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News Moldavia: Israel, Moldavia Sign Travel Deal

News channel or source: http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/183437
Publication date: onday 09 April 2018

Israel and Moldavia signed a tourism agreement last week. The agreement was signed by Tourism Minister Uzi Landau, who signed the deal when he led a delegation to the central European country last week. Together with officials of the Economic Ministry, the ...

News Moldavia: Jewish connection could lead to Pale settlement

News channel or source: http://www.tribstar.com/community/jewish-connection-could-lead-to-pale-settlement/article_0ac38dae-4d9f-5ac1-ab03-ff7e282a2e22.html
Publication date: Saturday 24 February 2018

This territory included Lithuania, Belarus, Ukraine, Moldavia, and part of Poland, and was located on the western border of Russia. The total area contained 472,590 square miles – about twice the size of present-day France. With a large Jewish presence ...

News Moldavia: Romania profile - Timeline

News channel or source: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-17776876
Publication date: Wednesday 12 July 2017

A chronology of key events: 1600-1601 - The three historic principalities of Romania - Transylvania, Moldavia and Wallachia - are briefly united under one ruler, Michael the Brave. They had been under Habsburg and Ottoman domination. 1657 - Transylvania ...

News Moldavia: Holiday events stir Romania's Maramures, Moldavia regions

News channel or source: http://www.travelweekly.com/Destinations2001-2007/Holiday-events-stir-Romania-s-Maramures-Moldavia-regions
Publication date: Friday 06 January 2017

SIGHETUL MARMATIEI, Romania -- While centuries-old customs can be observed at festivals and in the day-to-day life of villages around this country, nowhere are they more vibrant than in the regions of Maramures and Moldavia, situated, respectively, in the ...

News Moldavia: Premiere: Phlake Mansion Bring Their Cinematic R&B To The UK With "Moldavia" And Two Live Shows

News channel or source: http://www.complex.com/music/2016/08/premiere-phlake-mansion-moldavia
Publication date: hursday 04 August 2016

Not long into their nascent career and Danish duo Phlake—which consists of producer Joanathan Elkær and singer/songwriter Mads Bo—have already seen their first two singles ("Pregnant" and "So Faded", preceding the Slush Hours album) already go ...

News Moldavia: Mad Cow's 'View from the Bridge' invited to Albanian theater festival

News channel or source: http://www.orlandosentinel.com/entertainment/arts-and-theater/the-artistic-type/os-et-mad-cow-albania-festival-20180417-story.html
Publication date: uesday 17 April 2018

Each year, the Skampa Festival welcomes more than 2,500 artists from Albania and other countries including the Netherlands, Italy, Bosnia Herzegovina, Greece, Russia, Argentina, Romania, Bulgaria, Moldavia, Germany, Lithuania, France, Macedonia ...

News Moldavia: SOVIET TURMOIL; In Moldavia, A Hankering for Attention

News channel or source: http://www.nytimes.com/1991/09/01/world/soviet-turmoil-in-moldavia-a-hankering-for-attention.html
Publication date: Sunday 31 December 2000

KISHINEV, U.S.S.R., Aug. 31— In the five days since its declaration of independence from the Soviet Union, the Moldavian republic has become a little annoyed with the world's failure to recognize it. After all, its residents ask, were they not, like the ...

News Moldavia: In Moldavia, Romania, an Ancient Faith Struggle With Modern Changes

News channel or source: http://www.ncregister.com/site/article/in_moldavia_romania_an_ancient_faith_struggle_with_modern_changes
Publication date: Saturday 17 January 2004

There are 260,000 Catholics in Eastern Romania, a predominantly Orthodox country of 22 million. Moldavia produces 100% of the country's clergy. Clergymen suggest a strong faith always existed in Eastern Romania, though they will admit that after decades of ...

News Moldavia: 6 Killed in Ethnic Violence in Moldavia

News channel or source: http://www.nytimes.com/1990/11/03/world/6-killed-in-ethnic-violence-in-moldavia.html
Publication date: Sunday 31 December 2000

MOSCOW, Nov. 2— Weeks of nationalist tensions in Soviet Moldavia turned to violence today as 6 people were reported killed and 30 wounded after Moldavian vigilantes entered a predominantly Russian-speaking town in the republic's separatist eastern region.