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  • Croatia Today (18:00) 04/10/2019
    11:08

    Oct. 4, 2019

    Croatia Today (18:00) 04/10/2019

    Šuica passes European Parliament hearing. Parliament declares National Road Safety Day. Sandra Perković in discus final at World Championships in Doha.

  • Croatia Today Late Edition (00:15) 19/10/2019
    8:34

    Oct. 19, 2019

    Croatia Today Late Edition (00:15) 19/10/2019

    A heated exchange over Serb minority rights in Vukovar shows ethnic tensions are running high there. Sabor passes changes to labor law returning reinstating 65 as the age of retirement. Lawmakers also adopt new citizenship legislation making it easier to obtain for members of the Croatian diaspora.

  • Croatia Today (18:00) 18/10/2019
    11:32

    Oct. 18, 2019

    Croatia Today (18:00) 18/10/2019

    Teachers unions threaten to step up strike activities. Opposition fails in motion to dismiss Minister of Health Kujundžić. Vukovar City Council concludes conditions not met for use of Cyrillic script.

  • Croatia Today Late Edition (00:15) 18/10/2019
    07:50

    Oct. 18, 2019

    Croatia Today Late Edition (00:15) 18/10/2019

    PM comments on Brexit deal reached in Brussels. Schools declare nation wide strike on Monday. Lawmakers discuss amendments to Pension Insurance Act.

  • Croatia Today (18:00) 17/10/2019
    10:54

    Oct. 17, 2019

    Croatia Today (18:00) 17/10/2019

    EC president Juncker and British Prime Minister Johnson come to agreement on Brexit. Teachers strike continues despite government promises. Parliament debates changes to Law on Pension Insurance.

  • Croatia Today Late Edition (00:15) 17/10/2019
    8:33

    Oct. 17, 2019

    Croatia Today Late Edition (00:15) 17/10/2019

    Prime Minister announces a 6% across-the-board salary hike for all public sector workers. Teachers unions say this proposed pay increase is not what they asked for and plan to continue the strike in primary and secondary schools. National football federation scraps plans to move EURO 2020 qualifier against Slovakia from Rijeka on November 16.

  • Croatia Today (18:00) 16/10/2019
    13:03

    Oct. 16, 2019

    Croatia Today (18:00) 16/10/2019

    Prime Minister announces 6.11% salary increase in state and public services. Opposition slams prime minister's report on work of government. Minister of health prepared for debate on proposal for his dismissal.

  • Croatia Today Late Edition (00:15) 16/10/2019
    07:22

    Oct. 16, 2019

    Croatia Today Late Edition (00:15) 16/10/2019

    IMF raises GDP growth projection for Croatia for 2019 and 2020. Union leaders say teachers strike will continue until government meets their demands. Croatian and Egyptian ministers condemn Turkish military attacks on northern Syria. US Ambassador says Croatia is close to meeting requirements for abolishing visa regime.

  • Croatia Today (18:00) 15/10/2019
    12:39

    Oct. 15, 2019

    Croatia Today (18:00) 15/10/2019

    Teachers' strike continues for a fourth day. 3rd of May shipyard account blocked again. Sinković brothers nominated as world's best men's rowing team.

  • Croatia Today Late Edition (00:15) 15/10/2019
    8:30

    Oct. 15, 2019

    Croatia Today Late Edition (00:15) 15/10/2019

    Judge's decision to release rape suspects sparks public outrage. Milan Bandić threatens to cut support for government if it doesn't grant teachers a raise. Croatia plays Wales to a 1-all draw in Cardiff.

  • Croatia Today (18:00) 14/10/2019
    13:14

    Oct. 14, 2019

    Croatia Today (18:00) 14/10/2019

    Labour and Solidarity Party threatens to topple parliamentary majority unless government agrees to a 6% pay hike for teachers. EU reiterates its call for Bosnia and Herzegovina to establish state-level and federation-level governments as soon as possible. Croatia misses opportunity to secure its place in EURO 2020 after playing to a 1:all draw against Wales.

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