A new era is beginning for Croatia today as people there wake up for the first time as citizens of the European Union. But the joy is being tempered by the Eurozone debt crisis and Croatia's own economic problems.
The European Banking Authority (EBA) has published results of a stress test it ran on major lenders from the EU and Norway, showing that a clutch of British banks and two lenders from Italy fared worst.
Migrants from across the European Union have made a considerable contribution to economic growth in Europe's powerhouse, a fresh study by a leading German think tank reveals. But they don't always get the jobs they want.
French President Emmanuel Macron has grand plans for the EU, but he has to get eastern Europe on board. If he wants to succeed, he must address that region's concerns, writes Romanian analyst Radu Magdin.
Even 23 years after the Battle of Vukovar, a divide remains between Croats and Serbs in the city. In school, children are separated according to their ethnicity. Srecko Matic visited the eastern Croatian city.
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