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Croatia links divided region with new Adriatic coast bridge
Croatia has opened a long-awaited bridge connecting two parts of the country's Adriatic Sea coastline while bypassing a small sliver of Bosnia's territory.
Judo Grand Prix in Croatia
Day two of the Judo Grand Prix in the Croatian capital Zagreb where local judoka Barbara Matic wowed the crowd with some incredible moves
From next year you will be able to use euros in this European country
With Croatia set to adopt the euro next year, just a handful of EU countries now still use their own currencies
Croatia gets final approval to adopt the euro on 1 January 2023
The eastern European country will officially become the 20th member of the eurozone on 1 January 2023 — nearly a decade after first becoming a member of the European Union.
Croatia's Zagorje and Međimurje offer castles, culture and cuisine
If culture is your thing Croatia's Zagorje and Međimurje regions are a one stop shop for wine, history and cuisine.
Croatia could adopt euro in 2023 as Commission gives the all-clear
The eurozone could grow by 4 million people on 1 January 2023, if EU leaders approve later this month the Commission's recommendation to let Croatia adopt the single currency.
7 of the best campsites in Croatia for summer 2022
Whether you're looking for lakes, glamping or family fun, Croatia has you covered for your 2022 camping holiday.
Currency call: MPs back law introducing euro in Croatia from 2023
It will eventually replace the Croatian kuna.
Croatian woman allowed to have abortion after public outrage
Mirela Cavajda initially had her abortion request denied by doctors, even though her foetus had developed a serious illness.
Beech Power: the project protecting Europe's native forests
Europe’s ancient Beech forests are one of the best natural resources we have when it comes to tackling climate change, but they also face a combination of threats. An EU project has made it a priority to preserve what's left. We’ll be seeing what’s being done to preserve these precious ecosystems?
Debate rekindled in Croatia after doctors deny woman an abortion
Miranda Cavajda was more than 20 weeks pregnant when doctors found that her unborn child had a brain tumour and no chance of a normal life.
Croatia drops all entry rules: Here are the 9 best places to visit
From castles, churches and theatres to food, wine and music, we've put together a list of nine places you should visit to get your dose of Croatian culture.
The Croatian incubators hatching video gaming startups
Over the last five years, the region of Sisak Moslavina in Croatia has become a video gaming hub thanks to EU funding.
Crashed drone in Croatia contained 'explosives', say investigators
The aircraft is believed to have flown from the Ukrainian war zone across three countries before crashing in Croatia.
Croatia opens cannabis museum
Rituals, healing or inebriation, nutrition, clothing, fuel or construction material, the millennial history and many uses of cannabis are on display in Croatia's first museum dedicated to the plant.
The scandal of child poverty in Europe - are governments doing enough?
One in four children living in Europe is at risk of poverty and social exclusion. The EU’s Child Guarantee initiative aims to end this by putting into action the European Pillar of Social Rights on Childcare and support to children.
Large drone that crashed in Zagreb 'contained explosives'
A large Soviet-era drone that appeared to have flown from Ukraine crashed in the Croatian capital on Thursday night.
Croatia pulls design for €1 coin after plagiarism allegations
It had been selected to be minted to celebrate Croatia joining the eurozone next year.
Croatia to display prices in both Kuna and Euro from September 5
In 2023, everyone will be able to exchange kunas for euros free of charge in banks, in the Croatian Post offices, and in FINA (Financial services and payment systems) branches.
Croatia's population has dropped 10% in a decade, reveals census
Croatia's government has singled out the problem as a major challenge.
Croatia police display drugs seized in two raids
Croatian police on Tuesday displayed hundreds of pounds of drugs they said were seized in two separate operations last year in a southern Adriatic Sea port close to the famous resort of Dubrovnik.
Meet the self-proclaimed Jihadist leading Croatia's anti-vaxxers
Marko Francišković became the unexpected leader of Croatia's massive anti-vaccination movement. Now, he is facing charges for terrorism -- but not due to his fundamentalist ideas.
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'Final straw': Croatia's president accused of playing down war crimes
Once one of the most progressive voices in the country, Zoran Milanović has come under heavy criticism for a number of populist statements, culminating in the minimisation of wartime ethnically motivated murder in Zagreb.
Croatia one step closer to joining Schengen free movement area
EU governments have concluded that Zagreb is able to ensure the security of the bloc's external border, a highly sensitive topic amid renewed concerns over migration.
Europe rights court slams Croatia on Afghan family pushback
The court ruled that Croatia illegally pushed back a migrant family in 2017. A 6-year-old girl was killed by a train on the border with Serbia shortly after the removal.