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Body of Woman Missing for 18 Years Found in Family Freezer in Croatia

The body found in the freezer of a family home in a quiet village in Croatia is that of a woman who went missing 18 years ago. Police have arrested her sister, who still lives in the family house.


Euro 2020 qualifiers: Wales waiting on Croatia venue inspection

The Football Association of Wales are awaiting details of an Uefa inspection on whether Wales' Euro 2020 qualifier in Croatia will be staged in Osijek. World Cup finalists Croatia announced in February that the game on 8 June would be played in Osijek.


5 Reasons Croatia is the HOTTEST Sailing Destination of 2019

Weather wise, there really isn’t a bad time to visit Croatia, though peak season is summer, from June to September. During this time, you’re pretty much guaranteed incredible weather (a constant 26°C), though the country is packed with tourism, and everything is more expensive.


Johnson nabs silver in Croatia

All-Marine wrestler Sgt. Xavier Johnson wrestles Irakli Dzimistarishvil, from the Republic of Georgia wrestling team, at the Zagreb Open tournament in Croatia, Feb. 9. Johnson took the silver medal at 63 kg.


[Update: Now 4 more nations] YouTube Kids expands to 13 new European countries (including the return of Croatia)

YouTube Kids is now available in seven more countries in Europe, including some Scandinavian ones. Here are the additions: Belgium Denmark Finland Netherlands Norway Sweden Switzerland.


The Forgotten Atrocities of a Fascist Puppet State-Croatia in WW2

The Holocaust soon came to Croatia. On Pavelić’s first day in office, he declared that “offending the nation of Croatia” was punishable by death. The “Independent” State of Croatia is perhaps the most ironically named and contradictory state of the entire Second World War.


Croatia Amends INA Privatisation Law to Avoid Lawsuits

Croatia's centre-right government has hustled changes to the law on privatisation of the national oil company through parliament, to harmonize the law with EU legislation and so avoid a lawsuit – but MPs have denounced it as a betrayal of national interests.


Body of a woman is found in the freezer of her family's home 18 YEARS after she went missing as her sister is arrested in Croatia

A body found in a freezer in a Croatian village is apparently that of a woman who went missing more than 18 years ago, police said. Police said they have detained the older sister of Jasmina Dominic, who was reported missing in 2005 but was last seen in 2000 when she was 23 years old.


Vestager ranked best EU Commissioner, favourite to succeed Juncker

EU competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager is widely seen as "the brightest star of the Juncker Commission," according to public affairs firm Burson Cohn & Wolfe (BCW). [© European Union, 2018 / Source: EC - Audiovisual Service]


BBC First launches in Croatia, Slovenia and Macedonia

The premium drama brand will be available through A1 Telekom Austria Group and its subsidiaries. BBC Studios has announced the launch of BBC First in Croatia, Slovenia and Macedonia.


Must-Visit Attractions In Croatia, Dubrovnik

Being one of the worlds recognized historic places; there are so many things to see in Dubrovnik. However, it’s safe to say that an excellent touring plan is a must if you want to make the most out of your visit. From incredible artifacts to the beautiful view of the sea, try to decide way ahead of


Croatia Inflation Slows For Third Month

(RTTNews) - Croatia's consumer price inflation slowed for a third straight month in January to its lowest level in over two years, figures from the Croatian Bureau of Statistics showed Friday.


In Wooing Diaspora, Croatia Ignores Serbs Denied Citizenship

Croatia is changing the law to make it easier for descendants of Croatian emigrants to obtain citizenship. But critics say the new legislation should also fix a historical error that has left thousands of Croatian Serbs without papers.


Belle of the skate: Ostermann's team wins bronze in Croatia

The name Isabelle “Belle” Ostermann is familiar to many in synchronized skating — both locally and beyond — even more so now that she and her team placed third in the 2019 Zagreb Snowflakes Trophy Competition held Feb. 8 to 10 in Croatia’s capital city.


Croat court orders detention after body found in freezer

ZAGREB, Croatia – A Croatian court has ordered one month's detention for a woman suspected of killing her sister, whose body was found in a freezer more than 18 years after she went missing.


Croatian cartoons you DON’t want to miss!

Croatia has many goodies in its cultural sack, and animated movies are a great example of that! So, if you find yourself on the couch, with a lack of inspiration of what to watch, make sure you save this bottom list and watch some of the best cartoons ever (yep, bias and proud of it!).


Poll: Who is your favourite Eurovision 2019 act so far? (18 February)

The dust is beginning to settle following this season’s first Super Saturday and an eventful Sunday. Over two days, the amount of confirmed Eurovision 2019 rose from eight to 13 as Slovenia, Latvia, Estonia, Croatia and Romania all selected their songs for Tel Aviv.


Sifnos, Crete and Samos among the 26 European Islands Starting the Transition to Clean Energy

Twenty-six European islands, including three Greek ones, have officially launched their transition to clean energy with the support of the European Commission’s Clean Energy Initiative for the EU Islands.


Croatia’s Church Must Fight Ustasa Nostalgia Sincerely

Croatia’s Church Must Fight Ustasa Nostalgia Sincerely. Instead of just commemorating the Holocaust with public gestures, the Croatian Catholic Church should show its commitment to truth by stopping churches from hosting events at which the WWII fascist Ustasa movement’s crimes are downplayed.


Croatia: Roko Blaževic wins Dora 2019 with “The Dream”

Tonight was the turn of Croatia to select their representative for Tel Aviv, with their national selection show Dora. Held in the resort town of Opatija, sixteen acts took to the stage. Ultimately only one could prevail though – and that was Roko Blažević with “The Dream”!