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Delo sees optimism returning to Croatia, but many still mistrustful


Commenting on a survey carried out in Croatia, the daily Delo sees optimism returning to the country after Andrej Plenkovi? was given the mandate to put together a government, but says that many still remain mistrustful.

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ProCredit Bank signed a guarantee agreement with the European Investment Fund (EIF) for the implementation of the Initiative for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) in Romania. ProCredit Bank
A SPANIARD has been arrested in New York 20 years after murdering his wife. The accused fled to the USA ...
One of the 22,000 or so guests at the Secret Solstice music festival in Laugardalur, Reykjavík,...
The Russian top diplomat believes NATO’s plans have always been aimed at acquiring free geopolitical space
As the Queen was on her way to the State Opening of Parliament on Wednesday, one observer noticed she wasn’t wearing a seatbelt and reported her to the police. Read Full Article at RT.c
TWO Spaniards are through to the quarter-finals in top tennis tournaments in the UK - Garbiñe Muguruza in the women's singles in ...
The Russian top diplomat urges Kiev to implement the Minsk deal
"This will require some professional and technical consultations by experts that we are beginning now," Russia's top diplomat said
After 38-year-old Mexico defender Rafael Marquez became the second-oldest player ever to appear at the Confederations Cup, we take a look at the top five veterans in Russia this summer.
David Nabergoj has resigned irrevocably as the president of the management board of Mlinotest after 21 years at the helm of the Ajdovš?ina-based bread and pasta maker. Nabergoj, who is leaving the co
NASA has launched the world’s lightest satellite into space, designed by an 18-year-old Indian student. The instrument, which weighs just 64 grams, is also the first satellite to be 3D
Bayo Akinloye The Centre for Anti-Corruption and Open Leadership Campaign, Centre for Public Accountability and 18 other rights groups have dragged the Federal Government to court over concession of t
The second President of Botswana, Sir Ketumile Masire, has died at the age of 91 after being admitted in hospital since last Friday in Bokamoso with critical condition. A statement by his family and t
What otherwise was a moment of joy became a cause for concern by parents of then baby Matthew Akinmuleya, who was diagnosed with sickle cell disease at birth. Experts say the condition can cause extre
Sergio Perez crashed his Force India heavily at the narrow Turn 8 with around 20 minutes to go.
When commenting on the concerns voiced by the Baltic states, Russia's top diplomat said that "there could not be an idea more absurd than this one"
A woman intending to make some purchases at a shopping mall yesterday evening decided to shoplift the goods instead because she felt the prices were too high.
Acting Minister of Interior Carmen Dan stated on Friday, when referring to the Cabinet members rescinding their resignations, that they wanted to give a signal that they will stay as acting ministers
About 30 defense industry plants operate in Azerbaijan and the Armed Forces is largely being equipped with local products, said Azerbaijan’s President Ilham Aliyev.
More than a third of Russians claim that Russia and Ukraine should close the borders and introduce a visa regime, according to a public opinion poll conducted by Russian NGO Levada Center poll.
The Public Protector cannot order that the Constitution be amended. It is not part of her job and it’s outside her powers.
Guðni Th. Jóhannesson remains a popular President, and a recent Market and Media Research poll shows him with a 81.8%... The post Icelandic President Drops In Popularity appeared first on The Reykjavi
St. Petersburg Stadium, that holds 68,000 spectators, will host the Confederations Cup final on July 2
Romanians purchased in the first five months of the year 717 new eco-friendly cars (electric and hybrid), almost two times more (185 pct) compared to the 251 green cars purchased in the same period o
Despite a recent drop in the value of the Icelandic króna, it is likely to keep rising in the long term, according to Daníel Svavarsson, an economist at Landsbankinn bank.
US student Otto Warmbier arrived in North Korea as a tourist on December 25, 2015; on January 1, he entered a staff room at the hotel and pulled down a political poster from the wall
Student nurses protested outside the SA Nursing Council building in response to the decision to cancel examinations written in May and rewrite them.

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