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World’s Oldest Neon Advert Made By Croat

The oldest neon advertisement in the world still in function, which is found on top of a department store in Prague, was designed by a Croat, writes portal evarazdin. Artist Bozidar Leiser, who was born in the northern Croatian city of Varazdin, made the 8-metre high revolving white swan, which ...

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U20 Brazil International To Join Hajduk Split

  Two Brazilian footballers from the famous Fluminense football club are to arrive at Croatian club Hajduk Split tomorrow, according to the club’s official website. Lucas Patinho and Gabriel Cassio land in Split tomorrow to undergo medicals, despite earlier reports that Fluminense FC would send midfielder Higor Rodrigues Leite, a cousin of Real Madrid star Kaka, ...

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Zagreb Basketball Manager Found Dead

Croatian basketball club KK Zagreb are in shock at the news of the death of their team manager and marketing manager Zoran Sucevic (44). Police found Sucevic’s body in the early hours of Thursday near a volleyball court at Zagreb’s lake Jarun, writes Vecernji list. It has been reported that his colleagues do not believe that ...

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CNN Article: Croatia Had “Friends In The Right Places” To Join EU

CNN have published an article on their website titled “Did Croatia get lucky on EU membership”, quoting a South East European politics senior researcher at the London School of Economics saying that Croatia “got lucky” and its membership was down to having “friends in the right places”. The researcher, James Ker-Lindsay, also states in ...

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Due Diligence Starts On Croatia’s Largest Alcoholic Beverage Company

Croatian largest and oldest wines alcoholic beverage company Badel 1862 have announced that a potential foreign buyer is conducting due diligence on the company. “Today began the process of due diligence on Badel 1862 by potential bidders who have acquired the right to purchase the bidding documents in accordance with the government’s decision ...

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More Bombs Go Off In West Zagreb

Police are investigating a spate of explosions in West Zagreb in Croatia after the an amateur bomb exploded at a bus station at midnight last night. The strong blast at the station in Stenjevac injured one person. He was taken to hospital and his injuries were not life threatening, reported ...

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