Croatia’s only beach bar for dogs
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Croatia's only beach bar catering for dogs staged a race in the Adriatic on Sunday for owners and their four-legged friends.
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French dog specialists teach members of the Ecuadorian Red Cross, Fire Brigade, Army and Navy how to train dogs to sniff out Covid-19, which in the Latin American country has caused nearly 21,500 deaths and more than 453,000 infections (2,374 per 100,000 inhabitants).
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A photo from 2017, which users claim shows Ukrainian prisoners “caged like dogs” by the ultra-nationalist Azov regiment, has resurfaced. The misleading image actually depicts a Ukrainian soldier imprisoned for alcohol use. Also, users on social media claim that a Jerusalem pub rebranded from “Putin Pub” to “Zelensky Pub”. We tell you more in this edition of Truth or Fake.
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The small Cessna aircraft crashed in a remote mountainous region of central Croatia. A search team discovered the wreckage using a drone.
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The European Commission says Croatia has met all the conditions to adopt the euro common currency starting in 2023. The planned switch will come less than a decade after the Balkan country joined the EU.
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EU finance ministers have decided to admit Croatia to the monetary union. The former Yugoslav republic is set to start using the euro in January.
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