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thumbnailRegional whistleblowers lack protection, support
2014-02-14Whistleblowers in the region are being urged to report irregularities and cases of corruption in the public sector, but only the bravest take action.
thumbnailEU praises Croatia's use of European arrest warrant in Perkovic case
2014-01-21EU officials have praised Croatia for using the European arrest warrant, which has been the subject of a months-long dispute between Brussels and Zagreb.
thumbnailCroatia and Serbia at impasse on minority rights
2013-12-31Belgrade sent a protest note to the Serbian Embassy in Zagreb, reproaching Croatia "for increasingly frequent incidents targeting the Republic of Serbia and Serbs in Croatia."
thumbnailBloggers divided over Croatia's marriage referendum
2013-11-18A referendum in Croatia that would prohibit same-sex marriage discriminates against the LGBT community and opposes EU principles, human rights defenders and some bloggers warn.
thumbnailEuropean Commission to mull Croatia's amendments to warrant law
2013-10-24The European Commission will review Croatia's amendments to the warrant law and decide if monitoring is necessary.
thumbnailPerkovic case puts Croatia, EU in conflict
2013-09-25The parliament adopted the law three days before the country joined the EU on July 1st.
thumbnailNikolic's Croatia visit will help repair relations, analysts say
2013-07-12Serbia President Tomislav Nikolic's recent visit to Croatia is expected to help improve relations between the two countries and regional stability.
thumbnailCroatia celebrates EU membership
2013-07-02Croatia celebrates EU membership, bringing a two-decade process to a successful end.
thumbnailCroatia enters EU, but faces uncertain future
2013-07-01In spite of EU accession and the new availability of funds, Croats are concerned about economy, quality of life.
thumbnailHague verdicts should not spark a regional divide
2013-05-30The Hague tribunal rulings should not affect the region's future.
thumbnailElection turnout points to Croatia's EU information campaign
2013-04-18Many voters said they do not know much about EU membership benefits despite the government's information campaign.
thumbnailNew regional governments urged to take economic action
2013-03-25Citizens and analysts want changes and solutions to economic problems from new governments.
thumbnailCroatia-Slovenia bank agreement 'pleases both sides'
2013-03-20The agreement signed by Slovenia and Croatia to resolve the ongoing dispute over Ljubljanska Banka deposits has cleared the path for Zagreb's EU accession.
thumbnailAnalysts: Croatia is ignoring outflow of illicit funds
2013-03-19Croatia has lost more than 11 billion euros through corruption and commercial mispricing.
thumbnailSatire gives 'news' portals an edge and an audience
2013-01-30Websites using humour to report on politics and controversial issues have earned the respect of citizens and journalists.
thumbnailCroatia, Serbia take first step to improve relations
2013-01-21Croatia Prime Minister Zoran Milanovic's meeting with Serbia Prime Minister Ivica Dacic helps break the ice between Zagreb and Belgrade.
thumbnailAlbanians celebrate 100 years of independence
2012-11-30Albania's 100th anniversary was observed across the country and in Kosovo.
thumbnailMilk subsidies again at issue in Croatia
2012-11-01Dairy producers joined farmers and workers in protesting the government's austerity measures.
thumbnailIn Serbia, millions fear debt collectors
2012-08-25With the economic crisis leaving many unable to pay bills, Serbian citizens claim that new debt collection practices are an invasive and unconstitutional abuse of authority.
thumbnailInterfaith dialogue persists despite politics
2012-06-18As the region's political leaders find grounds for disagreement, regional religious groups seek common ground.

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Region taking stand against corruption in footballRegion taking stand against corruption in football

After years riddled with scandal, officials are taking steps to end corruption and crime in football.

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