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Romania Press Review – September 18, 2015

The centre-left ruling coalition faces difficulties; new US Ambassador to Romania; UEFA hits Romania with stadium ban.

Marian Chiriac
Bucharest

ADEVARUL
The center left ruling coalition is to face hurdles, as PM Victor Ponta was indicted by anti-graft prosecutors for 17 offenses of forgery of private documents, complicity in tax evasion and money laundering.

MEDIAFAX
Hans Klemm was sworn in as US ambassador to Romania in a ceremony that took place at the US Department of State, according to the Bucharest US Embassy.

DIGI 24
Romania have been punished for racist and violent behaviour by fans with an order to play their final football European Championship qualifying home match in an empty stadium.

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

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