Croatia’s finance minister resigns

Croatia’s finance minister resigns

SARAJEVO, July 6 (Reuters) - Croatia's Finance Minister Zdravko Maric resigned late on Tuesday and Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic will propose economy professor Marko Primorac as the new candidate for the job,…
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Anti-abortion protest in Croatia

Anti-abortion protest in Croatia

Anti-abortion activists have protested in Croatia amid a fierce debate about reproductive rights in the country. While abortion is legal in the strongly Catholic EU nation, rising religious pressure means…
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Croatia confirms migrant pushback

Croatia confirms migrant pushback

Croatia acknowledged that its police officers had participated in a violent pushback of migrants on the border with Bosnia, and Greece promised to investigate reports of similar action by its…
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Photo Story: Flags festival in Zagreb

Photo Story: Flags festival in Zagreb

Two Segway drivers talk to each other at the installation of art flags during International art flags festival in the downtown Zagreb, Croatia, 19 August 2021. Croatian tourists’ association organises…
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New tremor rattles Croatia

New tremor rattles Croatia

A new earthquake of magnitude 4.7 was recorded at 22:29 yesterday in central Croatia, near Petrinja.According to data from the Italian National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology (Invg) and the…
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Croatia earthquake aftermath

Croatia earthquake aftermath

Anadolu - A number of people in quake-hit Petrinja of Croatia have spent the night outside at cars and tents after many buildings were destroyed by the earthquake. The death…
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Photo story: Schools open in Croatia

Photo story: Schools open in Croatia

Students wearing face masks sit in their class at school in Zagreb, Croatia, 07 September 2020. Croatian authorities decided to open all schools despite of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic situation in…
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