Collision between passenger and freight trains near Novska town leaves three people dead and 11 injured, officials say.
Erdogan's three-nation Balkan tour ended in Croatia, where the Turkish President opened an Islamic cultural centre and discussed all aspects of bilateral relations between the two countries.
His remarks came at a news conference with his Croatian counterpart Zoran Milanovic in the capital Zagreb, the last stop of his three-nation Balkan tour following Bosnia-Herzegovina and Serbia.
Turkish President Erdogan says he will discuss this issue with his Russian counterpart Putin on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization summit in Uzbekistan later this month.
The passengers were adult pilgrims who were travelling to Medjugorje, a Roman Catholic shrine in southern Bosnia, Croatian Interior Minister Davor Bozinovic told reporters.
The new media platform targets seven countries in the Balkans, and will publish content in multiple languages, including Albanian, Bosnian and Macedonian.
At least two fans and about a dozen police officers have been injured after police opened fire on a group of rioting Hajduk Split fans after a lost match to league rival Dinamo Zagreb.
Contrary to expectations, President Zoran Milanovic has maintained Zagreb’s policy of interfering in Sarajevo’s internal affairs.
The quake hit the Ljubinje municipality in southern Bosnia and Herzegovina, 182 kilometers (113 miles) southeast of the capital city of Sarajevo.
This year marks the first time the tournament will be held in the Middle East and has been pushed to later in the year than is typical to avoid the region’s summer heat.
The situation in Bosnia is no longer a political crisis, but a rapidly deteriorating security crisis.
Increasingly, Balkan leaders are questioning and seeking to whitewash crimes committed in the 1990s as genocide denial continues to gain ground in the region.
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