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Croatian national theatre in Zagreb
The Croatian National Theatre in Zagreb , commonly referred to as HNK Zagreb, is a theatre, opera and ballet house located in Zagreb, owned and operated by the Ministry of Culture.
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Fri Mar 07, 2014
Glory 14 Zagreb fight card preview: Mirko Cro Cop vs Remy Bonjasky
Get a fight by fight preview of this Saturday's Glory 14 Zagreb card. Here, a look at the main event: Mirko Cro Cop vs. Remy Bonjasky in a battle of kickboxing legends.
Slovenia unsatisfied over Croatia's handling of bank disputes
Croatia "tricked us in a way" when it signed a memorandum halting court procedures against the defunct Slovenian bank Ljubljanska Banka and its successor, Nova Ljubljanska Banka , the largest bank in Slovenia.
Croatia, France to further bilateral relations
Croatian President Ivo Josipovic and visiting French Senate President Jean-Pierre Bel discussed the bilateral relations in Zagreb on Friday.
My great uncle fired the shot that started World War I and I'm proud of him
Gavrilo Princip who shares his great uncle's name says to him the man who assassinated arch duke Franz Ferdinand is a true hero Today you can stand in the exact place where the shot that triggered the First World War was fired and the only danger you will face is from speeding taxis.
Ukrainian embassy 'surprised' by Dodik's pro-Russian stance
The diplomatic mission of Ukraine in Bosnia-Herzegovina has reacted to RS President Milorad Dodik's statement in support of Russian actions in Crimea.
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Afton Chemical Presents at ELGI in Croatia
The European Lubricating Grease Institute will hold their 2014 Annual General Meeting in Dubrovnik, Croatia on April 26-29th, 2014.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Croatia sees tourism investments of some EUR 410mn in 2014
Lorencin said that the amount is preliminary and does not include the investment in the Kupari I tourism project, whose new investor should be selected in the first half of 2014 under the plan, the ministry quoted him as saying in a statement on .
S7 Airlines starts spring tickets sale
S7 Airlines, member of oneworld alliance, starts the traditional spring tickets sale.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Croatia to Tax the Church, Protests Oust Kosovo Academic
A new law levies taxes on nonprofit organizations with annual income of at least 30,000 euros and requires all nonprofits to file regular financial reports to the Finance Ministry.
UPDATE 1-Croatia cuts general budget deficit target to 4.5 pct of GDP
Croatia's government, struggling to observe European Union limits on budget deficits, said on Wednesday it has lowered its 2014 general deficit target by one percentage point to 4.5 percent of GDP, thanks to plans to raise its revenue.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Sunflowers as they once were
Sunflowers as they once were The slogan of the Croatian National Tourist Board is "The Mediterranean as it once was".
INSIGHT-Where West failed, people power spurs change in Bosnia
The front line in Mostar during the Bosnian war ran north-south, along a road parallel with the emerald waters of the Neretva River.
Croatia increases transparency of police work
Croatia is planning to institute a council of civil representatives to monitor criminal investigations in order to improve police transparency.
Croatia accuses Serbia of genocide
The International Court of Justice in The Hague must decide whether Croatia or Serbia -- or both - are guilty of genocide during the Croatian 1991 - 95 independence war.
Ghana defender Lee Addy to take second test on knee injury, boosted ahead of World Cup
Ghana defender Lee Addy has received a major injury boost ahead of the 2014 World Cup with news he might make a quicker than expected recovery from his latest setback.
Dubrovnik Restaurant Accepting Easter Reservations
New Rochelle, NY- Local town dining hotspot Dubrovnik Restaurant is letting the community know that it is taking early reservations for Easter holiday well in advance of Sunday, April 20. The top-notch restaurant opened in 2013, is delighted to do its first Easter day service, featuring a yet-to-be-disclosed special Easter menu.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Balkan countries take measures to help youth find jobs
Enterprising young people, such as this pair in Sarajevo , used billboards in the past to attract employers' attention.
At ICJ, Croatia Accuses Serbia of Genocide
Croatia is accusing its Balkan neighbor Serbia of genocide during fighting in the early 1990s as the former Yugoslavia shattered in spasms of ethnic violence, in a case at the United Nations' highest court that highlights lingering animosity in the region.