Croatia Vs Serbia ICJ Genocide Trial Begins

Finally – it begins! One of the most important international court cases addressing the 1990’s war of aggression against Croatia will today 3rd March 2014 begin with hearing of evidence at the trial in the International Court of Justice (ICJ) at The Hague. The trial is said to end on 1st April 2014 and there […]

Today’s Croatian Responsibilities – No Cyrillic in Vukovar

By Dr. Slobodan Lang (10 February 2013) Translated into English by Ina Vukic The most important question for today’s Croatia is, by far, that of its demographic health. A wrong diagnosis is a criminal act in medicine and a right diagnosis without therapy, is immoral. The whole truth must be determined and, on basis of […]

Croatia: 5 June 1991 – historic day to remember!

5 June 1991: City of Split demonstrated against Yugoslav Peoples Army and terrible Greater Serbia tendencies. On this historic day, after many days of the siege of village Kijevo (near Knin) and the massacre of Croatian policemen in Borovo selo, embittered residents of Split came out in their masses – unarmed,  they confronted one of […]

Croatia: 17th anniversary of Operation Flash

A delegation of state officials, consisting of Parliament Speaker Boris Sprem, Defence Minister Ante Kotromanovic and Armed Forces Chief-of-Staff Drago Lovric, on Tuesday laid wreaths in Okucani, some 100 kilometres southeast of Zagreb, as part of a commemoration of the 17th anniversary of the Croatian army and police operation Flash, daily-tportal.hr reports. Wreaths were also […]

Krajina Serbs: want to collect payment for time spent devastating Croatia

  Convicted war criminal Milan Martic’s Serbs have announced that they’ll sue Croatia for not paying them their pensions for the period during which they lived in the self-proclaimed “Republic of Serbian Krajina” (RSK), reports HRSvijet portal. I might add, during this period – with the help of Serbia based Yugoslav People’s Army – they […]

Remembering “Bloody Easter” of 1991, Croatia

An incident at the Plitvice Lakes, Croatia, at Easter time in 1991, marked the beginning of the Croatian Homeland War. This incident took the life of the Croatian Police Officer, Josip Jovic, the first Croatian casualty in what was to become a terrible war, a bloody war. Croatian people decided to secede from communist Yugoslavia […]

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