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Teachers unions accuse government of avoiding direct talks. Government says it was unions who abruptly ended negotiations in favor of going on strike. Commemoration held for 28th anniversary of Široka Kula massacre. Kenyan's dominate 28th Zagreb Marathon.
Search for Croatian mariner missing in the Atlantic has been called off after 16 days. Prime Minister Plenković says teacher's strike will not force government to abandon policies that have produced economic growth and reduced unemployment. 3rd Cravat Days Festival begins in Zagreb.
President Kolinda Grabar Kitarović says illegal migration must be resolved at its source. Teacher's strike enters its second day - Prime Minister Andrej Plenković says strike is baseless. Croatia makes decisive step towards securing a berth at EURO 2020 with a 3:nil win over Hungary in Split.
Search continues for Croatian captain of sunken Bourbon Rhode. Teachers continue strike in four counties. Conflict of interest committee initiates procedure against Prime Minister.
Teachers begin strike over demand for a six percent wage hike. Prime Minister Plenković says teacher's strike is unjustified and irrational. Cabinet ministers respond the HNS threat to leave the coalition government. Donna Vekić falls short of the quarterfinals of the WTA tournament in Linz, Austria.
School teachers begin nationwide strike. Tourism numbers up over first nine months. Croatia hosting Hungary in EURO 2020 qualifier this evening.
Teachers to go on strike on Thursday as mediation between unions and the government fails. Satellite images rekindle hope for sailors missing in the Atlantic. Croatia jumps ahead five places in the Global Competitiveness Index.
Teachers reject government's proposed wage adjustment plan - strike to begin tomorrow. World Bank raises economic growth projections for Croatia by almost half a percent. Croatia's trade deficit at 6.7 billion Euros in the first eight months of the year. Croatia jumps by five places on the Global Competitiveness Index to 63rd.
Croatia celebrates Independence Day - on October 8th 1991 Croatian Parliament severed all ties with the former Yugoslavia. President Kolinda Grabar Kitarović says proposed changes to National Holidays Act will see Statehood Day returned to May 30th, while November 18th - Vukovar Remembrance Day - will be declared a national holiday. Borna Ćorić makes first round exit in Shanghai.
Croatia celebrates Independence Day. New developments in the search for missing sea captain Dino Miškić. Government to reveal a proposed reshuffle of national holidays tomorrow.