Two drunk Christmas tree thieves in the south-western German city of Ulm were caught red-handed when they were stopped by police officers in the early hours of Saturday.
Croatian Parliament Speaker Zeljko Reiner on Thursday extended his best wishes to Croatian citizens celebrating Christmas according to the Julian calendar.
"Unity in inequality is not possible and calling for unity without having in mind facts that our society is getting more unequal everyday cannot be realised as a true unity," Pupovac said.
Caretaker Prime Minister Zoran Milanovic on Wednesday extended his best wishes for Christmas to the faithful who celebrate Christmas according to the old Julian calendar.
"I want the Christmas atmosphere to encourage us to togetherness and the new year to bring us all peace, joy, lots of success and satisfaction,"
"Christmas is also a time of love for one's fellow man. Let's forget misunderstandings and rows.
He said the light of Christmas revealed too many imitations in social relations, internationally too, whose goal was not the common good but a particular good, the good of a minority to the...
Thousands of people attended the service, one of the grandest in Catholic Church liturgy.
We have a non-partisan expert who can manage big systems. All the faces we have been watching on the political scene no longer represent our country.
President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic on Thursday wished Croatian citizens a merry Christmas and a happy New Year, with an abundance of health, joy, peace and success.
He said openness to others, constructive dialogue and understanding were an opportunity for even more closeness, mutual acceptance and acknowledgement.
The festive tumult of a German Christmas is something new for the many Muslim refugees. Elderly women organizing a biscuit bake-in in the eastern city of Dresden try to explain German customs to...
Twenty-two national minorities live in Zagreb, making it an example of co-existence in all of Europe, Deputy Mayor Vesna Kusin said, opening the exhibition, which is open until January 10.