Baby Red pandas in Zagreb's Zoo

epaselect epa07995599 Two red panda babies in Zagreb's Zoo, in Zagreb, Croatia, 14 November 2019. Two red panda babies, who were born this summer in the Zagreb Zoo, have received today their names Dudek (man) and Regica (female). The names were proposed by Croatian citizens via social media and chosen by Croatian Olympics sportists, brothers Sinkovic as contribution to this year's Red Panda's day. EPA-EFE/ANTONIO BAT

People riding bicycles in Croatia

epa08620011 People ride their bicycles in Zagreb, Croatia, 23 August 2020. EPA-EFE/ANTONIO BAT

Street festival amid coronavirus pandemic in Croatia

epa08612581 Garbage men race on their tricycles along the track during the garbage men bicycle race at Ban Jelacic square in Zagreb, Croatia, 19 August 2020. Zagreb's authorities organised a street festival named 'Cest is the best' despite the coronavirus pandemic in Croatia with some 219 infected people. EPA-EFE/ANTONIO BAT

Zagreb Red Bull Soapbox Rally

epaselect epa07841730 A competitor in his homemade soapbox in participates in the second Red Bull Soapbox Rally in downtown Zagreb, Croatia, 14 September 2019. More than 60 teams competed in the event. EPA-EFE/ANTONIO BAT

Easing of coronavirus restrictions in Croatia

epa08393232 People enjoying walking in Central Zagreb, Croatia, 30 April 2020. Croatia is easing the restrictive measures declared to prevent the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus which causes the COVID-19 disease, by lifting the ban on public transport and reopening cultural institutions, sport centers, libraries and stores. EPA-EFE/ANTONIO BAT

Zagreb's sunset

epaselect epa07510725 Bicyclist rides and relaxes at sunset in Zagreb, Croatia 16 April 2019. After several colder and rainy days sunny weather returns to Croatia. EPA-EFE/ANTONIO BAT

FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup in Kranjska Gora

epa08222013 Anna Swenn Larsson of Sweden crashes during the second run of the Women's Slalom race at the FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup in Kranjska Gora, Slovenia, 16 February 2020. EPA-EFE/ANTONIO BAT

FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup in Kranjska Gora

epaselect epa07426564 Manuel Feller of Austria clears a gate during the first run of the Men's Slalom race at the FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup event in Kranjska Gora, Slovenia, 10 March 2019. EPA-EFE/ANTONIO BAT

FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup in Kranjska Gora

epaselect epa07426577 Christian Hirschbuehl of Austria crashes during the first run of the Men's Slalom race at the FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup event in Kranjska Gora, Slovenia, 10 March 2019. EPA-EFE/ANTONIO BAT

Zagreb Gay Pride

epa06021120 People pose for pictures during the Gay Pride march in Zagreb, Croatia, 10 June 2017. EPA/ANTONIO BAT

Migrants in Croatia

epa04940126 A Croatian policeman helps a refugee child to get aboard a train bound for Hungary and Austria at a railway station at the Croatian-Serbian border, near Tovarnik, Croatia, 20 September 2015. More and more migrants arrive in Croatia on alternative routes to enter the European Union. Serbia's border with Croatia has become the latest flashpoint in Europe's refugee crisis as migrants sought alternative routes to Western Europe after Hungary slammed its doors shut. Hungary on 15 September sealed the last gap in the barricade along its border with Serbia, closing the passage to thousands of refugees and migrants still waiting on the other side and some groups decided to pass over Croatia. EPA/ANTONIO BAT

Migrants situation in Slovenia

epa04986605 Slovenian Red Cross activists feed migrants behind a fence at the Refugee camp in Brezice, Slovenia, 21 October 2015. More and more migrants arrive in Slovenia on alternative routes to enter the European Union. Diplomatic tensions have flared amid migrant bottlenecks at the Slovenian, Croatian and Serbian borders that have left hundreds of people out in the mud, rain and cold. Ten leaders from the European Union and Balkan countries will meet in Brussels on 25 October to hold talks on the 'unfolding emergency' involving migrants in the western Balkans. EPA/ANTONIO BAT

Migrants in Austria

epa04988895 Austrian soldiers try to contol migrants crossing the border between Slovenia and Austria near Spielfield, Austria, 22 October 2015. Police had to open security fences in order to guarantee security for some 2.000 refugees waiting to enter Austria. Europe must boost security on its outer borders in the face of the brewing refugee crisis while finding a way to stay true to its values, delegates at a meeting of European conservative parties argued 21 October 2015. EPA/ANTONIO BAT

Refugees at border of Croatia with Hungary

epa04937075 Hungary police transfer migrants into buses at Croatian-Hungarian border near Beremend, Hungary, 18 September 2015. More and more migrants arrive in Croatia on alternative routes to enter the European Union. Serbia's border with Croatia has become the latest flashpoint in Europe's refugee crisis as migrants sought alternative routes to Western Europe after Hungary slammed its doors shut. Hungary on 15 September sealed the last gap in the barricade along its border with Serbia, closing the passage to thousands of refugees and migrants still waiting on the other side and some groups decided to pass over Croatia. EPA/ANTONIO BAT

Alpine Skiing

epa04080616 Gold medalist Kjetil Jansrud of Norway celebrates during the flower ceremony for the Men's Super G race at the Rosa Khutor Alpine Center at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Games, Krasnaya Polyana, Russia, 16 February 2014. EPA/ANTONIO BAT

Migrants in Croatia

epa04940110 A refugee boy cries and tries to help his mother who was overran when migrants pushed to board a train bound for Hungary and Austria at a railway station at the Croatian-Serbian border, near Tovarnik, Croatia, 20 September 2015. More and more migrants arrive in Croatia on alternative routes to enter the European Union. Serbia's border with Croatia has become the latest flashpoint in Europe's refugee crisis as migrants sought alternative routes to Western Europe after Hungary slammed its doors shut. Hungary on 15 September sealed the last gap in the barricade along its border with Serbia, closing the passage to thousands of refugees and migrants still waiting on the other side and some groups decided to pass over Croatia. EPA/ANTONIO BAT

Ski Flying World Cup in Planica

epa04135988 Sara Takanashi of Japan holds her crystal globe trophy for the overall World Cup title after winning the women's Large Hill individual competition of the Ski Jumping World Cup in Planica, Slovenia, 22 March 2014. EPA/ANTONIO BAT

International Knights Tournament in Zelina

epa04222913 People dressed as knights fight each other during the International Knights Tournament in Zelina, some 60 kilometers north-east Zagreb, Croatia, 24 May 2014. The knights of Zelingrad organize a tournament together with 35 groups of knights from Italy, Austria, Slovakia, Polish, Slovenia, Hungary, Czech Republic and Germany. They performed historical siege of Zelina town as a fight and victory against Turkish Imperial army dated 1557. EPA/ANTONIO BAT

UN tribunal overturns guilty verdicts against Croatian general

epa03473084 Croatian people and veterans react on the The Hague judgment the International War Crimes Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) of deliberating Croatian generals Ante Gotovina and Mladen Markac, as they watch a courtroom broadcast on a screen in downtown Zagreb, 16 November 2012. The appeals chamber of the ICTY on 16 November overturned guilty verdicts against Croatian generals Ante Gotovina and Mladen Markac. The generals, who had been sentenced by the ICTY to 24 and 18 years respectively on charges of war crimes and crimes against humanity, were to be released immediately. Croatia hailed the verdict and street celebrations erupted immediately after it was read. EPA/ANTONIO BAT

UN tribunal overturns guilty verdicts against Croatian general

epa03473079 Croatian veterans react on the The Hague judgment the International War Crimes Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) of deliberating Croatian generals Ante Gotovina and Mladen Markac, as they watch a courtroom broadcast on a screen in downtown Zagreb, 16 November 2012. The appeals chamber of the ICTY on 16 November overturned guilty verdicts against Croatian generals Ante Gotovina and Mladen Markac. The generals, who had been sentenced by the ICTY to 24 and 18 years respectively on charges of war crimes and crimes against humanity, were to be released immediately. Croatia hailed the verdict and street celebrations erupted immediately after it was read. EPA/ANTONIO BAT

The Day of the Tie in Zagreb

epa03437324 Men wearing traditional 17th century uniforms take part in the Cravat Day ceremony in Zagreb, Croatia, 18 October 2012. Croatian soldiers during the 17th century joined with French royal army and wore a kerchief tied around their necks. That kerchief, tied in a knot, spread as a fashion accessory and took on an ethnic name in Croatia: kravata (cravat) means Croats (Hvati). EPA/ANTONIO BAT

Athletics IAAF World Challenge in Zagreb

epa03383401 Allyson Felix of USA wins the women's 200 m competition of the IAAF World Challenge Athletic meeting in Zagreb, Croatia, 04 September 2012. EPA/ANTONIO BAT

Alpine Skiing

epa04094965 Patrick Thaler of Italy in action during the Men's Slalom race at the Rosa Khutor Alpine Center during the Sochi 2014 Olympic Games, Krasnaya Polyana, Russia, 22 February 2014. EPA/ANTONIO BAT

Slovenia vs Switzerland

epa04438935 Swiss Stephan Lichtsteiner (C) in action against Slovenian players Rajko Rotman (L) and Kevin Kampl (R) during the UEFA EURO 2016 qualifying soccer match between Slovenia and Switzerland in Maribor, Slovenia, 09 October 2014. EPA/ANTONIO BAT

Dog yawns in poppy flowers field

epa04236550 A young Maltese dog yawns as it is lying in a poppy flowers field in downtown Zagreb, Croatia, 02 June 2014. EPA/ANTONIO BAT

Alpine Skiing

epaselect epa04066289 Maria Hoefl-Riesch of Germany celebrates after winning the gold medal in the Women's Super Combined race at the Rosa Khutor Alpine Center during the Sochi 2014 Olympic Games, Krasnaya Polyana, Russia, 10 February 2014. EPA/ANTONIO BAT

European Kayak and Canoe Sprint Championships

epa03277262 Ana Ruz of Spain in action during the women's K1 1,000m semi final of the European Kayak and Canoe Sprint Championships in Zagreb, Croatia, 22 June 2012. EPA/ANTONIO BAT

Germany vs Portugal

epa03257366 Portuguese player Nelson Oliveira (R) vies for the ball with German player Mats Hummels during the Group B preliminary round match of the UEFA EURO 2012 soccer championship between Germany and Portugal in Lviv, Ukraine, 09 June 2012. EPA/ANTONIO BAT UEFA Terms and Conditions apply http://www.epa.eu/downloads/UEFA-EURO2012-TCS.pdf

Ski Flying World Cup in Planica

epa03638968 Gregor Schlierenzauer of Austria is airborne during the Ski Jumping World Cup flying hill Individual Competition in Planica, Slovenia, 24 March 2013. EPA/ANTONIO BAT

Alpine Skiing

epa04078480 Julia Mancuso of the USA in action during the Women's Super G race at the Rosa Khutor Alpine Center at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Games, Krasnaya Polyana, Russia, 15 February 2014. EPA/ANTONIO BAT

GNK Dinamo Zagreb vs Aalborg BK

epa04343570 Aalborg's Kenneth Petersen (R) in action against Dinamo Zagreb's Arijan Ademi (L) during the UEFA Champions League third qualifying round second leg soccer match between GNK Dinamo Zagreb and Aalborg BK in Zagreb, Croatia, 06 August 2014. EPA/ANTONIO BAT

Croatia High Heel Race

epa02784013 Girls and women run at the High Heel race at Ban Jelacic square, in Zagreb, Croatia, 18 June 2011. About hundred girls and women take part at the race to win 10 000 Croatian kunas (about 1,390 Euro) sponsored by global shoes companies. EPA/ANTONIO BAT

Italy vs Croatia

epa02329606 Croatian players with the team coach Ratko Boskovic (R) celebrate their victory and gold medal during the Water Polo European Championships final match between Italy and Croatia in Zagreb, Croatia, 11 September 2010. EPA/ANTONIO BAT

CROATIA WAR VETERANS PROTEST

epa02688835 Two women react emotionally after hering the war crimes verdicts against Croatian generals Ante Gotovina, Ivan Cermak and Mladen Markac, which was broadcast on a large screen in Ban Jelacic square, Zagreb 15 April 2011. Gotovina was sentenced to 24 years in jail for war crimes, Markac got 18 years jail while Cermak was cleared of all charges by the judges in The Hague. They were convicted of atrocities against Serbs during a 1995 campaign of lethnic cleansing. EPA/ANTONIO BAT

Hungary Vs Russia

epa02314542 Peter Biros of Hungary (R) struggles for a ball with Sergey Lisunov (L) of Russia, during the Water Polo European Championships' match between Hungary and Russia in Zagreb, Croatia, 03 September 2010. EPA/ANTONIO BAT

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Slhouetted children dive into the sea

Slalom Men

epa01981532 Former ski legend Alberto Tomba carries Giuliano Razzoli of Italy celebrating his victory of the Alpine Ski World Cup's Slalom men at Sljeme Mount near Zagreb, 06 January 2010. EPA/ANTONIO BAT

KOSOVO - REBURIAL/BOY

PRI01-19991107-SHTUTICA, KOSOVO, YUGOSLAVIA: A small boy dressed in camouflage looks at coffins among which his father's is lined up during a re-burial of 46 killed ethnic Albanians in the Shtutica village near the Kosovo town of Glogovac on Sunday, 07 November 1999. The ethnic Albanians had been killed by Serb irregular troops near here in spring 1999. EPA PHOTO EPA/ANTONIO BAT/ab/kr

KOSOVO - ALBANIAN ONLOOKING

PRI04-19991019-ORAHOVAC, KOSOVO: An unidentified ethnic Albanian looks through a steamy tent-window as he shelters against the heavy rain while watching the situation on the blocked road near Orahovac on Tuesday, 19 October 1999. Inhabitants of the village since more than nine weeks permanently man a roadblock near here to prevent traffic - especially Russian vehicles - to enter the town. The residents are demanding any other but Russian KFOR troops to be deployed in their town as they blame the Russians for being collaborators of the Serbs during the ethnic cleansing of ethnic Albanians in Kosovo. EPA PHOTO EPA/ANTONIO BAT/ab/kr

10th Anniversary of UN Mission to Kosovo

epa01756137 (FILE) A file picture dated 13 June 1999 showing British NATO helicopters landing on a bridge near Kacanik, Kosovo. In June 1999, following a 78 day-long NATO campaign, the United Nations was tasked to govern Kosovo through its Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK), with an unprecedented sweeping mandate to provide Kosovo with a 'transitional administration while establishing and overseeing the development of provisional democratic self-governing institutions to ensure conditions for a peaceful and normal life for all inhabitants in Kosovo.' In accordance with UN Security Council Resolution 1244, UNMIK established an international presence in Kosovo. EPA/ANTONIO BAT

Apc on patrol

An invalid passes by the IFOR APC, patroling the street in Mostar, Bosnia And Herzegovina, 30 June 1996. EPA/ANTONIO BAT

Children perform in front Pope John Paul II

Children perform in front Pope John Paul II during a meeting with youth on ocassion of his 76th birthday in Postojna, some 60km from Ljubljana, Slovenia, 18 May 1996. Pope is on a three-day visit in Slovenia. EPA/ANTONIO BAT
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