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''Murder In The Village'' is a new documentary of Andrew Norris filmed in Gornje Bukovlje, Croatia.
Credit rating downgrade unless labour law reforms made
Preserving Croatia's current credit rating directly depends on the willingness of President Zoran Milanovic's government to make labour law reforms.
Google censors internet in Croatia
Details from Google's Transparency Report show that in the period between July and December 2010, Google was forced to censor content in "Croatian" on the internet.
Chinese Confucius Institute to open in Zagreb
An institute is set to open in Croatia that will offer interested citizens an insight into the culture, language and business practices of China. The Confucius Institute will open at the University of Zagreb in May, the 20th anniversary since the establishment of relations between Croatia and China.
Burns: American government will do everything to abolish visas for Croats
U.S. Deputy Secretary of State William Burns, speaking at a press conference after his meeting with Croatian Foreign Minister Vesna Pusic yesterday (Sun), said that the American government would do everything to abolish visas for Croatian citizens, since Croatia has "made significant progress and has become a model for other countries in the region."
Angelina Jolie to fight landmines in Licki Osik
Hollywood star Angelina Jolie will help to fight the landmines in Croatia.
An 81-year-old man beaten to death by grandson
Police from the Osijek-Baranja county in Croatia's east reported last night (Sun) that the body of an 81-year-old man, violently beaten to death had been found in the village of Retfala.
Tourism industry to get billion kuna credit
The Croatian Bank for Reconstruction and Development (HBOR) is planning to activate credit lending for the tourism sector this year of about one billion kuna, which is around 210 million kuna more than last year, reported Croatian radio television.
Croatia Open wins ATP Excellence Award
The governing body of tennis, the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) has awarded the Croatia Open, which is held annually in the Istrian city of Umag, an award for excellence at The European Tournament Awards of Excellence for 2011.
5th Croatian Contemporary Visual Art Awards to be held in Zagreb
For the fifth consecutive year, the Museum of Contemporary Art (MSU) and Croatian Telecom get together to present the Contemporary Visual Art Awards to be held at the MSU in Zagreb.
Konzum to open its first gas station
Supermarket retail chain Konzum, a subsidary of Croatia's largest privately owned company Agrokor is about to branch out from the food business by planning to open its first gas station in Zagreb.
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