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Former coach of Dinamo Zagreb arrested and released in Bosnia
A Croatian court had issued an international arrest warrant for Zoran Mamic, who failed to show up at a prison to serve a sentence for embezzling millions of euros.
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Around 100 sinkholes have been spotted in central Croatia in the last two months following December's deadly earthquake.
Mobile homes arrive in Croatia to shelter residents after earthquake
Central Croatia continued to experience tremors on Thursday morning, as survivors tried to pick up the pieces from Tuesday's deadly earthquake.
EU 'ready to help' after earthquake damages buildings in Croatia
The 5.0 magnitude earthquake struck near the capital of Zagreb on Monday morning, damaging some buildings in towns south of the city.
Gunman wounds police officer before killing himself in Croatia
A gunman wounded a police officer before killing himself outside the Croatian government headquarters in Zagreb on Monday.
5.3 magnitude quake in Zagreb causes serious damage
The quake hit 7km north of the capital Zagreb at 6:23 a.m. (0523 GMT) on Sunday.
A 5.3 magnitude earthquake shakes Croatia and its capital
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Explosive judo on Day 3 of Zagreb Grand Prix 2019 as Japan tops medals
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Great Britain's Gemma Howell strikes judo gold at Zagreb Grand Prix
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Explosive judo and close clashes on Day 1 of Zagreb Grand Prix 2019
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Young Croat breaks world record by pushing 730kg Smart car 100km
A young Croat has broken the Guinness World Record for pushing a car the furthest in 24 hours.
Georgia's Guram Tushishvili shines on thrilling final day of Zagreb Judo Grand Prix
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Battle continues on Day Two of Zagreb Judo Grand Prix
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Daria Bilodid reigns supreme at the Zagreb Judo Grand Prix
Teenage sensation Daria Bilodid extended her winning-streak to 25 contests to wrap up her sixth win in nine months.
Croatia World Cup team get hero's welcome in Zagreb
The team lost 4-2 to France but it was Croatia's best-ever world cup result.
Croatian summer: your to do list
A handy round up of new things to do, taste, see and experience this summer in Croatia.
Teddy Riner delivers gold-plated performance at Zagreb Grand Prix
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New winners grab medals glory on day two of IJF World Cup in Zagreb
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Croatia prepares to vote in snap election to break stalemate
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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
Judokas earn critical points at Zagreb GP 2015
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Smythe-Davis strikes gold at Zagreb Judo Grand Prix
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Croatia elects its first female president
Croatia has elected its first woman president. The conservative opposition challenger Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic won by the narrowest of margins of
Mikaela Shiffrin crowned "Snow Queen" on the slopes in Zagreb
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