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Croatian

the language that is spoken in Croatia, a dialect of Serbo-Croat (Croato-Serb)
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He said the Croatian community in France was upset by the remarks, but said he did not know why Croatians in Croatia or the United States have not filed similar suits.
Serbians and Croatians have been at loggerheads since Serbia allegedly committed genocide on Croatian citizens in the '90s when Yugoslavia broke up.
Members of both sides were referred to the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, and two Croatians acquitted.
At the EP, the 12 Croatians, who currently have observer status, will become fully-fledged MEPs from 1 July.
August 5, 1995 was the beginning of Operation Storm by the Croatian military and police forces, which claimed the lives of some 2,000 Serbs and forced the expulsion of some 340,000 from the Krajina.
UP to 1,000 Croatian hooligans are planning to descend on Poznan ahead of the game tomorrow.
Croatia: A Croatian fan was slightly injured and a dozen Croatia-registered cars were damaged as Croatian handball supporters clashed with Serbs in Novi Sad, the Beta news agency said on Wednesday.
hundreds of thousands of Croatians in service at one of the main squares of
The reality, however, is not so simple as all groups of Bosnians or Serbians and Croatians who supported the freedom and independence of Bosnia-Heregovina were attacked and bombarded by the Yugoslav army as part of the plans and actions of evil Serbian and Croatian leaders in neighbouring Serbia and Croatia.
As the Swiss franc has gained against the euro, more Croatians are interested in trying to convert their Swiss franc loans into euros.
18) Yet, according to the author's findings, the working-class Croatians do not recognize their social status as a class situation, whereas the professional cohort is well aware of its class (and ethnic) position.
The formation and expansion of Croatian heritage language schools and the support they received from HISAK-CSAC have garnered attention in studies by its long-rime director Ljubo Krasic, as well as shorter informative pieces collected in the 1994 book Unknown Journey: A History of Croatians in Canada (Sopta and Scardellato 1994) and in several issues of the periodical Gaudeamus (1993-94), published by the Association of Alumni and Friends of Croatian Universities.