A strong earthquake in Croatia on Sunday caused panic, the evacuation of hospitals and widespread damage including to the capital's iconic cathedral — all amid a partial coronavirus lockdown.
By Darko Bandic, Associated Press
Near-complete results from Croatia’s tight presidential election showed that the conservative incumbent will face a liberal former prime minister in a runoff vote after no candidate won an outright majority on Sunday.
By Jovana Gec, Associated Press
HBO's blockbuster series, "Game of Thrones," broke records for Emmy nominations and wins before it ended this year. But in the small Croatian city of Dubrovnik, the series lives on. It was the backdrop for much of the fantasy thriller,…
By Christopher Livesay, Alessandro Pavone
Cruise liners offer scenic views you can’t replicate from land, but they also cause downstream consequences. In Europe, some beautiful waterfront cities are joining forces to limit the impact of thousands of passengers being disgorged onto their picturesque streets. Special…
By Malcolm Brabant
By Graham Dunbar, Associated Press
France won its second World Cup title in a match that was interrupted by an on-field protest during the second half that Russian punk band Pussy Riot later took credit for.
By Ronald Blum, Associated Press
Mario Mandzukic scored the winning goal in the 109th minute and Croatia shocked England 2-1 Wednesday.
By Vivian Salama and Ken Thomas, Associated Press
President Donald Trump heads back to Europe hoping to receive a friendly welcome in Poland despite lingering skepticism across the continent over his commitment to NATO and his decision to pull the U.S. out of a major climate agreement.
By PBS NewsHour
Migrants were trapped at a rain-soaked crossing between Croatia and Slovenia after Hungary closed its border. As countries fought over limits in the numbers of people they would accept, thousands found their own paths across the frontier and Slovenia reopened…
By PBS NewsHour
In our news wrap Monday, migrants and refugees continued to pour into Europe, but their transit has become more orderly and regulated. Also, more than 50 people were killed and hundreds injured in bombings in Nigeria over night.
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