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8 Aug
Twelve people have been killed with 31 injured — 18 of them seriously — after a Polish bus filled with religious pilgrims slipped off a road and crashed near Varazdin in northwestern Croatia, authorities said.
30 Jul
DW-viewer Dora Pudja shows us around her home town in Croatia on the Adriatic. How has the corona pandemic affected Dubrovnik, which, with its many sights, was until recently suffering from overtourism?
16 Jul
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.
3 Jun
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.
31 May
The small Cessna aircraft crashed in a remote mountainous region of central Croatia. A search team discovered the wreckage using a drone.
16 Oct 2021
Politicians and rights activists are reacting to film footage showing migrants being violently forced back into Bosnia from EU member Croatia. But no one is taking responsibility.
28 Jun 2021
Croatia fans far outnumbered Spain supporters as they gathered in a sunny Copenhagen ahead of their Euro 2020 last-16 match later on Monday.
21 Jun 2021
Human rights activists slammed Croatian authorities for violent pushbacks of migrants and called for the abolition of the EU's Frontex border agency. Croatia denies taking violent measures against migrants.
3 Jan 2021
Images shot by the Croatian Red Cross show rubble in the street and emergency services deployed after a 6.4 magnitude earthquake hit Croatia, near the town of Petrinja, while other UGC images show products that have fallen on the floor of a supermarket in Zagreb.
3 Jan 2021
Reports say the tremor was also felt strongly in Zagreb, some 50 kilometers north of the epicenter, where panicked residents ran into the streets. A Slovenian nuclear power plant has been shut as a precaution.
2 Jan 2021
A series of earthquakes has been shaking Croatia. The strongest was a magnitude 6.4. The city of Petrinja, where DW's Matthias Grimm was staying, was hit the hardest.
28 Dec 2020
In Croatia, lawmakers and activists have been debating abortion legislation for three decades. The church, conservative politicians and pro-life activists now want to see rules tightened as they have been in Poland.

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