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Domagoj Zovak, whose satirical TV show News Bar Prime Time airs on regional cable N1 TV, received death threat after the latest episode, about the 23rd anniversary of Croatian military operation 'Storm'.
"You too will also get [a bullet] in the back of the head," said a message sent to Zovak on Facebook.
Vanna on Tuesday cancelled the concert that was due to take place in the coastal town of Tivat on the deck of the Montenegrin military's ship 'Jadran' amid an ongoing row over the vessel's ownership.
The concert planned for August 17 was cancelled after the pop singer came under pressure in Croatia not to perform on a boat that critics said was "stolen" from her home country.
According to the article, 28 M-48 rifles have gone missing - but b92.net has not been able to receive confirmation of this information from the police.
The newspaper said the theft occurred in a depot located in a former army barracks, that also houses the Forensic Center.
BELGRADE - Croatia is trapped in a circle of anti-Serb hysteria, which is what its entire policy towards Serbia is based on, Serbian FM Ivica Dacic said Thursday.
Dacic was commenting on Zagreb's decision to file criminal charges against five former Yugoslav People's Army generals who are Serbian citizens.
Dacic pointed out that Croatia has been designated as an aggressor by the Hague Tribunal.
"This is an internal political demand and propaganda, because Croatia is not doing well. Croatia has been marked as an aggressor. It has been marked in the Tribunal; Serbia has not been marked by any act," he told TV Pink.