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  • tony slavic wrote on 31. 08. 2014 from canada

    if it was an anglo saxon discovery you would accept everything plus more..they had an oven but didnt use it for heat or cooking..kit your racism is showing and you dont have intellect..


  • mehr kian wrote on 27. 08. 2014 from ICAR(Iranian Center for Archaeological Research)Tehran Iran

    congratulate to my cratian colleagues for their succes i would like to have email connection with them about our same intrests in field my email: please email me


  • Kit Webbe wrote on 27. 08. 2014 from USA

    That it is an oven I am happy to accept. But its uses - cooking food, warming water (to wash in !??), to warm the room - are a matter of sublime speculation. It is poor methodology to state these uses as factually-based. Marcel Buric should know better.


  • Matti Muikku wrote on 10. 08. 2014 from zagreb

    last news 18 of july, rush time or vacation......


  • Tony Razov wrote on 30. 07. 2014 from Sydney Australia

    Political parties should lead by example that benefits the country in the long term


  • Graham wrote on 30. 07. 2014 from Scotland

    I am a retired police officer. Disgraceful that the criminal law should be used for this. If the police had been libelled then they should have used the civil law. The police should have broad enough shoulders to carry a little criticism.


  • Zubair Khan wrote on 20. 07. 2014 from Zagreb

    In a secular country which recently joined the EU such incidents that too by youth are extremely alarming. Belonging to Ahmadija Muslim Community have always praised the tolerance and openness of Croatians. However such incidents force me to reconsider my thoughts on Croatian civil society.


    • Marko Palma wrote on 29. 07. 2014 from Amman

      Look at what Israel did in Gaza,then you will know why my people did this


    • mark wrote on 29. 07. 2014 from chicago

      and where are you from zubair? maybe i can dig up some dirt on people of your nationality and blame you for it...


  • Lillian King wrote on 24. 07. 2014 from Cista Mala 22214 Cista Velika

    I have been a regular reader of your newspaper since 2009. Why has the paper stopped. I am English and enjoyed reading the news of my adopted country as all newspapers are in HRVASKI which I cannot read. ?????????????


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