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Seselj ‘Hate Speech’ Angers War Victims

Victims’ groups have praised the European parliament’s resolution condemning the recently-released Serbian war crimes suspect Vojislav Seselj for his ‘warmongering’ nationalist rhetoric.

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Mayor’s Arrest Holds Important Lessons for Croatia

After the arrest and trial of former prime minister Ivo Sanader, the arrest of Milan Bandic shows that no one is untouchable in the fight against corruption in Croatia.


Croatian Tourist Company Sold in Record Deal

Croatian company Istraturist, which has 16 hotels, villas and apartment resorts, has been sold for 120 million euro – the highest-ever amount for a tourism business in the country.

Croatia Press Review – November 27, 2014

EU Commission shuns involvement in Zagreb Mayor case. Major points of Seselj resolution revealed. Association of cities fighting for income taxes.


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Film Fest Keeps Croatian War Memories Alive

Days of the Homeland Film, a new movie festival dedicated to preserving memories of the independence war in Croatia in 1990s, is starting in a cinema in Zagreb.