R. Jezic: the businessman behind the Croatian trial that could give Russia the keys to Europe ǀ View
Croatian courts are currently holding the biggest trial of the decade to determine the guilt of former Croatian Prime Minister Ivo Sanader and Hungarian industrialist Zsolt Hernadi, the Chairman and CEO of MOL Hungarian Oil, the largest foreign investor in Croatia (accused of bribing the former).
With the emergence of the new Western Balkans Route and continued illegal migration, how is Europe responding to the refugee crisis? Insiders’ host Sophie Claudet speaks to Gerald Knaus ‐ the founding chairman of the European Stability Initiative (ESI) think tank.
Thousands of migrants are stranded in Bosnia and Herzegovina on the border with Croatia. As the winter closes in, the external border of the European Union is inching towards a humanitarian emergency. Around 21,000 migrants have taken this route seeking safe refuge in the EU.
Croatia is the entry point for these migrants hoping to find a better life inside of the EU. The country is hoping to fulfil technical criteria to be allowed to join the border-free Schengen travel area by the end of the year. If successful they will join the Schengen zone the year after.
The final day of the Zagreb Grand Prix produced a sensational day of thrilling judo. Georgia's Guram Tushishvili won his second Grand Prix gold medal this year with a mesmerising display and has now set his sights on capturing his first world title in Baku in September.
Arena Zagreb hosted Day Two of Croatia's annual Judo Grand Prix, where Kosovo's Akil Gjakova was head and shoulders above the competition. He won his second World Judo tour gold of what is turning into a fantastic year for the Kosovar Judoka, showing how strong his nation's judo team is becoming.
An Australian company published a series of photos and videos taken on a trip to Eastern Europe earlier this year in which models are seen posing in sunglasses at sites including the Flower Memorial at Jasenovac, a World War II-era death camp.