Zagreb County

Another strong earthquake hits Croatia: "Suddenly, the windows start to crackle"

The quake had a magnitude of 4.3 on the Richter scale.
Residents of Banja Luka felt an earthquake today, just before 11 a.m., with an epicenter in central Croatia.
According to the European Mediterranean Seismological Center (EMSC), the epicenter was 14 kilometers southwest of Sisak, near Petrinja.

Croatia Charges Serb Ex-Fighters with Russian War Reporters’ Murders

Croatian police said on Tuesday that they have filed charges against two unnamed men, members of a special police unit of the Serbian Autonomous Region of Krajina, a wartime Serb rebel statelet in Croatia, for killing Russian reporters Viktor Nogin and Gennadiy Kurinnoy in September 1991.

Ban on overtaking for lorries on A1 motorway enters into force

Ljubljana – A 6am-6pm ban on overtaking for lorries on the A1 motorway between Šentilj and Koper entered into force on Friday. Police controls will be beefed up.

The new regime will be in place for lorries weighing more than 7.5 tonnes. Overtaking will still be allowed for these vehicles during the day in three-lane sections, and on the entire motorway in night time.

Croatia Probes Post-War Reconstruction after Quake Levels Buildings

The Croatian Office for the Suppression of Corruption and Organised Crime, USKOK, announced on Monday that it will instruct the police to investigate suspicions of possible negligence and other failings during the post-war reconstruction of buildings that were badly damaged by the powerful earthquake that hit the Banovina area of Sisak-Moslavina county in central Croatia last week.

Croatia: "Disaster"

"The government is currently facing two crises, COVID-19 and earthquakes, we decided today to declare a catastrophe in the Sisak-Moslavina County, parts of Zagreb and Karlovac County, but also to form a Crisis Staff headed by Tomo Medved. Representatives of all will be included. Milosevic and Horvat will be the deputies", Plenkovi said, as Jutarnji reports.

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