Romania: 2 foreign ministry staff suspected of taking bribes for work done at cultural center

September 22, 2015 4:04 PM

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BUCHAREST, Romania – Anti-corruption prosecutors in Romania say a manager of a cultural center in Rome and his wife who works at the Romanian Embassy in Rome are being probed on suspicion of taking bribes.

The anti-corruption prosecutors' office said Tuesday that Nelu Bitica, a manager at the Accademia di Romania in Rome which is under the authority of the foreign ministry, and his wife Gabriela Bitica, who works at Romania's embassy in Rome, are suspected of taking 13,300 euros ($14,900) from a priva...

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