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Croatia To Investigate Serbian for Crimes Against Prisoners

The State Attorney's Office in Split said on Thursday that it will begin an investigation into an unnamed 72-year-old Serbian citizen accused of crimes against prisoners during the war in 1992 and 1993.

Jasenovac Camp Book Challenges Right-Wing Revisionism

Historian Ivo Goldstein launched a new study of Croatia’s Jasenovac concentration camp, challenging attempts to downplay the crimes committed there by the fascist Ustasa during World War II.

"Worst situation in 10 years"; All Serbian services on alert

The Council for National Security met, while before that, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic separately spoke with the ambassadors of Russia and China posted in Belgrade, and then with those from the EU and the US, and their "Quint" allies.

Pristina taxes Serbian goods 100%; Vucic meeting with envoys

Tanjug agency has reported this. The term "Quint" is used to represents the US, the UK, Germany, Italy, and France.

Tanjug was also told by Vucic's cabinet that a meeting of the Council for National Security has been scheduled to take place later on.

The cause for all this are "Pristina's latest measures."

Serbia progresses to higher tier of UEFA Nations League

Serbia in this way came out on top of Group 4 of UEFA Nations League C and qualified for League B - where the opponents will be Germany, Croatia, Russia, Poland, Austria, Wales, Scotland, Norway, and others, divided in four groups.

Orbis Makes a New Luxury Hotel in Plovdiv

The largest hotel chain in Eastern Europe - the Orbis group, will open their first hotel in Plovdiv. At the moment it runs through franchise sites in Sofia - ibis to the airport and Novotel on Tsarigradsko shosse Boulevard, reports

Elated Agrokor Ex-Boss Vows to Win Election

After a Zagreb court ruled on Tuesday that that former owner of the indebted food giant Agrokor, Ivica Todoric, can be released after paying one million euros in bail, Todoric announced on Wednesday that he would run for elections, win power and turn Croatia in the right direction.

Croatia's Agrokor Ex-Boss to Be Freed on €1 Million Bail

Zagreb County Court spokesperson Kresimir Devcic said on Tuesday that the court has decided that former Agrokor owner Ivica Todoric can be given a conditional release from pre-trial custody after the investigating judge received confirmation that one million euros in bail has been paid.

Croatia Criticised for Plan to Lease Ex-Yugoslavia Resorts

Croatia's Ministry of State Property told BIRN that no legal grounds exist for returning or paying refunds for property that neighbouring countries held in Croatia before Yugoslavia broke up.

Yugoslav Army’s Devastating Role in Vukovar Siege Highlighted

As Croatia prepares to mark the 27thanniversary of the fall of Vukovar, the Humanitarian Law Centre said the Yugoslav People’s Army deployed massive force during the siege and capture of the Croatian town in 1991.