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  • Croatia Today Late Edition (00:15) 17/08/2019
    7:23

    Aug. 17, 2019

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

    Prime Minister pledges his government is working to improve lives of Croatian islanders. Condition of two children exposed to carbon monoxide fumes appears to be improving, doctors say. Rijeka cruise past Europa League third qualifying round by crushing Aberdeen.

  • Croatia Today Late Edition (00:15) 22/09/2019
    07:57

    Sept. 22, 2019

    Croatia Today Late Edition (00:15) 22/09/2019

    Pension System Minister Aladrović says rough calculations show that pensions will be higher for those who work longer. President Kolinda Grabar Kitarović attends gala dinner organized by Association of Croatian American Professionals in Cleveland. Borna Ćorić to face Russian Danil Medvedev in Saint Petersburg final on Sunday.

  • Croatia Today Late Edition (00:15) 21/09/2019
    9:11

    Sept. 21, 2019

    Croatia Today Late Edition (00:15) 21/09/2019

    The government has backed down on the retirement age, but unions still want a vote. Croatia's President is in Cleveland, a stop on her US tour this week. Croatian youth join Global Climate Strike, calling for action on climate change.

  • Croatia Today (18:00) 20/09/2019
    11:30

    Sept. 20, 2019

    Croatia Today (18:00) 20/09/2019

    Unions to wait 60 days for changes to Law on Pension Insurance. Parliament debates Law on Genetically Modified Organisms. President in USA to attend UN summit on climate change.

  • Croatia Today Late Edition (00:15) 20/09/2019
    07:07

    Sept. 20, 2019

    Croatia Today Late Edition (00:15) 20/09/2019

    Government agrees to civil initiative's demands regarding pension reforms. Treći Maj shipyard given a state guarantee for a 26 million Euro loan. Prime Minister opens works on Rijeka's new clinical hospital. Dinamo opens Champions League campaign with a 4:nil win over Italian side Atalanta.

  • Croatia Today (18:00) 19/09/2019
    13:17

    Sept. 19, 2019

    Croatia Today (18:00) 19/09/2019

    Court acquits Kalmeta in HAC-Remorker corruption case. Government gives in to "67 is too much" referendum initiative. Dinamo defeats Italian side Atalanta 4:0 in champions league.

  • Croatia Today Late Edition (00:15) 19/09/2019
    8:23

    Sept. 19, 2019

    Croatia Today Late Edition (00:15) 19/09/2019

    Opposition and PM clash over a host of issues as lawmakers begin fall session. Marija Pejčinović Burić takes the post of Secretary General of the Council of Europe. MEPs overwhelmingly vote to support Article 50 extension should UK request one.

  • Croatia Today (18:00) 18/09/2019
    12:08

    Sept. 18, 2019

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

    Question and answer period held in parliament. Pejčinović Burić assumes duties as Council of Europe Secretary General. Dinamo facing Italian side Atalanta in Champions League.

  • Croatia Today Late Edition (00:15) 18/09/2019
    08:00

    Sept. 18, 2019

    Croatia Today Late Edition (00:15) 18/09/2019

    Zagreb hosts first ever "Homeland Security and Crisis Management" international conference. European-wide study shows that trends in payment habits are positive in Croatia and the EU as a whole. Supreme Court agrees that banks are guilty of violating clients’ interests with Swiss Franc denominated loans.

  • Croatia Today (18:00) 17/09/2019
    10:26

    Sept. 17, 2019

    Croatia Today (18:00) 17/09/2019

    Supreme Court rules against banks in Swiss franc loans case. Minister says Croatia will not change its policy on migrants. Journalist arrested in connection to anti-police tweets.

  • Croatia Today Late Edition (00:15) 17/09/2019
    8:59

    Sept. 17, 2019

    Croatia Today Late Edition (00:15) 17/09/2019

    HDZ meets to address presidential election and dissenters within the party. Unions demand Sabor call their referendum on limiting the retirement age to 65. Court receIves more than 2 and a half thousand claims in Uljanik bankruptcy case.

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