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Croatia to take part in building two pipelines
Representatives of the Governments of Croatia, Montenegro, Albania, and Bosnia and Herzegovina signed a memorandum highlighting their intention to construct two new pipelines - the Trans-Adriatic (Trans Adriatic Pipeline, TAP) and the Ionian-Adriatic (Ionian Adriatic Pipeline, IAP), the news agency RIA Novosti reports.
Anas Sharbini returns to Rijeka
Professional football forward Anas Sharbini has returned to Rijeka FC.
Dukat acquires more shares in Ljubljanske Mlekarne
Croatian dairy firm Dukat has bought another 46.23 percent of the Slovenian diary producer Ljubljanske Mlekarne.
Angry fans damage coffee shop of former Sibenik FC director
Football fans in the Croatian coastal town of Sibenik have expressed their anger following the relegation of the local football club into 3rd division.
Tony Blair is the new ambassador of Youth Sports Games
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has accepted to become the latest ambassador to the Youth Sports Games.
Unions urge for the privatisation of 3. maj shipyard
Unions of the 3. maj Shipyard in Rijeka have urged the Croatian government to speed up the privatisation and to agree new business deals.
Transport Minister sees future for Croatia Airlines
Croatian Transport Minister Sinisa Hajdas Doncic has revealed national airliner Croatia Airlines is going to survive.
Hajduk needed to open their stadium in the middle of the night to let fans celebrate the cup
Hajduk Split football club needed to open its Poljud Stadium at 4.30 AM when thousands of fans wanted to greet their team upon a return from Zagreb where they won the national football cup on Wednesday night.
Missing woman married Facebook friend
A woman reported missing by her friends for more than a month turned up safe after 44 days to tell them she'd run off with a man she'd met on Facebook.
Mayor saves a woman in Senj
The mayor of the western Croatian coastal town of Senj has spread a good image of his town in a direct way.
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