Croatia Court Refuses to Free Ex-PM Sanader

A Zagreb court rejected a plea to release former Croatian Prime Minister Ivo Sanader from custody, keeping him in prison indefinitely.

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Tudjman Takes Zagreb, 15 Years After Death

The first democratically-elected Croatian president, Franjo Tudjman, is to become more prominent in the capital than he ever was when he was alive.


Ex-Yugoslav Tourists Flock to Croatia Despite Rows

Feuds between Croatia and its neighbours are not not deterring tourists from former Yugoslavia from heading there for their summer holidays - in record numbers.

Croatia Press Review – July 17, 2015

Slovenia changes mind about taking participate in ‘Storm’ anniversary parade; Zagreb court to rule on indictment against Milan Bandic; polls show that voters focus on jobs and health.

Culture & Lifestyle


Bosnia Croats Keep Old Tattoo Tradition Alive

A Balkan tradition that dates backs millennia - which seemed close to dying out after World War Two - has inspired a new generation of fans, keen to keep up a connection to their ancestors.