Croatia's conservatives scored a re-election victory in a parliamentary vote, official results showed, putting them in a strong position to build a government that will inherit the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic.
The ruling centre-right Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) has had a slight advantage in most opinion polls over its main rival, the Social Democrats (SDP), but neither party is seen being able to form a cabinet on its own.
For years, Croatian police have been accused of beating migrants. Now a new investigation finds that the EU has helped to cover up the country’s human rights record.
Novel coronavirus has infected more than 6.4 million people around the world. Here are pandemic-related updates for June 2:
Bosnia is dealing with an influx of migrants trying to flee towards Western Europe, often ending up stranded in the country due to Croatia's tight border control.
Beijing has encouraged factories to increase the production of medical supplies as pandemic kills over 65,000 globally and parts of the world face protective equipment shortage.
Many buildings cracked in Zagreb and walls and rooftops were damaged. Downtown streets were littered with debris. Concrete slabs fell on cars and chimneys landed in front of entrances.
Italy could be facing a significant loss of jobs, business closures and international isolation.
Left-wing politician Zoran Milanovic leads the field with nearly 30 percent of the vote in preliminary returns from Sunday's election.
The EU has described Bosnian refugee camps as a humanitarian disaster where a lack of coordination and potentially illegal action from Croatia has left migrants in the lurch in Bosnia.
The underwhelming performance of the reigning champions will most likely require them to beat Rafael Nadal's Spain to stand a chance of reaching the knock out phase.
The trio joins other big names such as world champions France, Spain, Italy, and England, with European champions Portugal one win away from qualification.
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