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"Croatia wants to be a country where everyone has the opportunity to affirm their culture and tradition," Croatian President Ivo Josipovic said at Thursday's opening of the Serbian Cultural Centre in the town of Pula, on the tip of the Istrian peninsula.
"Croatia is ready to lend a hand to all people of goodwill, including friends from the Republic of Serbia," Josipovic said.
PULA - Croatian President Ivo Josipovic has opened a Serb cultural center in Pula, a city at the tip of the Istrian peninsula, and said that Croatia wants to be a country where everyone will have the opportunity to affirm their culture and tradition and that Croatia is ready to lend a hand to all people of goodwill, including friends from the Republic of Serbia.
A year after local elections in Croatia, Zagreb Mayor Milan Bandic on Wednesday filed a civil suit against Zoran Milanovic, the Croatian Prime Minister and leader of the Social Democratic Party.
A letter dating November 1947 by Lt Col G F Blunda, of the US Army, to Col Carl F Fritzsche, assistant deputy director of intelligence in the CIA, says the British and Americans had dumped plans to arrest Ante Pavelic, although they knew his whereabouts in the Vatican and had a prepared plan to lure him out.
The index of the International Institute for Economics and Peace, which aims to measure peace and stability in the world, said Montenegro has made progress compared to 2012, rising to 73rd place out of 162, up from 81st place in 2012.
Photographs and "selfies" of teenage girls from Bosnia, Croatia and Serbia, shown half-naked in lace underwear, mini-skirts and other sexually suggestive clothing, have reappeared on Facebook under the name "Biggest sluts in elementary schools and high schools."
"The page was deleted but we made a new one :) Send us photos in inbox," the Facebook group says.
BELGRADE - Belgrade is hosting the International Conference of Young Scientists (ICYS) until April 23, which is an unofficial world championship for research papers from several domains, bringing together high-school students from the entire world.
BELGRADE - President of the Coalition of Refugee Associations Miodrag Linta asked the Serbian Ministry of Culture on Thursday to deny Croatia's proposal to return Serbian Orthodox Church property and cultural artifacts of the Serb refugees to Croatia, to a place designated by the Croatian Ministry of Culture.
BELGRADE - The Association of Refugee and Other Associations of Serbs from Croatia has said that it opposes the initiative of Croatian MEPs to make the return of works of art taken out of Croatia during the 1991-1995 war part of Serbia's EU entry talks.