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» (E) Magical Mario sparks Croatian revolution
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach | Published 07/3/2004 | Media Watch | Unrated
 Magical Mario sparks Croatian revolution LONDON : Wimbledon semi-finalist Mario Ancic is the latest in a long line of sportsmen from the tiny Balkan republic of Croatia to make an impact on the world stage. Since declaring independence from Yugoslavia in 1992, Croatia has produced several top talents despite having a population of just 4.5 million.For Croatia to produce tennis stars like Goran Ivanisevic, Iva Majoli, Ivo Karlovic and Karoli
» (E) Tuning in to WELW
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach | Published 05/10/2004 | Media Watch | Unrated
 Tuning in to WELW -"Voice of Croatia"04/27/04Clint O'Connor Plain Dealer ReporterYou know how radio stations brag about caring for the community? How they're close to home and right in your back yard (even though they're controlled by corporations thousands of miles away)? WELW is in someone's back yard. Literally. It's behind a tool shed, actually, down a long driveway in a tiny, lonely building that can best be described as a sh
» (E) Music around the bonfire
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach | Published 02/5/2004 | Media Watch | Unrated
 Dancing around the fireOp-ed:Not sure about autheticityo of the story, but here it is, what people write and think.NBThursday, February 05, 2004Copyright © Las Vegas Mercury Music: Plucky charmsFlogging Molly upends Irish tradition By Ched Whitney For the uninitiated, the experience goes something like this: The ensemble comes on stage, toting the requisite traditional instruments--fiddle, tin whistle, mandolin, etc. The singer, a fortysome
» (E) The cell-phone guns, made in Croatia - Time Magazine
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach | Published 01/29/2004 | Media Watch | Unrated
 Press M for Murder: Cell Phones That KillN O T E B O O KPress M for Murder: Cell Phones That KillSecurity experts are watching for guns disguised as mobile phonesBy ADAM ZAGORINMonday, Feb. 02, 2004Don't be surprised if you're asked to whip out your cell phone and make a call next time you go through airport security. A mobile phone that masquerades as a gun may sound like a device concocted for 007, but it's the latest hidden weaponry to s
» (E) Katarina Tomasevski Rapporteur on the right to education
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach | Published 12/31/2003 | Media Watch | Unrated
 China’s education record of Tibet Disappoints UN expert  TibetNet[Sunday, December 21, 2003 10:14] Dharamsala 20 December: A UN human rights expert has sharply criticised the education policy pursued in Tibet by the People’s Republic of China.Ms. Katarina Tomasevski (Croatia), the Special Rapporteur on the right to education of the UN Commission on Human Rights has submitted a report to the 60th session of the Commission following an o
» (E) OBSTRUCTIONIST TACTICS MUST BE UNMASKED!
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach | Published 12/18/2003 | Media Watch | Unrated
 CROATIAN MEMBERSHIP OF THE EUROPEAN UNION: OBSTRUCTIONIST TACTICS MUST BE UNMASKED!17/12/2003 | ------------------------------------------------------------------------Brussels, 17 December 2003. In the process for enlargement to the countries of south-east Europe, the European Union has laid down that the conclusion of the process of ratification of the Association and Stabilisation Agreement (ASA) is a necessary condition for the formal c
» (E) Hold Russia to the same standards as Croatia
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach | Published 12/12/2003 | Media Watch | Unrated
 Russia's a Grown-Up By Anne ApplebaumTuesday, December 9, 2003; Page A31 It has an army, a stock market and a national bank. It has a seat on the U.N. Security Council, ambassadors in most world capitals and Olympic ice skaters. It has a flag, and quite a few satellites. So why can't we treat Russia like a grown-up nation? Certainly at the moment we don't -- and we haven't, really, since the collapse of the Soviet Union. When George W. Bush
» (E) Ivo Sanader Next Croatian Prime Minister
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach | Published 12/12/2003 | Media Watch | Unrated
 Croatia Names Next Prime Minister Dr. Ivo SanaderIvo Sanader was named Croatia's prime minister designate on Tuesday and has been asked to form the country's new government. Sanader, whose center-right HDZ party won 66 of 160 parliamentary seats in elections held two weeks ago, must now piece together a ruling coalition. The HDZ has won the backing of six other parties, giving it a slim majority in the new parliament, although it still has
» (E) RFE/RL report - Croatian elections
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach | Published 12/7/2003 | Media Watch | Unrated
 Croatian Elections ReportRADIO FREE EUROPE/RADIO LIBERTY, PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC___________________________________________________________RFE/RL Balkan ReportVol. 7, No. 39, 5 December 2003A Weekly Review of Politics, Media, and Radio Free Europe/RadioCROATIAN VOTERS OUST THE GOVERNMENT. Croatian voters apparentlyreturned the late President Franjo Tudjman's Croatian DemocraticCommunity (HDZ) to power in the 23 November parliamentary electi


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