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New Newspaper Hits Newsstands In Croatia

As of this morning, Croatians have another daily newspaper option after national daily newspaper 21. stoljece (21st Century) hit newsstands around the country today.

“Different than the rest, with a wide variety of themes, from politics, economy to social,” states the newspaper. “Besides that we will deal with topics in a different way. We will give background to every news, from a view-point of our values, the people and ordinary family values,” said the newspaper’s editor.

The paper’s editor is Nada Mirkovic and it is published by the company Miran dan. The price of the paper is 5 kuna (0.60 euros).

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