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  • Croatia Today (18:00) 0711/2019
    12:04

    Nov. 7, 2019

    Croatia Today (18:00) 0711/2019

    Parliament debates 2020 state budget. Government adopts report on National Reform Program. Dinamo suffers shock tie in Champions League play in Zagreb.

  • Croatia Today (18:00) 19/11/2019
    12:58

    Nov. 19, 2019

    Croatia Today (18:00) 19/11/2019

    Teachers step up strike in elementary and secondary schools. Zagreb prepares for European People's Party congress. Victims of Greater Serbian aggression remembered in Borovo Naselje and Nadin.

  • Croatia Today Late Edition (00:15) 19/11/2019
    08:00

    Nov. 19, 2019

    Croatia Today Late Edition (00:15) 19/11/2019

    Croatians from across the country and abroad attend commemorations in Vukovar and Škabrnja. Vukovar and Škabrnja citizens unhappy with the processing of Serb war crimes. Prime Minister Andrej Plenković says Serbia has to make documentation on missing persons available to Croatia.

  • Croatia Today (18:00) 18/11/2019
    12:23

    Nov. 18, 2019

    Croatia Today (18:00) 18/11/2019

    Croatians remember the fall of Vukovar and the Škabrnja Massacre. Vukovar residents still seeking answers about the fate of missing relatives. Survey shows Croatian college students believe corruption is getting worse.

  • Croatia Today Late Edition (00:15) 18/11/2019
    07:46

    Nov. 18, 2019

    Croatia Today Late Edition (00:15) 18/11/2019

    Commemorations for Vukovar and Škabrnja atrocities begin throughout Croatia. Zagreb mayor backs incumbent president, Kolinda Grabar Kitarović, in her bid for a second term in office. Croatia secures 1st place in Group E and a ticket to EURO 2020 after a 3:1 won over Slovakia.

  • Croatia Today Late Edition (00:15) 17/11/2019
    08:00

    Nov. 17, 2019

    Croatia Today Late Edition (00:15) 17/11/2019

    HSLS elects new party leadership - Dario Hrebak replaces Darinko Kosor as party chairman. People's Party - Reformists back SDP presidential candidate Zoran Milanović. Independent candidate Miroslav Škoro slams Milanović for campaign billboard in Vukovar. Severe weather causes damage throughout the country - coastal areas are especially hard hit.

  • Croatia Today Late Edition (00:15) 16/11/2019
    8:23

    Nov. 16, 2019

    Croatia Today Late Edition (00:15) 16/11/2019

    With the negotiations broken off and the strike passing day 26, teachers' unions vow to keep up the pressure. Most demands Education Minister Divjak step down over the school strike. Zagreb's popular Christmas Market adds more events and venues to this year's program.

  • Croatia Today (18:00) 15/11/2019
    12:58

    Nov. 15, 2019

    Croatia Today (18:00) 15/11/2019

    Government says it will no longer pay teachers for their days on strike. Finance Minister Zdravko Marić says Croatia's key challenge is reducing its dependency on imports. The European Investment Bank stops funding so-called fossil fuel projects. Eurostat says annual inflation rate in October dipped in EU and Euro Area but remained unchanged in Croatia.

  • Croatia Today Late Edition (00:15) 15/11/2019
    9:19

    Nov. 15, 2019

    Croatia Today Late Edition (00:15) 15/11/2019

    Presidential election set for December 22. Lawmakers pass 2020 budget without extra funding for teachers. Renowned Croatian Hollywood producer Branko Lustig dies at 87.

  • Croatia Today (18:00) 14/11/2019
    12:47

    Nov. 14, 2019

    Croatia Today (18:00) 14/11/2019

    Presidential elections to be held on December 22nd. Parliament adopts 2019 budget rebalance and 2020 budget. Two time Oscar winner Branko Lustig passes away in Zagreb.

  • Croatia Today Late Edition (00:15) 14/11/2019
    08:00

    Nov. 14, 2019

    Croatia Today Late Edition (00:15) 14/11/2019

    Foreign and European Affairs Minister Gordan Grlić Radman is received by Pope Francis and the Vatican's Secretary of State. Prime Minister Andrej Plenković receives the president of the European Economic and Social Committee in Zagreb. Government expected to set a date for presidential elections at tomorrow's cabinet session.

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