A  building damaged in an earthquake, in Petrinja, Croatia, on Tuesday. Photograph:  AP Photo

An earthquake of magnitude 6.4 struck central Croatia on Tuesday, killing six people and injuring at least 20, and shook several neighbouring countri(...)

 People sit at a cafe bar on the main street Ilica during a street art festival in downtown Zagreb, Croatia, on June 7th. Photograph: Antonio Bat/EPA

Croatia says tens of thousands of foreign tourists are already in the country after it kick-started its economically vital holiday season ahead of oth(...)

General view of the damage in the streets following an earthquake in Zagreb, on Sunday. An magnitude 5.3 earthquake has shaken Croatia damaging buildings and cutting off electricity in a number of neighborhoods. Photograph: Antonio Bat/EPA

A 5.3 magnitude earthquake in Croatia has injured at least 17 people, caused significant damage to the capital, Zagreb, and complicated the country’s (...)

A medical assistant wearing protective clothes measures the temperature of people arriving to Czech Republic on March 14th, 2020. Photograph: Michal Cizek/AFP/Getty Images

The European Union has urged member states to implement health screening at their borders to halt the spread of the coronavirus. Increasing concern a(...)

Zoran Milanovic and his wife Sanja Music Milanovic celebrate following the initial results in Croatia’s presidential election. Photograph: Denis Lovrovic/AFP via Getty

Conservative Croatian prime minister Andrej Plenkovic has predicted a “hard cohabitation” with incoming leftist president Zoran Milanovic, as the coun(...)

Migrants wait for medical assistance at a migrant facility in Bihac in Bosnia-Herzegovina. Photograph:  Darko Bandic/AP

Amnesty International has said the European Union is complicit in Croatia’s “unlawful and frequently violent” treatment of asylum seekers arriving fro(...)