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  • Croatia Today (18:00) 14/08/2019
    12:12

    Aug. 14, 2019

    Croatia Today (18:00) 14/08/2019

    Italians on Hvar most likely poisoned by carbon monoxide. Day of survivors of Serbian concentration camps observed in Vukovar. Dinamo defeats Ferencvaros 4:0 in champions league qualifications.

  • Croatia Today Late Edition (00:15) 10/12/2019
    07:36

    Dec. 10, 2019

    Croatia Today Late Edition (00:15) 10/12/2019

    Prime Minister Andrej Plenković says 60% of 2.5 billion Euros in EU funds has been contracted for rural development projects in Eastern Croatia. Croatian National Bank governor Boris Vujčić and Prime Minister Plenković expect continued economic growth in 2020. Tourism sector sees 5% increase in tourist arrivals in first 11 months of the year.

  • Croatia Today (18:00) 09/12/2019
    13:02

    Dec. 9, 2019

    Croatia Today (18:00) 09/12/2019

    Government focuses on economic development in Croatia's east at meeting in Vukovar. Expectations for 2020 at heart of Economist meeting in Zagreb. Zagreb Mayor under fire in city assembly over allegations of corruption at Zagreb's Christmas Market.

  • Croatia Today Late Edition (00:15) 09/12/2019
    07:33

    Dec. 9, 2019

    Croatia Today Late Edition (00:15) 09/12/2019

    Preparations underway for EU presidency. Zagreb Advent Run charity race draws 3000 participants. Osijek hammers Lokomotiva in domestic football league action.

  • Croatia Today Late Edition (00:15) 08/12/2019
    09:09

    Dec. 8, 2019

    Croatia Today Late Edition (00:15) 08/12/2019

    Prime Minister attends ceremony marking 20th anniversary of the death of Franjo Tudjman. Commemoration marks 28th anniversary of the liberation of Lipik. Filip Hrgović defends WBC Heavyweight Title.

  • Croatia Today Late Edition (00:15) 07/12/2019
    8:41

    Dec. 7, 2019

    Croatia Today Late Edition (00:15) 07/12/2019

    Government focuses on major infrastructure development projects in northern Krapina Zagorje County. SDP has enough signatures to get a no-confidence motion against Minister Divjak on parliament's agenda. Croatians consume a poor diet and smoke too much, according to the EU's latest State of Health report.

  • Croatia Today (18:00) 06/12/2019
    12:05

    Dec. 6, 2019

    Croatia Today (18:00) 06/12/2019

    Government cabinet session held in Krapina. Opposition moves to vote no confidence in Minister Divjak. Croatian Football Federation ready to introduce VAR technology.

  • Croatia Today Late Edition (00:15) 06/12/2019
    08:00

    Dec. 6, 2019

    Croatia Today Late Edition (00:15) 06/12/2019

    President of European Parliament David Sassoli visits Zagreb ahead of Croatia's EU presidency. Sassoli and Prime Minister Andrej Plenković say EU's financial framework is a key upcoming challenge. State Election Commission approves 11 candidates to run in December 22nd presidential election.

  • Croatia Today (18:00) 05/12:2019
    11:32

    Dec. 5, 2019

    Croatia Today (18:00) 05/12:2019

    State Election Commission announces presidential candidate list. President of the European Parliament David Sassoli on visit to Zagreb. Opposition proposes changes to presidential election law.

  • Croatia Today Late Edition (00:15) 05/12/2019
    08:12

    Dec. 5, 2019

    Croatia Today Late Edition (00:15) 05/12/2019

    NATO summit wraps up in London. Investment conference expects double the investments compared to last year. Opposition SDP calls for vote of no confidence in Education Minister.

  • Croatia Today (18:00) 04/12/2019
    13:28

    Dec. 4, 2019

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

    The presidential hopefuls have handed in their petitions. So, who will be on the ballot? NATO leaders reaffirm commitment to the alliance despite tense start to summit. Did Croatian police deport two Nigerian students mistaken for illegal migrants?

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