War profeeting indictment against businessman Gavrilovic upheld

The Zagreb County Court on Wednesday upheld a war profiteering indictment against Djuro Gavrilovic, despite the claims of his defence attorneys that the statute of limitations has run out in this...

Djuro Gavrilovic charged with war profiteering

The anti-corruption office USKOK has issued an indictment against businessman Djuro Gavrilovic, charging him with purchasing several meat-processing companies that were part of the Gavrilovic...

USKOK probing MiG-21 aircraft overhaul corruption claims

USKOK, the Croatian body that investigates serious or complex fraud and corruption, has launched an investigation against two Croatian nationals on suspicion of graft in the overhaul of MiG-21...

Ex-army commander and other accused in Sibinj case plead not guilty at retrial

Former army commander General Mladen Kruljac, and former mayor of the eastern Croatian municipality of Sibinj, Ivica Batinic,pleaded not guilty to the charge of embezzling millions from the state...

Ex-Sisak county head Lovric Merzel trial to start Tuesday

Lovric Merzel and her attorney objected to shortcomings in the proceedings conducted by the Office for the Prevention of Corruption and Organised Crime (USKOK), insisting that the case against her...

Court postpones decision on Kalmeta indictment

The new session of a panel of judges that can uphold, reject the indictment or send it back to the prosecutors to amend it is scheduled for 2 June.

Court to decide on indictment against Kalmeta Friday

Kalmeta's lawyer Kresimir Vilajtovic told Hina on Monday that there was no legal evidence to corroborate the indictment issued by USKOK in June 2015.

Osijek court issues first indictment against Dinamo executive Zdravko Mamic

The prosecution charges Zdravko Mamic of having siphoned from Dinamo at least HRK 52 million, and his brother Zoran of having defrauded the club of at least 38.1 million.

Two remaining suspects in money laundering case placed in custody

Two remaining suspects in the case of laundering HRK 630 million through fictitious gold sales were placed in investigative custody on Saturday after returning to the country from neighbouring...

Detention set for 13 suspected of laundering EUR 84m through fictitious gold sales

Among them are the fugitives Antonijo and Pejo Ivic, whose names became public after this week's theft of two kilos of gold and EUR 280,000 from the headquarters of Zagreb's criminal police.

USKOK cracks down on ring suspected of laundering over EUR 84 mln

The Office for the Suppression of Corruption and Organised Crime (USKOK) on Friday opened an investigation into 15 suspects who are believed to have conspired to launder over 630 million kuna.

Corruption indictment upheld against ex-tax authority chief

The Zagreb County Court on Monday upheld an indictment against former Tax Administration chief Nada Cavlovic Smiljanec, former Osijek tax authority chief Ruzica Kovacevic, and entrepreneur Zeljko...

Zdravko Mamic no longer Dinamo's executive director

Zdravko Mamic held a news conference in Zagreb on Tuesday to inform the public that he would no longer be the executive director of the Dinamo Zagreb soccer club, but would be an advisor in the...

Bridge supports amended Sports Act

The Bridge coalition of independent slates has been advocating, for quite some time, ridding sports of political influence that serves utterly doubtful individual and group interests.

New probe into Dinamo soccer officials for HRK 70 mln graft

The USKOK anti-corruption office has launched another probe into the executive director of the Dinamo Zagreb soccer club, Zdravko Mamic and six others suspected of siphoning almost HRK 70 million...