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Daily Archives: January 14, 2013

Zagreb Bomber Remanded In Custody


The man charged by police in connection with 2 bomb blasts in West Zagreb, Croatia, was literally dragged to court by police officers on Monday. Vojislav Blazevic (54) was remanded in custody for 30-days whilst investigations continued. The lawyer for Blazevic, who is currently being held in hospital because of ...

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Argentine Goalie Rumoured To Be Heading To Dinamo Zagreb


Croatian football champions Dinamo Zagreb are set sign Argentine goalkeeper Pablo Alejandro Migliore, according to Argentina’s Ole. Dinamo Zagreb recently stripped the captaincy from its current goalkeeper Ivan Keleva after they announced that they were in the market for another keeper. Migliore was reported in the Argentine media saying that he can not wait to ...

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Floating Conference Centre On Croatian Coast


Conference organisers around the world looking for a swanky and exotic venue may soon be able to select Croatia. Davor Stern, a former Croatian government Minister and businessmen, plans to build a floating conference hall on Croatia’s Adriatic coast, writes Lider magazine. The floating conference centre, which will seat 2,000 people, ...

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Croatian And Serbian PM’s To Meet In Belgrade On Wednesday


The first official meeting between the Croatian and Serbian Prime Ministers is set to take place in the Serbian capital Belgrade on Wednesday, reports daily Vecernji list. Croatia’s Zoran Milanovic will meet with Ivica Dacic and discuss all current issues that effect the two nations, and also issues that are currently halting Croatian-Serbian relations. ...

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All Black Finds Hunger In Croatia


Croatia and it’s magical Dalmatian island of Hvar was an unlikely source of motivation for one of New Zealand’s top rugby players to return to the game at the highest level. Anthony Boric (29), who was part of the All Black’s World Cup winning side in 2011, was forced out ...

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VIDEO: World Music Attraction Coming To Croatia


Their sound has been described as mystical, unique, moving and distinctive, and their concerts a “goosebump” experience, and they set to perform in Croatia. GREGORIAN has cemented their place on the international music scene with their unique interpretations, selling over 6 million records and playing to more than 1.3 million ...

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Croatian President Powers To Increase?

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Could there be a change in Croatia’s constitution coming up shortly, allowing for the President’s powers to increase? Results of a recent survey have been published by Croatian daily newspaper Vecernji list, which asked citizens if they thought that the President’s powers were too restrictive. 53% of those surveyed believed ...

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Lidl Voted Best Foreign Retail Chain In Croatia


Lidl Croatia has been ranked the best international retail chain in Croatia, according to the results of a recent Best Buy Awards survey. Lidl Croatia scored highest amongst Croat shoppers when it came to price and quality in a number of key market categories, reports poslovni dnevnik. Lidl also was voted ...

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1st Round Defeats For Croats At Australian Open


It was a day to forget for the Croatian contingent on the opening day of the first tennis grand slam of the year, the Australian Open. Petra Martic, ranked 62 in the world, lost her first round match to 92nd ranked Misaki Doi from Japan 6:3, 6:4, while Ivo Karlovic was also ...

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Over Half A Million Croats Over 70

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“Statistics show that there has been an explosion recently in the number of old age people living. The number is expected to double by 2030. In the USA alone there is around 16 million people living older than 85,” said Inge Heim, an epidemiologist who has completed a study on ...

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