Zagreb Initiative to Memorialise Murdered Croatian Serbs Praised
Branka Vierda of the Youth Initiative for Human Rights praised this week's decision by a Zagreb City Assembly commission to add the names of the Zec family, who were murdered in 1991, to a register of names of people who could be memorialised by having a street or public area in the Croatian capital named after them.
ECHR Backs Croatia’s Right to Keep Tudjman Documents Secret
The European Court for Human Rights, ECHR, on Thursday ruled that Croatia does not have to give a writer access to the classified transcripts of the late President Franjo Tudjman's conversations.
Vladimir Seks, a former politician, wanted access to the documents for a book he is writing on the foundation of modern Croatia.
Croat apprehended for smuggling four Chinese
Maribor – A 47-year-old Croatian citizen has been apprehended by Slovenian police after being found smuggling four Chinese citizens unlawfully into the country in his car on Saturday.
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Croatian Minister: The President Embarrassed us in front of Bulgaria and Ukraine
Croatian Foreign and European Affairs Minister Gordan Gordan Grlić-Radman strongly disagreed with the behavior of President Zoran Milanović, who described Ukraine as "the most corrupt country in the world".
Croatian PM Apologises for President’s Outburst on Ukraine
Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic has apologized to Ukraine after President Zoran Milanovic said it was one of the most corrupt countries in the world - and that Croatia should withdraw its soldiers from there, even though no Croatian soldiers are actually stationed there.
Croatian President: Croatia will Withdraw its Troops from NATO in case of Russia-Ukraine Conflict
In the event of a conflict between Russia and Ukraine, Croatian authorities will withdraw all military personnel from NATO forces in Eastern Europe. This was announced on Tuesday by the President of the Republic Zoran Milanovic on the national television HRT.
Brutal answer from Serbia: Dear Croats, it's been scientifically proven
The most controversial section of the Law is the part in which this legal act classified among Serbian books "editions of Dubrovnik literature that belong to both Serbian and Croatian culture as of the end of 1867".
Croats "steal" Djokovic from us?
According to Croatian media, the new Serbian Law on Cultural Heritage, adopted by the Serbian Parliament in late December, states that the old library material of Serbia includes "editions of Dubrovnik literature that belong to both Serbian and Croatian culture up to 1867."
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Croatian Who Blew Whistle on Tudjman’s Hidden Cash Dies
Ankica Lepej, perhaps the most famous whistleblower in the history of Croatia, has died of COVID-19 complications in Zagreb, Sanja Sarnavka, the human rights and women's rights activist, wrote on her Facebook profile.
Croatia Registers Over 3,000 More War Veterans During Pandemic
The Croatian War Veterans' Ministry said that the number of people granted the official status of war veteran rose by 3,324 from March 2020 to November 30 this year, news website Index reported on Sunday.