Croatian Jews to boycott ceremony at former Nazi camp

The Croatian Jewish community will not attend the official government commemoration for the victims of the Jasenovac concentration camp for the fourth straight year.

Croatia ombudsperson: WWII fascist symbols widespread

Croatia’s Ombudsperson said that Ustasha symbols have become increasingly visible in the country, while the crimes of the Nazi-allied movement are being downplayed by politicians and media.

Sunglasses company holds photoshoot at Croatian Holocaust memorial

An Australian sunglasses company that used a Holocaust memorial in Croatia for a photo shoot has removed its new advertising campaign.

Croatia removes pro-Nazi plaque near death camp

Croatian authorities on Thursday removed a plaque bearing a salute used by...

Croatian anti-fascists and Serbs gather at WWII death camp site

Croatian anti-fascists and Serb minority groups on Saturday held a commemoration ceremony...

Croatian Serbs join Jews in boycotting WWII camp commemoration

Croatian Serbs said on Monday that they will join the country’s Jews...

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