS: Two trams collided in Rahova, at least 11 injured

Doping in the Tour de France stops the competition for one cycling star

Floreasca Hospital manager, heard by the DNA in the case of favoring Adrian Nastase

BREAKING NEWS: Bombing in the bulgarian Burgas resort: Explosion in a Israeli tourist bus

July 19:

U.S. began to prepare for the collapse of the Syrian Government

A party in Norway requires exit of the country from Schengen because of Romania and Bulgaria

Two assistants of the MPs Adrian Severin and the administrator of a company, indicted

July 20:

Ethics Committee at the University of Bucharest: Victor Ponta plagiarized his doctoral thesis

Author of the Burgas attack came from Romania into Bulgaria

Basescu has no special telephone as of 18:00PM today

July 22:

Fernando Alonso wins German Grand Prix

Bradley Wiggins wins the 99th edition of the Tour de France

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