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October 21, 2017
Croatia seeks arrest of founder of Balkans' biggest retailer
Croatia's state prosecutor's office has issued an arrest warrant for the founder of the country's biggest private company as ...
October 20, 2017
Denmark women to play Croatia after 'partial' pay deal
A partial agreement has been made with the women's team so they can play a Women's World Cup qualifier against Croatia next ...
October 17, 2017
Italy to face Sweden in World Cup playoffs
Four-time champion Italy will have to beat Sweden in a European playoff to qualify for its 15th straight World Cup. A regular ...
October 16, 2017
Police raid homes of founder of Croatia's biggest company
Croatian police on Monday raided the homes of the founder of the country's biggest private company and his former aides amid ...
October 10, 2017
The thunderclap heads to Russia: Iceland gets World Cup spot
The Icelandic thunderclap is making its way to Russia. Iceland added to its incredible European Championship campaign by ...
October 09, 2017
Iceland qualifies for World Cup for first time
Iceland qualified for the World Cup for the first time after beating Kosovo 2-0 at home on Monday. Holding the momentum from ...
October 07, 2017
Croatia replaces coach after 1-1 draw with Finland
Croatia coach Ante Cacic has been fired and replaced by Zlatko Dalic. Davor Suker, the president of Croatia's soccer ...
October 07, 2017
Spain makes it to World Cup; Serbia unable to clinch a spot
Spain secured its 11th straight World Cup appearance aided by Italy's home draw against Macedonia on Friday, while Serbia ...
October 06, 2017
Iceland on path to World Cup with 3-0 win at Turkey
Iceland stayed on the path to becoming the smallest nation to qualify for the World Cup after beating Turkey 3-0 on Friday.
October 04, 2017
Serbian president's visit to Croatia postponed amid tensions
Serbia and Croatia agreed Wednesday to indefinitely postpone a visit by the Serbian president as diplomatic tensions soared ...
October 02, 2017
Leaders of Romania, Croatia want a one-speed Europe
The presidents of Romania and Croatia have called for an end to the differences between older and newer European Union ...
September 28, 2017
Giroud scores 100th goal for Arsenal in 4-2 win over BATE
Olivier Giroud scored his 100th goal for Arsenal as the Gunners beat BATE Borisov 4-2 to go two-for-two in Europa League ...
September 26, 2017
Ex-rebel Serb commander sentenced to 15 years in Croatia
A Croatian court on Tuesday sentenced a former Serb paramilitary commander and Australian citizen to 15 years in prison for ...
September 22, 2017
Slovenia cancels PMs meeting with Croatia amid border row
Slovenia's Prime Minister Miro Cerar has canceled a planned visit next week to Croatia as tensions rose over a border dispute ...
September 19, 2017
Melania Trump threatens lawsuit over English class billboard
Billboards featuring Melania Trump and the slogan "just imagine how far you can go with a little bit of English" were removed ...
September 15, 2017
How far can you go with English? Just ask Melania Trump
How far can you get with a little bit of a foreign language? According to billboards in the Croatian capital of Zagreb, just ...
September 15, 2017
Slovenia sues EU Commission over Croatia Teran wine permit
Slovenia says it has launched legal action against the European Commission for issuing a permit to Croatia to use the Teran ...
September 11, 2017
Torrential rain causes floods, power cuts on Croatian coast
Torrential rain has hit the Croatian Adriatic coast, triggering flash floods that have closed roads and left large areas ...
September 08, 2017
Soccer fan accused of flying Albania banner appeals to govt
An Albanian soccer fan wanted by Serbia for allegedly flying a drone carrying a nationalist banner over a match is asking ...
September 07, 2017
Croatia removes plaque with WWII salute from near camp site
Croatian authorities on Thursday removed a plaque bearing a salute used by the country's pro-Nazi regime during World War II ...