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A Croatian police officer guards migrant at Serbian Orthodox cemetery on no man's land at the Sid border crossing between Serbia and Croatia near Sid, about 100 kilometers west from Belgrade, Serbia, Thursday, Sept. 24, 2015. Tensions escalated between Serbia and Croatia on Thursday as the long-time foes struggled to come up with a coherent way to deal with tens of thousands of migrants streaming through the Balkan nations to seek sanctuary in other parts of Europe. (AP Photo/Darko Vojinovic)

Croatia lifts blockade of Serbian border after spat over refugees

Croatian police said Friday the border is now open “to all traffic without restrictions.”


Reopen borders for cargo or face countermeasures: Serbia tells Croatia

Croatia shut all but one of its crossings with Serbia last week to block the migrant surge, which has reached 44,000 in a week.


European nations shut borders, block bridges, halt trains

The rapid-fire, often contradictory border decisions came as each nation tried to shift the burden of handling the huge influx onto their neighbors, leaving asylum-seekers even more angry, confused and desperate.


Migrant crisis: Croatia shuts most Serbia border crossings, angering Serbia

Many of the migrants are Syrians and Iraqis fleeing war, who are seeking safety and prosperity in Germany and elsewhere in Western Europe.


Migrant crisis: Croatia now latest migrant hotspot after Hungarian clashes

By Thursday morning, Croatian police said 6,200 people had entered the country since the first groups started arriving early Wednesday.


Grabar-Kitarovic elected Croatia’s first female president

The result meant that Grabar-Kitarovic won by a slight margin of about 21,000 votes, mostly by Croats living abroad.


FIFA World Cup: Croatia thrash 10-man Cameroon

Croatia gave themselves a fighting chance of reaching World Cup knockout phase for the first time since 1998.


FIFA World Cup: The noise of a nation silenced

“If you thought the vuvuzelas were bad, wait until you here the caxirola,” said the Guardian.

UN court convicts 6 Bosnian Croats of atrocities during Bosnian war

UN court ruled that the atrocities were part of a plan aimed at establishing a Croat state in Bosnia

Saas-bahu in French

She vividly remembers looking forward to watching Bollywood movies as a child.

Tintu Luka: In search of second wind

Tintu Luka won’t forget Split in Croatia,the venue of her first sub-2 minute race,(1:59.17) in a hurry.


Spain beats Croatia 1-0,advances at Euro 2012

Spain ensure its passage to the European Championship quarterfinals,beating Croatia 1-0.


Croatia hold Italy to boost quarters hopes

Croatia held Italy to a 1-1 draw in their Euro 2012 Group C clash.


Croatia beats Ireland 3-1 in Euro 2012

Mario Mandzukic scored two goals to help Croatia beat Ireland 3-1 at European Championship.


Ireland goalkeeper Shay Given fit to face Croatia

Given has been bothered by a series of niggling injuries and only played the first half of Ireland’s final warm-up match