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Viorel Florescu, Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer who captured images of war, revolution and daily life, dies ...

Newsday 06 May 2022
Florescu — known as “49” for his radio call number — was born in 1949 in Sighisoara, in the historic region of Transylvania in Romania, where he coached judo ... His subjects included child soldiers in Colombia, the Philippines, Sierra Leone and Liberia; revolution in Romania; war in ...
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Viorel Florescu, Pulitzer-prize winning photographer who captured images of war, revolution and daily life, dies ...

Newsday 05 May 2022
Florescu — known as “49” for his radio call number — was born in 1949 in Sighisoara, which is in the historic region of Transylvania in Romania, where he coached judo.
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Explosions in Moldovan region near Ukraine spark war worries

Federal News Radio 27 Apr 2022
BUCHAREST, Romania (AP) — Two explosions in a radio facility close to the Ukrainian border knocked a pair of powerful broadcast antennas out of service in Moldova’s separatist region of Trans-Dniester, local police said Tuesday ... No one was hurt, officials said. Zero Trust Exchange ... The two antennas were used for broadcasting Russian radio shows.
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More explosions in separatist Trans-Dniester, near Ukraine

North Shore News 26 Apr 2022
BUCHAREST, Romania (AP) — Two explosions in a radio facility close to the Ukrainian border knocked a pair of powerful broadcast antennas out of service in Moldova's separatist region of Trans-Dniester, local police said ... No one was hurt, officials said. The two antennas were used for broadcasting Russian radio shows ... “Bad news ... "Good news ... .
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