Braving homophobic attacks and prejudice, the LGBTQ community and rights groups in Croatia were able organize pride parades in two major cities, Zagreb and Split
In Croatian capital Zagreb, Tomislav Tomasevic, leader of Mozemo! (We can!) from the green-left coalition, secured 45.15% votes and will take on Miroslav Skoro (12.6% votes) from the right-wing Homeland Movement in the second round
Coal miners in Labin in the Istria county of present day Croatia had rebelled against fascist assaults and exploitation by the mining company and occupied the mines before proclaiming the ‘Labin Republic’ on March 2, 1921
Prime minister Andrej Plenkovic’s current term was due to end in October. However, he chose to call for early elections riding on the popularity over his handling of the early phase of COVID-19 outbreak
The notorious Ustasa troops were responsible for the massacre of Jews, Serbs, Romas and anti-fascist Bosniaks and Croats during the second world war
On November 25, Monday, a massive demonstration has been called for in Zagreb, the country’s capital, demanding a 6.11% hike in job complexity coefficients.
The marchers also expressed solidarity with the Croatian journalist Gordan Duhacek, who is being prosecuted for publishing a report against police brutality