All posts tagged Croatia

  • Floods devastate Balkans, displace thousands
    May 19, 2014, by VOANews

    Floods in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia and Serbia have killed at least 37 people and left tens of thousands homeless. Much of the region remains underwater Monday as rescue and evacuation efforts […]

  • European elections 2014: Croatia – old guard is back
    May 15, 2014, by The Sofia Globe staff

    For the second time in just over 13 months, Croatians will head to polling stations on May 25 to cast their ballots in European Parliament elections. As the latest addition […]

  • After Croatia, Montenegro faces a border dispute with Kosovo
    May 8, 2014, by Independent Balkan News Agency

    After the unresolved border dispute with Croatia regarding Prevlaka peninsula, Montenegro has encountered a new border dispute with Kosovo. The forest complex on the border of Montenegro and Kosovo of […]

  • Cycling duo to tour SOS Children’s villages in Balkans
    March 28, 2014, by Independent Balkan News Agency

    A duo of cyclists plan to travel 1700km in 15 days, visiting nine different SOS Children’s villages to raise awareness about the charity’s goals, organisers said on March 27. Daniel […]

  • Varied views as Serbia begins EU accession talks
    January 21, 2014, by The Sofia Globe staff

    Serbian leaders arrived in Brussels on January 21 2014 for the start of the country’s European Union accession talks, but while there were words of welcome and optimism, it also […]

  • Central and Eastern Europe in 2013: Emerging and submerging
    January 6, 2014, by Clive Leviev-Sawyer

    There were record floods, changes of government, protests – lots of those – and the European Union got larger by one member. Croatia voted against gay marriage, Ukraine’s president hitched […]

  • UN Security Council extends terms of ICTY judges
    December 19, 2013, by The Sofia Globe staff

    The United Nations Security Council voted on December 18 2013 to extend the terms of office of judges at the United Nations tribunal set up to deal with the worst […]