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42 They also urged the Croatian police to find the perpetrators as soon as possible. This incident is an act of hatred towards everything relating to Serbs in Croatia and is contrary to the basic European values of trust, tolerance and the rule of
President Tomislav Nikoli n Tuesday receiving the letter of credence of Croatia's newly appointed ambassador to Serbia Gordan Markoti. Nikoli and Markoti are seen in Belgrade on Tuesday (Tanjug) Nikoli sai during the ceremony that he was convinced
Croatia was welcomed into the European Union family as the bloc's 28th member on July 1st, despite the deep reservations concerning the country's weak economy, rampant corruption and inefficient judicial system. But that's not all. In the run-up to
Tottenham have identified the next Luka Modric' and are reported to be closing in on a deal for Dinamo Zagreb star Alen Halilovic. The creation midfielder was the subject of a double bid by Spurs earlier this winter when the north London club made a
Commemoration of Serbs murdered in Operation Storm carried out by Croatian armed forces was held for the first time after 18 years in Zirovac. Tanjug In Operation Storm, Croatian forces attacked former Republika Srpska Krajina (RSK) which was a
European Union leaders are turning their attention away from the bloc's economic ills and toward embracing once-troubled countries in the Balkans. Presidents and prime ministers from the 27 EU nations overcame British-French divisions and agreed
The Balkans will not be isolated after Croatia joins the EU and I do not see any reason to stop the EU enlargement, Croatias President Ivo Josipovi has said. Ivo Josipovi (FoNet, file) I believe in the future of Bosnia-Herzegovina, he told Turkish
They turned football stadiums into battlegrounds and then fought real wars. Now, nearly 20 years after the wars ended, the Balkan states are mulling the formation of a joint football league, hoping to give a new life to the once-thriving competition.
Croatian FM Vesna Pusi and Slovenian State Secretary Tone Kajzer have initialed a memorandum of understanding that should solve a bank dispute. The memorandum of understanding was initialed in Zagreb and it represents a solution for Ljubljanska Banka.
Whether the name of the war-scarred town on the Danube is written in the Latin or Cyrillic alphabet is a sensitive question. Croatia's upcoming entry into the European Union is forcing residents of the Balkan country to answer it. More than twenty