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Croatia says it wants a 500,000 euro payback from former Croatian general Mirko Norac, who was convicted of war crimes, after it had to compensate the victims’ families.
Three times as many Croatians have a positive view of the Hague Tribunal after Ante Gotovina and Mladen Markac were acquitted of war crimes, an opinion poll suggested.
Activists in all the countries of the region are joining what some call the biggest demonstration in human history – the '1 Billion Rising' event - a dance aimed at raising awareness of violence against women.
A Croatian civic initiative called the Referendum Rebellion is collecting signatures demanding a repeat referendum on Croatia's EU accession, among other points.
After Croatia raised an outcry over the pollution from a Bosnian oil refinery, the Bosnian authorities and the oil company have promised to act.
Vesna Pusic intends to become president of the Croatian People’s Party now that Radimir Cacic has had to step down.
Croat prisoners were held in a packed cell in northern Serbia, a witness told the Hague trial of wartime Croatian Serb leader Goran Hadzic.
The Croatian and Slovenian Foreign Ministers said they had solved the problem of the former Ljubljanska bank, which was threatening to impede Croatia's EU accession in July.
The remains of 20 people missing since the war in Croatia were identified, as Zagreb and Belgrade vowed to work together in the search for more lost victims.
Zagreb wants to teach Europe about Croatian art, literature and cultural heritage before it joins the EU this year.
The rally against the Croatian government’s decision to make Serbian an official language in the war-ravaged town was followed by an alleged assault in a nearby village.
Belgrade’s war crimes prosecutor is investigating two ex-fighters for murdering detainees after the fall of the besieged Croatian town of Vukovar in 1991.
Socialists and Democrats in the European Parliament have issued a call for a renewed EU commitment to the Western Balkan enlargement process.
Human Rights Watch said Balkan states were still not properly addressing issues like war crimes, the abuse of ethnic minorities and refugees’ rights to return home.
A bilateral row about a liquidated bank, which threatens to derail Croatia's EU accession in July, could soon be solved, the Croatian and Slovenian foreign ministers said on Wednesday.
Bosnia's Foreign Trade Minister says Croatian companies should open subsidiaries in Bosnia - if they want to retain their markets in the country - once Croatia joins the EU.
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.