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Croatia Airlines officials have confirmed the national carrier will start flights between Split and Serbian capital Belgrade. The flights will begin on 31 May and depart twice a week. A price of a return flight ticket between the two cities will cost 111 Euro.
Bayern confirms Mandzukic will join Atletico Madrid
Bayern Munich sports director Matthias Sammer has confirmed Croatian football star Mario Mandzukic is set to sign for Spanish side Atletico Madrid.
Two minor Czech girls injured in a maritime accident near the island of Hvar
Two minor girls from Czech Republic were injured in a maritime accident on Wednesday evening in the Adriatic island of Hvar.
National TV reporter got sacked for alleged off the record rude words about minister
The journalist Helena Krmpotic allegedly said rude comments off the record while waiting for the minister who was about to stand in front of press representatives to give a statement on an agreement signed with non-government organizations.
Desperate man from floods hit Gunja dies after setting fire on himself
A man from eastern Croatian village of Gunja has died after setting fire on himself due to a desperate situation after recent heavy floods in the area.
For Love They Dance in Kastel Kambelovac
The central event in Kastel Kambelovac will take place on 20 July when performers from Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Portugal, Lithuania and Poland will show the richness of their cultural heritage.
Traffic restrictions hit Dubrovnik area as Angela Merkel arrives
The southern Croatian town of Dubrovnik might face a lot of trouble in local transport in upcoming days as security measures will bring some restrictions due to international political forums taking place there.
The head of Gazprom visits Croatia
Alexey Miller, the head of the Russian oil company Gazprom, has arrived in Croatia for business talks.
Australian adventurer includes Croatia in his humanitarian journey
Australian adventurer of Welsh origin, Huw Kingston, has arrived in Croatia as part of a 12-month journey to circumnavigate the Mediterranean by sea kayak, mountain bike, ski and foot.
Lightning strike hits two women at market in Zadar
Two women selling groceries at the open market in the Croatian coastal town of Zadar were hit by a lightning strike on Tuesday morning - but have luckily survived.
Tourism minister celebrates successful start to season
The Croatian Tourism Minister Darko Lorencin has presented data that show the start of the season was very successful.
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