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Hibernian's top scorer Leigh Griffiths has been called up to the Scotland squad for next month's World Cup qualifier against Croatia. Comment?
... in Greece, Eindhoven and Maastricht in the Netherlands, Fez and Marrakech in Morocco, Krakow in Poland, and Zadar in Croatia. The airline said that fuel costs rose by over 290m during the year and now represent 45% of total costs. Its ancillary ... Comment?
... researchers are training them to find unexploded mines littering their country and the rest of the Balkans. When Croatia joins the European Union on July 1, in addition to the beauty of its aquamarine Adriatic sea, deep blue mountain lakes and lush ... 1 comment
... in the Department of Agriculture at Zagreb University, has been exploring using bees to find landmines since 2007 . Croatia, Bosnia-Hercegovina, and other countries from former Yugoslavia still have around 250,000 buried mines that were left there ... Comment?
Fresh Island festival happens in July on the party beach of Zcre, Croatia. They've just added Iggy Azalea to the international headline acts, which already include Snoop and A$AP Rocky. Comment?
Candidates of Croatia's ruling center-left coalition led by the SDP party will be running in the second round of local elections in four largest towns. Comment?
That's according to Tiramisu, the European Union sponsored program that's working with the University of Zagreb and others to find and destroy landmines. Comment?
In Croatia, unexploded mines dot the landscape and still kill people who find them. Comment?
Poland's largest insurer PZU wants to buy a majority stake in Croatia Osiguranje, the Polish firm's chief executive Andrzej Klesyk said last week. Comment?
... in the Department of Agriculture at Zagreb University, has been exploring using bees to find landmines since 2007. Croatia, Bosnia-Hercegovina and other countries from former Yugoslavia still have around 250,000 buried mines which were left there ... Comment?
... researchers are training them to find unexploded mines littering their country and the rest of the Balkans. When Croatia joins the European Union on July 1, in addition to the beauty of its aquamarine Adriatic sea, deep blue mountain lakes and lush ... Comment?
... their country and the rest of the Balkans, are confident they can use bees for detecting land mines. ZAGREB, Croatia - Mirjana Filipovic is still haunted by the land mine blast that killed her boyfriend and blew off her left leg while on a fishing ... Comment?
The story of Bosko Brkic and Admira Ismic ended with two short bursts from a sniper's rifle on a Sarajevo bridge the afternoon of May 19, 1993. Comment?
2013-05-19 10:44:03 - Fast Market Research recommends "Billa doo in Retailing (Croatia)" from Euromonitor International, now available While the non-grocery business is expanding fast, Billa's grocery operation is stagnating. Lately, the strategy of ... Comment?
EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton has expressed hope that all Balkan countries will follow the path of Croatia, set to join on July 1. The German parliament gave its consent for Croatia to be the 28th EU member. Comment?
Scientists in Croatia say that bees can detect explosives thanks to their perfect sense of smell and might save hundreds of lives by finding unexploded mines. Comment?
... Take advantage of Thomson Fly's new flights to Dubrovnik from Birmingham, Manchester and Gatwick, and go to Croatia for a family beach break. Stocking up at the open-air market in Gruz harbour for fresh seafood, vegetables and fruit makes ... Comment?
The barren Srdj plateau overlooking the UNESCO protected mediaeval city of Dubrovnik is a real estate developer's dream, offering breath-taking views of Croatia's top tourist destination. Comment?
EACH MAY, the depressed yet verdant city of Oberhausen, tucked into Germany's Ruhr industrial valley, plays host to one of the world's oldest, most storied and important showcases for short films. Comment?
... initially accomplished through the use of makeshift camps. Quarantine was first introduced in 1377 in Dubrovnik on Croatia's Dalmatian Coast, and the first permanent plague hospital, known as lazarettos, was opened by the Republic of Venice in 1423. ... Comment?