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  • 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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  • 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.

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  • JJ wrote on 15. 07. 2014 from Zg

    Well, a country deserves the politics they vote for, over and over again. And after all, it would probably take a good two to three years to pool this place out of the financial swamp its in. But not by any of the politicians around at this moment. so what will it be, HDZ again? Yeah, why not, they did a good job.....or?? People, wake up, get into the streets and demand for a real change, ask for the IMF and Worldbank, and some technocrats to clean up the mess then you are heading for Greece like years (even they do better now). Or else, someone will pay a Euro for the leftovers.

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  • Mike wrote on 15. 07. 2014 from Los Angeles

    As a deputy sheriff in Los Angeles who has been considering retiring in Croatia, perhaps even Đakovo, I found this article very disturbing. Because of the unique powers of the police, it is very important that the public is free to criticize any actions that they feel are inappropriate.

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  • John wrote on 12. 07. 2014 from UK

    Accept the fact police can be very aggressive at times. They need to face criticism both good or bad. The man has a right to free speech or does that not apply in Croatia as far as the police are concerned?

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  • John wrote on 11. 07. 2014 from UK

    Not allowed free speech in Croatia? It was his opinion and I am sure many would agree with his comments. Police can be aggressive get over it

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  • Jacques wrote on 07. 07. 2014 from Zagreb

    What a response!!! No one asked why this happened in the first place? The woman needs professional support and a forgiving employer.There is a reason for this to happen. Maybe the same employer??

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  • John wrote on 03. 07. 2014 from UK

    In the UK the dog would have been put down immediately and the owner prosecuted

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  • fernando ely wrote on 02. 07. 2014 from Brasil

    Isto é ótimo para alguns países. Gostaria que no Brasil fosse assim. Com a quinta maior população do mundo, sofremos muito por aqui.

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  • John wrote on 01. 07. 2014 from United Kingdom

    The route may well have been popular before the war but attitudes have changed. I cannot see Serbs being made welcome in Dubrovnik

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