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Croatia one step closer to joining Schengen free movement area
EU governments have concluded that Zagreb is able to ensure the security of the bloc's external border, a highly sensitive topic amid renewed concerns over migration.
Europe rights court slams Croatia on Afghan family pushback
The court ruled that Croatia illegally pushed back a migrant family in 2017. A 6-year-old girl was killed by a train on the border with Serbia shortly after the removal.
Croatia commemorates 30th Anniversary of fall of Vukovar
Croatian citizens pay respect to the victims of military aggression on the town of Vukovar in 1991 – a three-month siege by Yugoslav troops and Serb paramilitaries, which ended by the fall of the town on 18 November 1991, 30 years ago.
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Former Croatian minister arrested on suspicion of EU fraud
The alleged offences were committed within the Croatian Ministry for Regional Development and EU funds.
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Croatian police identify mysterious woman found in remote island area
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Croatia counting down to join the Eurozone from 1st January 2023
Croatia celebrates as €420m bridge on Adriatic coast nears completion
Ten killed, 44 injured in bus crash in Croatia
A bus swerved off a highway and crashed in Croatia early on Sunday, killing 10 people and injuring at least 30 others, police said.
Rainbow flag burned and marchers assaulted at Zagreb gay pride march
It is the first time violent assaults have been recorded against participants since 2011, organisers said.
Activists block traffic on Bosnia-Croatia border over migrant rights
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EURO 2020: This is your quick guide to Croatia
Croatia were runners-up at 2018 FIFA World Cup, could they go one better this time around?
Croatia lures digital nomads with tax breaks
Craving a change of scenery? Croatia could be just the place for you this summer.
Green MP Tomasevic beats far-right singer in Zagreb mayoral election
Tomislav Tomasevic, who pledged a progressive environmental policy to improve life in the Croatian capital, won 65% of the vote.
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Green-leftist in run-off for mayor of Croatian capital Zagreb
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Viral photos of Croatian politicians have been circulating on social media and it's all over a rule of law dispute.
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