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  1. Stowaway On Plane To UK Caught After Taking Cockpit SelfieRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Austrian Times

    A Romanian who sneaked aboard a Wizz Air flight to London so he could go and see his girlfriend was arrested when security spotted him taking selfies of himself inside the cockpit. Cheeky Claudiu-Gabriel Costin, 30, had gone to the international airport in the city of Cluj in north-western Romania where, evading security, he got onto the runway and onto the stationary plane that was due to go to London Luton Airport.

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  2. Romanian man took selfies from inside empty plane cockpitRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | New York Daily News

    Claudiu-Gabriel Costin was able to get inside a plane at the international airport in Cluj, Romania with plans to head to London. He even took photos of himself to prove he made it inside.

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  3. Bucharest Wolves 10-52 Newcastle Falcons analysis: Job done in RomaniaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 26 | Chronicle Live

    James Ponton stepped up to head coach for the day and was rewarded by an efficient performance by Newcastle Falcons in Romania Newcastle Falcons' progression to the quarter-finals of the European Challenge Cup was greeted with fireworks in Cluj as the locals celebrated the anniversary of the birth of modern Romania. Thousands descended on the main square of the Transylvanian capital for a night of folk music and revelry, Falcons players among them after a routine victory against a Bucharest side playing a 'home' game 300 miles away from the country's capital.

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  4. Romanian stroll takes Falcons to European quarter-finalRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 25 | The Northern Echo

    NEWCASTLE FALCONS will take on Exeter Chiefs in the quarter-finals of the European Challenge Cup after successfully claiming a maximum five-point haul from their weekend trip to Romania. Falcons needed just 34 minutes to claim the four-try bonus point they required against Bucharest Wolves, and a one-sided contest in Cluj eventually ended in a 52-10 win for Dean Richards' side.

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  5. Bucharest Wolves 10-52 Newcastle Falcons: Falcons' Romanian routRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 24 | Chronicle Live

    Newcastle Falcons breezed through to the quarter-finals of the European Rugby Challenge Cup after a comfortable night's work in Romania. Wrapping up the required four-try bonus point inside 34 minutes it was little more than a training run thereafter, Bucharest Wolves facing wave after wave of attack in a game moved 300 miles from the country's capital.

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  6. Adam Powell backs chastened Newcastle Falcons to grab Euro lifelineRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 24 | Chronicle Live

    Adam Powell is adamant Newcastle Falcons are still ready to seize a European quarter-final place after having their fingers burnt last weekend. The former England Saxons man is in the Romanian city of Cluj for today's Challenge Cup group climax, Newcastle facing Bucharest Wolves in the knowledge that a four-try bonus point victory would definitely see them through as a best runner-up.

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  7. Cluj-Napoca's Transylvania Hostel Named 'Best Hostel in Romania'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | PR Log

    PRLog - Jan. 23, 2015 - CLUJ NAPOCA, Romania -- Cluj-Napoca is a hub of youth culture. With university students constituting nearly one quarter of the population, activities for every taste and interest, numerous festivals, and the honor of being named the European Youth Capital for 2015, it seems appropriate that the city should also be home to the top hostel in the country.

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  8. Newcastle Falcons strengthen with seven changes for Romanian tripRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | Chronicle Live

    Any fears Newcastle Falcons might rest their stars in Europe have been allayed with a full-blooded selection for Bucharest Wolves on Saturday Newcastle Falcons have shown they mean business in Europe by selecting a strong-looking line-up for Saturday's Challenge Cup group climax in Romania. Needing a four-try bonus point victory over Bucharest Wolves in Cluj, director of rugby Dean Richards has changed seven of the side beaten 40-29 by Newport Gwent Dragons last week, bringing back a host of his front-line stars.

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  9. Romanian who claimed he invented world's 1st jetpack diesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 20 | Deseret News

    In a photo taken on March 24, 2009, Justin Capra, a Romanian inventor who claimed he beat the Americans to make the world's first jet-pack, seen on photo wall behind top left, gestures sitting in a fuel efficient vehicle he designed at an inventions fair in Cluj, Romania.

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  10. Romanian who claimed he invented world's 1st jetpack diesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 20 | Norwalk Citizen News

    In a photo taken on March 24, 2009, Justin Capra, a Romanian inventor who claimed he beat the Americans to make the world's first jet-pack, seen on photo wall behind top left, gestures sitting in a fuel efficient vehicle he designed at an inventions fair in Cluj, Romania.

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  11. Transylvania next up as Newcastle Falcons fly out to RomaniaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 18 | Chronicle Live

    Chronicle rugby man Mark Smith will be packing the garlic as he travels with the Newcastle Falcons squad to Transylvania next weekend Falcons player Dom Barrow breaks a tackle during the Group 3 European Rugby Challenge Cup match between Newcastle Falcons and Bucharest Wolves I have been to some decidedly odd places in 11 years of following Newcastle Falcons around the world, but Transylvania tops the lot. That is where I and the squad will be next Saturday as the Falcons end their European Challenge Cup group phase against Bucharest Wolves, the game having been moved 320 miles away from the Romanian capital.

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  12. Soft Enduro Motorcycle Tour in TransylvaniaRead the original story

    Saturday Jan 17 | PR.com

    Soft enduro Motorcycle Adventure in Transylvania is a 7 day itinerary in the heart of the country, offering rides on some of the best soft enduro roads in the West Carpathians - Sunset Mountains. Turda, Romania, January 17, 2015 -- -- Designed as a private tour, for private groups of friends or colleagues, the itinerary offers: - rides in Devil's Valley - rides in Hell's Valley - rides in Ponorului Citadels and Turzii Gorges - the most important natural reservations from Transylvania Huda lui Papara Cave - it is believed that Huda lui PaparA communicates with that cave in Germany in which Pied Piper hid the children from Hamelin.

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  13. Mum Who Went To Pray For Sick Child Returns To Find She DiedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 16 | Austrian Times

    The mother of a critically ill teenage girl who vanished when doctors told her there was little hope her child would survive had been praying in a monastery. And by the time devastated Lacramioara Elena Dobrican, 38, had returned to the hospital in Romania where her daughter had been fighting leukaemia, she learned that the child had died.

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  14. QUDAL: Romanians Consider the Iulius Mall No. 1 in Terms of QualityRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 15 | 24-7 Press Release

    The first QUDAL - QUality meDAL research in Romania shows that when the citizens of Romania think about the shopping centers offering the absolute highest quality in the market, they associate this concept with Iulius Mall. This is the result of the first QUDAL - QUality meDAL research in Romania performed by the Swiss organization ICERTIAS - International Certification Association GmbH.

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  15. Romania's Transport Master Plan put on holdRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 14 | Nine O'Clock

    A document for which a lot of work was done and a lot of money was paid to a consultancy company that drafted it. Many brains in the Transport Ministry and the government were worked up on the issue of whether there should be a Sibiu-Pitesti highway or not.

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  16. Tudor Chiuariu suspends himself from PNLRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 14 | Nine O'Clock

    Liberal Senator Tudor Chiuariu said on Tuesday he was suspending himself as a member of the National Liberal Party . 'I have decided to suspend myself from the National Liberal Party until the situation regarding the accusations made last week is clarified', the former Minister of Justice states in a release.

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  17. Ex-Rev Castillion Lands in RomaniaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 10 | New England Soccer Today

    Just over a month after he was jettisoned to the Colorado Rapids, who subsequently declined his option, the 23-year-old Dutch striker signed an 18-month deal with Universitatea Cluj of the Romanian First Division on Wednesday. "I've known Geoffrey since the time when he was one of the top players got Ajax's Academy," Cluj coach George Ogararu told the club's official website, according to an online translation service.

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  18. Transylvania's Religious Schools Rise From the GraveRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 9 | Transitions Online

    When Balazs, an active and chatty 8-year-old, started public school two years ago, he could already read and write, the lucky brother of two older boys who had taught him to read various stories that had piqued his curiosity. "Balazs had been waiting to follow his brothers into the classroom, expecting it to be fun," his mother, Reka Foris, said.

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  19. Jane Bradley: My Christmas wish for RomaniaRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 26, 2014 | Scotsman.com

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. IT MIGHT not be a particularly festive topic, as you're probably reading this while stuffing your faces with leftover mince pies and watching Kung Fu Panda 2 on TV.

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  20. Now Romania Sets Its Sights On Becoming Tech Start-up Capital Of EuropeRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 21, 2014 | Forbes.com

    I'm fascinated by entrepreneurs, which is why I've spent almost twenty years writing about them and their businesses, across all sectors; how they innovate, problem solve, disrupt, and drive growth, among many other things. When I'm not covering the business start up scene, I'm writing about business management, talent, social enterprise, business education, finance, franchising for the British national press, including The Guardian and The Times, and leading business and finance journals and periodicals such as Director, Economia and Edge, as well as their online media channels.

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