Bosnian Capital’s University Revokes Izetbegovic’s Teaching Post

The Senate of Sarajevo University revoked the teaching contract of Sebija Izetbegovic, director of the Sarajevo Clinical Centre and professor at the Faculty of Medicine in the Bosnian capital, removing her as a full professor at the Faculty of Medicine on Wednesday. 

"Anyone who dares, like German scumbag, to arrest him will face nuclear strike" VIDEO

"The crimes were allegedly committed on the occupied territory of Ukraine at least since February 24, 2022. There are reasonable grounds to assume that Putin bears individual criminal responsibility for the aforementioned crimes," the ICC said on Friday.

Croat Detained for Posting Videos of Him Racially Abusing Foreigners

The main square in Zagreb. Photo: EPA-EFE/ANTONIO BAT

The 35-year-old man from Ivanic Grad, 30km from Zagreb, is in custody, police said on Monday.

Police said the video could qualify as a criminal offence of public incitement to violence and hatred. The law stipulates a prison sentence of up to three years for this crime.

Croatians flock to Slovenia to shop cheaper

After Croatia adopted the euro on 1 January, Croatians are increasingly flocking to Slovenia to do their shopping, finding deals to be cheaper across the border. The eastern town of Brežice is one especially popular destination.

Croatian customers have been keeping Brežice store owners busy in the first month of the new year as their numbers increased significantly.