The top U.N. court ruled Tuesday that neither Croatia nor Serbia committed genocide during the 1990s Balkan wars, when Croatia broke away from Yugoslavia. According to a ruling read by […]
Croatian conservative opposition candidate Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic won Sunday’s presidential runoff election by a razor-thin margin and will be ...
Croatia’s presidential election goes to a runoff after no candidate won more than 50 per cent in Sunday’s first round. Liberal incumbent ...
Russian president Vladimir Putin’s announcement, in Ankara on December 1, that Moscow would scrap it plans to build the South Stream gas pipelin ...
Slovakia’s president Andrej Kiska has warned world leaders against “a new status quo” where instability, poverty, violence and hatred are “fertilisers and catalysts of terrorism.” “A year ago, we, Europeans, […]
European Regional Policy Commissioner Johannes Hahn announced on August 27 a proposed aid package worth nearly 47 million euro for Sardinia (Italy), Kefalonia (Ionian Islands, Greece), Slovenia and Croatia after […]
The collective solidarity that inspired cross-border rescue and relief efforts in the aftermath of the May 2014 floods in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Serbia and Croatia must be matched by EU aid and […]
The head of Russian energy company Gazprom, Alexei Miller, will arrive for an official visit to Croatia on July 9, during which he is expected to meet with Croatian President […]
The Supreme Court confirmed on June 13 2014 the first verdict against former Prime Minister of Croatia Ivo Sanader for war profiteering in the case of Hypo and for receiving […]
Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia are continuing to count the cost of the century-record floods that inundated much of three Balkans countries in May 2014, with estimates of the […]