Court rejects civil initiative motions regarding referendums on election law and Istanbul Convention
The Constitutional Court has rejected a complaint filed by the "People Decide" and "Truth About Istanbul" civil initiatives. The two initiatives were looking for the process of signature verification to be declared null.
Croatia’s last competitor in the single’s draws of the first grand slam of the tennis season fell short of the quarterfinals losing to Frenchman Pouille three set to one.
Croatia lost a heartbreaker to Brazil 29:26 on Sunday evening at the World Championships in Cologne, Germany.
Two suspected human traffickers, arrested in separate incidents on Saturday, will remain behind bars while their respective criminal investigations are underway.
Flu season in Croatia has reached its peak, with some thirty-thousand people currently affected.
- Committee finds no wrongdoing by intelligence agency in firing of President’s advisor
- Pejčinović Burić rejects MOST's claims that she is working in Serbia's interests
- Court rejects civil initiative motions regarding referendums on election law and Istanbul Convention
- Colleagues stand by Krstičević after e-mails show US warned Croatia about issues with arms deal
- Q&A period in Parliament, opposition grills government over INA and F-16's
- The Winter School of Croatian Folklore in Koprivnica
Now that the dust has settled, let’s take a look back at this year’s Advent Christmas market in Zagreb.
We all know how much Croatians love to point out how awesome they are at sports. But let’s be honest, the mind-boggling success that Croatia achieved in 2018 would make any country in the world proud.
I spent some time in Prague recently and it got me thinking about some - perhaps unfair - comparisons between Zagreb and Croatia as a whole.
I’ve never had a permanent job in my life, so, naturally, there’s pretty much everything about them that’s foreign to me.