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  • PoliticsMay 17, 2021

    Citizens elect representatives in local elections

    According to preliminary local election results from Croatia’s four largest cities published by the State Election Commission (DIP), Tomislav Tomašević recorded a convincing win in Zagreb, Ivica Puljak in Split, Marko Filipović in Rijeka, and Ivan Radić in Osijek.

  • PoliticsMay 16, 2021

    President in Slovenia for Brdo-Brijuni summit

    President Zoran Milanović arrived in the Slovenian lakeside resort of Bled on Sunday. Milanović and his Slovenian counterpart Borut Pahor held a working meeting ahead of the annual Brdo-Brijuni Process summit on Monday.

  • DomesticMay 16, 2021

    480 new cases of coronavirus in Croatia in last 24 hours

    There were 480 new cases of coronavirus infection in Croatia in the past 24 hours, and the share of positive results among those tested is 7%. Unfortunately, another 21 people have died. The number of patients on hospital treatment has fallen below one thousand 700, and 181 patients are on respirators.

  • PoliticsMay 15, 2021

    Election silence underway

    Election silence began at midnight on Saturday ahead of Sunday's local polls at which 3.660 million voters are eligible to elect authorities in 576 units of local government.

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  • My Two CentsDec. 8, 2019

    The answer to a question no one asked

    Growing up, I could count up to ten in Croatian because it made my great-grandmother smile. Oh, and I got candy from her as well because by accident my brother and I spoke to her in French one day out of sheer frustration/curiosity and we discovered—to our mutual joy—that the word for candy (bonbon) is the same in French and Croatian.

  • My Two CentsJan. 11, 2019

    Advent in Zagreb

    Now that the dust has settled, let’s take a look back at this year’s Advent Christmas market in Zagreb.

  • My Two CentsDec. 3, 2018

    Croatia’s amazing year in sports

    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.

  • My Two CentsNov. 7, 2018

    Comparing the incomparable

    I spent some time in Prague recently and it got me thinking about some - perhaps unfair - comparisons between Zagreb and Croatia as a whole.

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