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Nikola Tesla sparks row between Croatia and Serbia

Croatia is set to enter the Eurozone in 2023, and the public has decided on the images that will feature on its new euro coins. But the top choice of scientist Nikola Tesla isn’t popular with Serbia’s Central Bank, which has threatened legal action if Croatia goes ahead. Mirna Brekalo has the story from Zagreb.

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