Press Review 18 Nov 13

Romania Press Review – November 18, 2013

Church activities may remain tax-free. Steven Seagal adopts a stray dog. Earlier Black Friday for some retailers.

Bucharest

PRO TV

Church activities may remain tax-free as they are of general interest, according to deputy-prime minister Liviu Dragnea.

LIBERTATEA

US actor Steven Seagal has adopted a stray dog saying he wants to give an example for Romanians.

CAPITAL

Romania’s largest online retailers will organize the Black Friday campaign a week earlier this year.

Balkan Insight has not verified the facts in the original press reports and cannot vouch for their accuracy


Talk about it!

blog comments powered by Disqus

Related Headlines:

croatia-s-saudi-arms-sales-fresh-new-scrutiny-02-22-2017
22 Feb 17

Croatian Agency Backs BIRN’s Arms Investigation

Croatia’s statistics bureau has confirmed data showing that 2016 was a record year for arms exports to Saudi Arabia, despite claims by a ministry to the contrary.

22 Feb 17

NATO Black Sea Plans Cause Dissent in Bulgaria

22 Feb 17

Macedonia, Croatia Risk Trade War Over Wine

22 Feb 17

Montenegro on Alert Over New Cyber Attacks

Premium Selection

croatia-s-lgbt-community-spooked-by-nightclub-attack-02-21-2017
22 Feb 17

Croatia’s LGBT Community Spooked by Nightclub Attack

A recent attack on an LGBT club night in Zagreb rekindled fears of persecution and raised concerns that Croatia has not made as much progress on gay rights as some had hoped.

kosovo-s-mustafa-defies-tear-gas-and-resignation-calls-02-20-2017
21 Feb 17

Kosovo’s Mustafa Defies Tear Gas and Resignation Calls

Kosovo Prime Minister Isa Mustafa told BIRN that his government has already survived street protests and tear gas attacks, and will ignore the opposition’s continued calls for early elections.

21 Feb 17

Croatia Profits from Syria’s Gruesome War