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Croatia's main opposition party, the Croatian Democratic Union, HDZ, declared victory after Sunday's polls, although second-round run-off votes are to be held in the country's four biggest cities.
Croatia's fast-approaching membership of the EU has helped the two countries solve decades of problems in only a year, a Bosnian official said, unveiling an analysis of the issue.
The recession is taking its toll on people's wedding vows, the latest statistics suggest.
A suspected mass grave containing at least three bodies has been exhumed in the Croatian village of Sotin near Vukovar after a collaborative investigation by the Zagreb and Belgrade authorities.
The man who attacked the Serbian consulate in coastal city of Rijeka was arrested, media reported on Friday.
The presidency of the opposition Croatian Democratic Union, HDZ, confirmed the expulsion of the former party president and Prime Minister, Jadranka Kosor, on Thursday.
An unknown perpetrator threw a Molotov cocktail at the Serbian consulate in the coastal city of Rijeka, but failed to inflict any damage.
The Bosnian association of journalists said it felt concerned about hate speech in the media directed against Predrag Lucic, a Croatian journalist whose poetry has caused some offence.
The third trial of Ivo Sanader, for the overpriced sale of a private building to the government, starts on Wednesday at Zagreb County court.
The centre-right Croatian Democratic Union took the most seats in the country’s first European Parliament polls but the vote was marred by a low turnout.
A Bosnian Croat standing in Croatia's first Euro-elections says she will represent the interests of both countries if elected.
Croats will elect their first 12 Members of the European Parliament on Sunday, ahead of Croatia's likely accession to the EU on July 1.
Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic described the Hague war crimes court as a biased “inquisition” during a UN General Assembly debate that was boycotted by the US as inflammatory.
Ahead of a UN debate on war crime tribunals, Serbia has again asked the UN to allow Serbs convicted by the Hague Tribunal to serve their sentences in Serbia.
Protesters took to the streets against the official introduction of the Serbian language and Cyrillic script but Prime Minister Zoran Milanovic said he wouldn’t give in to their demands.
Croatian war veterans will step up their campaign against the introduction of the Serbian language and Cyrillic script with a high-profile protest in Zagreb.
Ten years after the Thessaloniki summit, the EU enlargement process for the western Balkans needs an injection of new energy.
Croatian Airlines flight attendants agreed to end the strike against jobs and wage cuts on Tuesday, after edight days.