Thousands march in capital Zagreb in anti-abortion demonstration, while various left-wing and feminist groups oppose the rally by wearing bloody aprons and carrying clothes hangers –– a reference to illegal abortion.
Violent and often sadistic pushbacks from Italy, Slovenia and Croatia are a damning indictment of Europe's broken migrant policy.
Coach Zoran Mamic quits days before a Europa League clash with Tottenham as Croatian Supreme Court confirms prison sentence.
The museum has now become one of the most visited in Zagreb and has opened up franchises overseas due to the interest shown by foreign visitors.
Seven people, including a 12-year old child have died in the second temblor to hit the country in two days, with tremors felt as far afield as Vienna.
A fire earlier this week destroyed much of the camp near the town of Bihac that had already been harshly criticised by international officials and aid groups as inadequate for housing refugees and migrants.
Refugees reported brutal and prolonged beatings, of some being stripped naked and forced to lie like logs stacked on top of each other and two cases of severe sexual abuse.
Testimony from asylum seekers on the Balkans migrant trail presents evidence of push-backs and inhumane treatment by the Croatian police, a Danish Human Council report says
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.
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