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Slovenia and Croatia have sidelined a border dispute that had loomed over bilateral relations for years in favour of a focus on areas where they can cooperate. Paying his first official visit to Zagreb on 14 July, Prime Minister Robert Golob said Slovenia remained firmly committed to the result of border arbitration but the issue would be taken off the daily political agenda.
Croatian President Zoran Milanovic has been criticised for banning the daily Jutarnji list on Tuesday without any explanation from his press conference.
Hanza Media is the owner of several Croatian daily and weekly newspapers, including Jutarnji list, Slobodna Dalmacija and many others, which Milanovic has called "a cartel".
The exhibition, entitled 'My Bosnia', includes pictures that Cvetkovic took in Skelani, Bratunac, Visegrad and around Sarajevo, as well as images of people who escaped to Montenegro as refugees or ended up in Serbia as prisoners.
Cvetkovic's picture of Serbs leaving their homes in the Grbavica and Ilidza settlements of Sarajevo, March 1996. Photo: BIRN.
On the Zidani Most-Ljubljana route, a train derailed and ran into a landslide, while another avalanche of stones partially buried the bus, reports RTV Slovenia.
A stone avalanche partially buried and damaged a bus at the construction site of the Zagorje on Sava-Litija road, and two passengers were slightly injured.
ZURICH - The Serbia men's national football team has retained the 25th place in the latest FIFA world rankings, released on Thursday.
Serbia have 1,539.03 points - 2.49 fewer than in the previous rankings - but remained in the same position.
Argentina retained the top spot with 1,843.73 points, France are in second place and Brazil are in the third position.
There will be no left-wing pre-election coalition in Croatia to counter the main ruling Croatian Democratic Union, HDZ.
This was made clear after the opposition Mozemo! [We Can!] party announced it will go alone into the next elections, rejecting a pre-election alliance with the opposition Social Democrats, SDP.
A memorial ceremony at a monument to Holodomor victims in Kyiv, November 2021. Photo: EPA-EFE/SERGEY DOLZHENKO.
Croatian MPs unanimously voted on Wednesday to adopt a declaration recognising the Holodomor of 1932-33 as a crime of genocide committed by the Soviet authorities against the Ukrainian people.