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Fifth China-Croatia joint police patrol launched

China.dot.org 17 Jul 2024
The fifth China-Croatia joint police patrol commenced in Zagreb on Tuesday, with eight Chinese police officers joining the one-month mission in Zagreb, Dubrovnik, Zadar and Plitvice Lakes National Park, four of Croatia's top tourist destinations.
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Crime gang raked in £1.2m in building work scams by preying on vulnerable and elderly ...

The Daily Mail 16 Jul 2024
Prosecuting the case at Teesside Crown Court, Jamie Hill KC said ... The case, known as Operation Zagreb, involved years of painstaking work by North Yorkshire trading standards officers, working alongside councils and police forces across the country ... .
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Chinese police officers head for Croatia to take part in joint patrols

ECNS 13 Jul 2024
During the patrol, Chinese and Croatian officers will be mixed into teams and will carry out joint patrols for a month in locations such as Zagreb, Dubrovnik, Zadar, and Plitvice Lakes National Park, said the ministry.
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President Biden Announces Nominees

The White House 11 Jul 2024
Earlier, Jones served as Chief of Staff in the Office of the Counselor, as Deputy Economic Counselor at the U.S ... Embassies in Zagreb, Croatia and Podgorica, Montenegro ... office of Kirkland & Ellis ...
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Croatian IT consultancy Koios acquires leading British data analytics company

Pressat 05 Jul 2024
Koios, with offices in Zagreb and London, provides application development, data integration, business analysis, project management and a range of implementation services for leading software vendors ...
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Feature: Traditional Chinese Duanwu Festival celebrated in Croatia

China.dot.org 08 Jun 2024
This was the second time that the CCCF, entrusted by the Zhejiang Provincial Overseas Chinese Affairs Office and the Zhejiang Provincial Overseas Chinese Federation, to organize such an activity in Zagreb to celebrate the Duanwu Festival.
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Prominent Serbian minority newspaper repeatedly threatened in Croatia after nationalist party gains power

CPJ 30 May 2024
Novosti is the most prominent Serbian national minority newspaper in Croatia and is based in the capital, Zagreb ... CPJ emailed the press office of the Zagreb Police Department and the DP party for comment but did not receive a reply ... ....
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Prominent Serbian-language newspaper repeatedly threatened in Croatia after nationalist party gains power

CPJ 29 May 2024
Novosti is the most prominent Serbian minority language newspaper in Croatia and is based in the capital, Zagreb ... CPJ emailed the press office of the Zagreb Police Department and the DP party for comment but did not receive a reply ....
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Croatia gets new government with a far-right party included ahead of European parliamentary vote

Wtop 18 May 2024
ZAGREB, Croatia (AP) — Croatian lawmakers on Friday voted into office a new government that marks a tilt to the right in another European Union nation ahead of the 27-nation bloc’s parliamentary election next month.
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Croatia Government

Beaumont Enterprise 17 May 2024
... session in Zagreb, Croatia, Friday, May 17, 2024.
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Interview: Senj Wind Farm "model of cooperation" between China and Croatia, says mayor

People Daily 14 May 2024
After the inauguration of the wind farm in December 2021 till now, there've been still a lot of Croatian experts and local employees working in the Zagreb office of Norinco International, showing that this cooperation continues, he said ... (Web editor ... .
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Senj Wind Farm "model of cooperation" between China and Croatia, says mayor

Beijing News 13 May 2024
27, 2020 ... After the inauguration of the wind farm in December 2021 till now, there've been still a lot of Croatian experts and local employees working in the Zagreb office of Norinco International, showing that this cooperation continues, he said ... .
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Support for Ukraine at stake as Croatia votes in parliamentary election

AOL 17 Apr 2024
Ivan Rimac, a law professor at Zagreb University, said that during Plenković’s two terms in office, about 30 ministers had left government over corruption allegations in cases including serial misuse of EU funds and losses by public companies.
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