Jutarnji List: New Croatian computer developed

Jutarnji List: New Croatian computer developed

A group of Croatian IT companies have developed a new computer for education purposes, a counterpart to the BBC’s micro:bit, the Jutarnji List newspaper wrote on Wednesday.

Turkish authorities arrest disabled bomb disposal expert on terrorism conviction

Turkish authorities arrest disabled bomb disposal expert on terrorism conviction

Bilal Konakçı, a bomb disposal expert with the police who lost his hand and was blinded in an explosion, was arrested on Feb.21 after Turkey’s Supreme Court of Appeals upheld a conviction and sentence handed down on the charge of...

Bulgarian PM Boyko Borissov urges speeding up vaccine rollout

Bulgarian PM Boyko Borissov urges speeding up vaccine rollout

Bulgaria’s Prime Minister Boyko Borissov urged that a “green corridor” be opened for all willing to be vaccinated against Covid-19 while people from the priority groups are hesitating.

Plenković: Croatia holds initial talks on Russian vaccine

Plenković: Croatia holds initial talks on Russian vaccine

Croatia’s Prime Minister Andrej Plenković said on Wednesday the government had held initial talks with the Russians on the Sputnik V Covid-19 vaccine.

Beroš: Croatia agrees cooperation with Russia on vaccine procurement

Beroš: Croatia agrees cooperation with Russia on vaccine procurement

Croatia has agreed cooperation with Russia on the procurement of its Sputnik V vaccine against COVID-19, Health Minister Vili Beroš said in an interview with commercial broadcaster Nova TV on Tuesday evening.

Slovenia: Janša cabinet stays in office

Slovenia: Janša cabinet stays in office

Slovenian Prime Minister Janez Janša’s cabinet was given a vote of confidence in parliament on Monday, while the opposition motion to appoint Karl Erjavec prime minister-designate did not pass.

Did Turkey lose intelligence operatives in botched northern Iraq operation?

Did Turkey lose intelligence operatives in botched northern Iraq operation?

The Turkish Armed Forces (TSK) on Wednesday carried out a hostage rescue mission in northern Iraq that resulted in the death of all 13 hostages held by the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) in a cave complex in the mountainous Gara...

IMF says BiH authorities don’t want to implement reforms, turning to commercial banks

IMF says BiH authorities don’t want to implement reforms, turning to commercial banks

The authorities of Bosnia and Herzegovina do not want to implement reforms in the financial sector and cooperate with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and instead are borrowing money from commercial banks, which charge high interest, IMF representative Andrew Jewell...

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