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Some say that the event, which the Croatian parliament sponsors, has become the largest annual gathering of neo-Nazis in Europe.
Some question the nationalist leader’s right to a seat in parliament after a UN court upheld his war crimes conviction.
While a group of girls are preparing the launch of the first Kyrgyz satellite in Bishkek, Croatian artists design a card game to pay tribute to female trailblazers.
Historical commission issues recommendations that Ustashe-era salute could be used under certain circumstances, while some argue that it should be buried altogether.
Presidents Vucic and Grabar-Kitarovic focus on concrete issues during talks yesterday in Zagreb.
European Commission chief tells Zagreb and Ljubljana the EU wants no part of the long-running border squabble.
Croatia rejects The Hague’s shock therapy, and gains a new saint.
The UN court says its procedures could not have detected the cyanide that killed the former Bosnian Croat commander.
Dutch authorities investigate a defendant’s televised suicide during an appeal hearing on war crimes in Bosnia.
A dozen others also face charges of financial skulduggery at the Balkans’ biggest food producer.