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Why Croatia commemorates Vukovar

CBR Editor Brian Gallagher was priviliged to be asked again to give a speech in regards to Vukovar on Croatia’s Remembrance Day service at the Croatian Chaplaincy in London. Croatian Chaplaincy London, 22nd November 2015 Why Croatia commemorates Vukovar Brian … Continue reading

Posted in Events, Homeland War

Croatia Remembering Victims Of Vukovar And Skabrnje

Originally posted on Croatia, the War, and the Future:
Fountain in Zagreblights up as Vucedol Dovethe symbol of VukovarCroatia24th anniversary of thefall of Vukovar ? On the night of November 17th people of Croatia’s capital Zagreb and their friends and…

Posted in Homeland War, Notable Days

Croatian Parliamentary Elections 2015

This Sunday sees parliamentary elections being held in Croatia. We will give some coverage on Sunday via our twitter feed, and hope to bring the results to you as soon as we can. Opinion polls are claimining its too close … Continue reading

Posted in Croatian politics and elections

British Croatian Society Annual Dinner – 13 November

We will be at this major annual event by the British Croatian Society. Book your place and come along!     ANNUAL DINNER Raising money for the London Supplementary School for Croatian Children Friday November 13, 2015 East India Club … Continue reading

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Croatia: Still Playing Same Broken Record To Diaspora

Originally posted on Croatia, the War, and the Future:
President Kolonda Grabar-KitarovicMet With Croats FromAbroad in Zagreb, July 2015 and other times ? During the Homeland War in Croatia the diaspora, the expats living abroad, had an enormous role to…

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Croatian President Boosting Prospects For EU Independence From Russian Energy Supplies

Posted in Croatia Immigration, Culture

Croatia’s Migration Crisis

Our twitter feed is providing latest news on the migration crisis with links to many news items, updates and so on. You can see it here (no need to register for Twitter, just click on the link) Croatian state radio/TV … Continue reading

Posted in Croatia and the EU, Croatia Immigration, Croatia's Foreign Relations