16 July 2001 ZAGREB, 16 July (Beograd.com)–After a 14 hour-long session, the Croatian parliament gave a vote of confidence to the cabinet of Prime Minister Ivica Racan [on the question of cooperation with the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia]. “As far as the indictments from The Hague are concerned, one might think that […]

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