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More than 160,000 viewers on Youtube across the Western Balkans region have been amused or bemused by some videos that former Croatian President Ivo Josipovic released on Sunday.
Videos showing Josipovic and people from his "Forwards Croatia - Progressive Alliance" party became an instant hit on Youtube, social networks and websites.
The deputy mayor of the town of Vukovar in Croatia, Marijan Pavlicek, and City Council President Igor Gavric are shown in a video singing an Ustasha song.
The Ustasha regime was in power in the WW2-era Nazi-allied entity the Independent State of Croatia (NDH). They ran death camps, including Jasenovac, that was the site of mass murder of Serbs, Jews, and Roma.
Croatian Interior Minister Ranko Ostojic told a TV show on Thursday that an internal arrest warrant had been issued for senior officials of the Zagreb football club Dinamo.
The main man in question, Zdravko Mamic, via a video link to the same TV show, called the minister a liar and said he was a victim of a political plot.
The president of the European Journalism Federation, EFJ, Mogens Blicher Bjerregard, said his organization will not and must not allow Balkan authorities "to arrest our colleagues, threaten them, and want them to be silent".
Tomislav Karamarko, head of the main opposition party, the centre-right Croatian Democratic Union, HDZ, has turned down the offer of a TV debate with his main opponent, Prime Minister Zoran Milanovic.
In a statement on Tuesday, the HDZ said that Karamarko would not be responding to a call to debate with Milanovic, also head of the governing Social Democratic Party, SDP.
The Romanian Agency for Fiscal Administration, ANAF, is to verify whether there are differences between the money declared by the 50 HSBC clients and the amounts found in their accounts in Switzerland, according to media reports on Monday.
Any unreported income will be taxed at 16 per cent, ANAF officials were quoted as saying by Digi24 television.
Thousands of people are expected to attend the international children's theater festival titled "Little Ladies, Little Gentlemen" in Ankara starting April 24.
The festival will stage more than 80 performances from 14 local and 12 foreign theater groups. Bulgaria, France, Croatia, Norway, Italy and Slovenia are some of the participant countries.