Croatia

thumbnailCroatia expecting 1.5 billion-euro tourism project
2014-07-09Work is expected to begin this year in the southern town of Sibenik. In other business news: the Eurozone approves aid for Cyprus and Greece; Bulgaria avoids a financial crisis.
thumbnailNew programmes help Balkans work through corruption
2014-07-09Experts believe that gaining citizens' participation is an effective strategy in identifying areas vulnerable to corruption.
thumbnailEU asks the Balkans to fight energy sector corruption
2014-07-07A new report recommends reform of the justice system to tackle corruption in energy deals.
thumbnailViolence won't silence fascism's critics, beaten professor says
2014-07-07Residents of the divided city of Mostar say such attacks do not help the long process of reconciliation between Croats and Bosniaks.
thumbnailBloggers debate laws to decrease illegal weapons in the Balkans
2014-07-04Some bloggers argue that rigorous penalties are the only way to address the illegal weapons problem.
thumbnailCroatia, Montenegro working together to reach Adriatic oilfields
2014-07-02The effort to drill for oil and gas could stimulate the economy and attract foreign investment.
thumbnailBelgrade riverfront to see large investment project
2014-07-02Eagle Hills is investing up to 4 billion euros to develop property on the Sava River. In other business news: Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova signed free-trade pacts with the EU.
thumbnailArmies in the Balkans show co-operation in crisis situations
2014-06-30Co-operation demonstrated by armed forces proves valuable in managing natural disasters, experts and officials agree.
thumbnailBalkan countries co-operating to stop weapons trafficking
2014-06-30New initiatives are in place to slow the flow of illegal weapons.
thumbnailCroatia, Macedonia and Bulgaria link their stock exchanges
2014-06-26Experts say closer ties will increase the flow of capital in the Balkans.
thumbnailSerbia cheers for neighbours in World Cup
2014-06-20While their team isn't playing in the World Cup, Serbian citizens are supporting their neighbours from BiH and Croatia.
thumbnailBanned Croatian player a reminder of need to halt hate speech
2014-06-17Sport officials call for co-operation between all stakeholders to continue efforts to stop hate speech and fan violence.
thumbnailTurkey and Croatia look to improve business ties
2014-06-17Business leaders seek opportunities for new investment and deeper co-operation.
thumbnailCommunication may improve voter interest in EU elections, analysts say
2014-06-09Analysts debate what the Union can do to engage Balkan voters.
thumbnailCroatia looks to make its mark at World Cup
2014-06-09Absent from the World Cup four years ago, Croatia returns and will play in the tournament's first match against powerhouse Brazil.
thumbnailGreece optimistic about World Cup chances
2014-06-06Pundits and predictions say the team could advance past the group stage for the first time.
thumbnailWorld Cup appearance unites BiH football fans
2014-06-04After two challenging post-war decades, the Dragons' appearance in Brazil breaks down barriers between ethnic groups.
thumbnailIMF disburses 3.4 billion euros to Greece
2014-06-04The fund said Athens does not need to impose new austerity measures this year. Also in business news: Bulgaria leads the region in Foreign Policy magazine's Baseline Profitability Index.
thumbnailFloods spark regional co-operation, co-existence
2014-05-30The unity that came during the recent natural disaster shows that co-operation and co-existence are possible in the former Yugoslavia, bloggers and citizens say.
thumbnailMacedonia to join EU Battle Group exercise
2014-05-23Macedonia will take part in the military manoeuvres Rampant Lion 2014 in Belgium.
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