Bomb threat at Timisoara airport
The activity of the Timisoara airport was interrupted yesterday for about one hour, after the officials were announced that a bomb was on board an aircraft due to land. According to Realitatea TV, several aircrafts that should have landed at Timisoara were deviated to Arad Airport. According to the information received by the officials of the airport from Timisoara, the bomb was on board of a Carpat Air aircraft coming from Turin. Until the situation from the airport from Timisoara was cleared up, three Carpat Air aircrafts had already landed at Arad.
Romanian-born German threatened to kill self in ECHR HQ
A Romanian-born German man on Wednesday entered the European Court for Human Rights (ECHR) headquarters in Strasbourg and threatened to set himself on fire, Mediafax reported. A spokesperson for the ECHR, Roderick Lidell said the man had filed a complaint against the German state, which was rejected in 2005 and then filed a second one, for reasons that are not very clear. The man poured gasoline on his clothes and threatened he would set himself on fire, before being stopped by security forces.
Romanians arrested in Italy for prostitution
Four persons born in Romania were arrested yesterday by the Milan Police Department for sexual harassment, abduction and prostitution, yesterday’s edition of the daily paper “l’Adige.it” reported, as quoted by the daily paper Evenimentul Zilei. The police officers were announced about the existence of this group by another person arrested for sexual assault that revealed the investigators that there was a group specialized in recruiting young girls from Romania then forcing them to work as prostitutes in Italy. At the beginning of this week, six other Romanians were arrested in the Peninsula for using fake credit cards. The card reproducing equipment was found at ATMs in the cities Pescara (in Eastern Italy), Bassano del Grappa (in the North) and Rapallo (in the West of the Peninsula.) In all of these cases, the Italian police officers collaborated with their Romanian counterparts in order to catch the offenders.
Fourteen-year-old teenager and her child disappeared
A young woman left the Mother & Baby Care Centre of Targu-Jiu to visit her family, never to return. According to the yesterday edition of the daily paper “Adevarul,” Maria H., aged fourteen, had a two-month-old baby boy, and shortly after giving birth to the child, she was hospitalized to the Mother & Baby Care Centre of Targu Jiu. The teenager was granted permission to visit her home and her mother, where she safely arrived, yet disappeared together with her child after a while. The teenager’s mother and the management of the institution filed a complaint to the Police Department, claiming that the young woman disappeared from her home on March 27 and never returned. According to the management of the Mother & Baby Care Centre, the young mother had had an affair with a 28-year-old man living in Petrosani, who had fathered her child. The teenager is a member of a poor family and her father was convicted to prison for attempted murder.