Police in the Croatian city of Tovarnik watched over thousands of people — migrants and refugees — who spent a cold and wet night sleeping on the
Twenty years ago to the day, the Croatian army launched Operation Storm. The objective was to retake control of Serbian-occupied territory inside
Croatia’s Constitutional Court has ordered a retrial of former Prime Minister Ivo Sanader after he successfully appealed against a guilty verdict
An interesting new museum has opened its doors last month in Zagreb – the Museum of Illusions. The visotors can see more then 70 exhibits, inlcuding
After weeks of speculation, Croatian international Mario Mandzukic has joined Juventus on a four-year contract for a fee of 19 million euros. The
The fly boys stopped off in Rovinj Croatia for the third leg of this season’s Red Bull Air Race series. Spectacular as ever the event saw competitors
Starting with the women’s under -78 kg final it was Anamari Velensek of Slovenia who won gold. She added to her country’s medal haul by defeating
Olympic champion Lasha Shavdatuashvili achieved a career first as he won Grand Prix gold for the first time and finally looked at home in the -73kg
It was an eventful opening day of the Zagreb Judo Grand Prix with five medals up for grabs. It was an all Turkish affair in the Women’s -48kg class
Representatives of Croatia’s Roma community have marked International Roma Day by meeting with the country’s president. Time for action to fight
Hurricane winds along the coast of Croatia have closed motorways and bridges and interrupted ferry traffic. The strong north-easterly winds led to
While helping their children solve basic math problems is possible for most parents for a while, it can become tricky as the exercises get more and
Shepherds on the Croatian island of Pag may be onto a good thing with the news scientists have identified the wool from their sheep as unique. It
Croatia’s first woman president was sworn into office on Sunday, calling for national unity to help revive the country’s battered economy
Strong and gale-force bora winds hit Dubrovnik area. Some gusts have been measured at speeds up to 120 km per hour.
Real Economy travels to Croatia,at the heart of one of the EU's macro regions, to see how a shared economy policy could boost prosperity.