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CROATIA-QUAKE/ZAGREB
RTX8J0N6 
December 29, 2020 
A woman pushes her walker outside a hospital as patients are evacuated after an earthquake, in Sisak,... 
Sisak, Croatia 
Earthquake strikes near Zagreb 
A woman pushes her walker outside a hospital as patients are evacuated after an earthquake, in Sisak, Croatia December 29, 2020. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic 
CROATIA-QUAKE/ZAGREB
RTX8J0MJ 
December 29, 2020 
A patient is evacuated outside a hospital after an earthquake, in Sisak, Croatia December 29, 2020. REUTERS/Antonio... 
Sisak, Croatia 
Earthquake strikes near Zagreb 
A patient is evacuated outside a hospital after an earthquake, in Sisak, Croatia December 29, 2020. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic 
CROATIA-QUAKE/ZAGREB
RTX8J0MK 
December 29, 2020 
A patient is evacuated outside a hospital after an earthquake, in Sisak, Croatia December 29, 2020. REUTERS/Antonio... 
Sisak, Croatia 
Earthquake strikes near Zagreb 
A patient is evacuated outside a hospital after an earthquake, in Sisak, Croatia December 29, 2020. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic 
CROATIA-QUAKE/ZAGREB
RTX8J0M1 
December 29, 2020 
A patient is evacuated outside a hospital after an earthquake, in Sisak, Croatia December 29, 2020. REUTERS/Antonio... 
Sisak, Croatia 
Earthquake strikes near Zagreb 
A patient is evacuated outside a hospital after an earthquake, in Sisak, Croatia December 29, 2020. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic 
IRAQ-CRISIS/EXECUTION
RTR4655S 
September 14, 2014 
A man passes by the family residence of British aid worker David Haines in Sisak, central Croatia, September... 
Sisak, Croatia 
A man passes by the family residence of British aid worker David Haines in Sisak 
A man passes by the family residence of British aid worker David Haines in Sisak, central Croatia, September 14, 2014. Islamic State militants fighting in Iraq and Syria released a video on Saturday that purported to show the beheading of British aid worker Haines. Reuters could not immediately verify the footage. But the images were consistent with that of the filmed executions of two American journalists, James Foley and Steven Sotloff, in the past month. Haines, a 44-year-old father of two from Perth, Scotland, was kidnapped last year while working for the French agency ACTED. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT CRIME LAW) 
CROATIA-REFERENDUM/
RTX15ZKQ 
December 01, 2013 
Same-sex couple Mima Simic (L) and Marta Sisak are seen in their home in Zagreb November 25, 2013.Croats... 
Zagreb, Croatia 
Same-sex couple Mima Simic and Marta Sisak are seen in their home in Zagreb 
Same-sex couple Mima Simic (L) and Marta Sisak are seen in their home in Zagreb November 25, 2013.Croats voted in a referendum on Sunday to determine if marriage as a "union of man and woman" should be enshrined in the constitution, a move initiated by Roman Catholic groups and criticized as discriminatory by opponents. In Croatia, gay pride marches have become routine but same-sex partners still face many practical challenges. According to Susak, at present, she's unable to inherit her girlfriend's property, adopt children together, get married or even visit her if she ends up in an old people's home. Picture taken November 25, 2013. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS) 
CROATIA-REFERENDUM/
RTX15ZKN 
December 01, 2013 
Same-sex couple Mima Simic and Marta Sisak walk in Zagreb's downtown November 26, 2013.Croats voted in... 
Zagreb, Croatia 
Same-sex couple Mima Simic and Marta Sisak walk in Zagreb's downtown 
Same-sex couple Mima Simic and Marta Sisak walk in Zagreb's downtown November 26, 2013.Croats voted in a referendum on Sunday to determine if marriage as a "union of man and woman" should be enshrined in the constitution, a move initiated by Roman Catholic groups and criticized as discriminatory by opponents. In Croatia, gay pride marches have become routine but same-sex partners still face many practical challenges. According to Susak, at present, she's unable to inherit her girlfriend's property, adopt children together, get married or even visit her if she ends up in an old people's home. Picture taken November 26, 2013. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS) 
CROATIA-REFERENDUM/
RTX15ZKJ 
December 01, 2013 
Same-sex couple Mima Simic and Marta Sisak are seen beside a banner that reads, "against hate" in Zagreb's... 
Zagreb, Croatia 
Same-sex couple Mima Simic and Marta Sisak are seen beside a banner that reads, "against hate" in Zagreb's... 
Same-sex couple Mima Simic and Marta Sisak are seen beside a banner that reads, "against hate" in Zagreb's downtown November 26, 2013. Croats voted in a referendum on Sunday to determine if marriage as a "union of man and woman" should be enshrined in the constitution, a move initiated by Roman Catholic groups and criticized as discriminatory by opponents. In Croatia, gay pride marches have become routine but same-sex partners still face many practical challenges. According to Susak, at present, she's unable to inherit her girlfriend's property, adopt children together, get married or even visit her if she ends up in an old people's home. Picture taken November 26, 2013. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS) 
CROATIA-REFERENDUM/
RTX15ZKF 
December 01, 2013 
Same-sex couple Mima Simic and Marta Sisak walk hand in hand in Zagreb's downtown November 26, 2013.... 
Zagreb, Croatia 
Same-sex couple Mima Simic and Marta Sisak walk hand in hand in Zagreb's downtown 
Same-sex couple Mima Simic and Marta Sisak walk hand in hand in Zagreb's downtown November 26, 2013. Croats voted in a referendum on Sunday to determine if marriage as a "union of man and woman" should be enshrined in the constitution, a move initiated by Roman Catholic groups and criticized as discriminatory by opponents. In Croatia, gay pride marches have become routine but same-sex partners still face many practical challenges. According to Susak, at present, she's unable to inherit her girlfriend's property, adopt children together, get married or even visit her if she ends up in an old people's home. Picture take November 26, 2013. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
CROATIA-REFERENDUM/
RTX15ZKC 
December 01, 2013 
Same-sex couple Mima Simic and Marta Sisak kiss in Zagreb's downtown November 26, 2013. Croats voted... 
Zagreb, Croatia 
Same-sex couple Mima Simic and Marta Sisak kiss in Zagreb's downtown 
Same-sex couple Mima Simic and Marta Sisak kiss in Zagreb's downtown November 26, 2013. Croats voted in a referendum on Sunday to determine if marriage as a "union of man and woman" should be enshrined in the constitution, a move initiated by Roman Catholic groups and criticized as discriminatory by opponents. In Croatia, gay pride marches have become routine but same-sex partners still face many practical challenges. According to Susak, at present, she's unable to inherit her girlfriend's property, adopt children together, get married or even visit her if she ends up in an old people's home. Picture taken November 26, 2013. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: SOCIETY) 
Croatia/
RTX15ZJQ 
December 01, 2013 
Mima Simic (L) votes in a referendum with her girlfriend Marta Sisak in Zagreb December 1, 2013. Croats... 
Zagreb, Croatia 
Mima Simic votes in a referendum with her girlfriend Marta Sisak in Zagreb 
Mima Simic (L) votes in a referendum with her girlfriend Marta Sisak in Zagreb December 1, 2013. Croats voted in a referendum on Sunday to determine if marriage as a "union of man and woman" should be enshrined in the constitution, a move initiated by Roman Catholic groups and criticized as discriminatory by opponents. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS) 
CROATIA-ELECTIONS/
RTR2UO2S 
November 30, 2011 
Croatian opposition leader and candidate for Prime Minister, Zoran Milanovic, speaks at an election rally... 
Sisak, Croatia 
Croatian opposition leader and candidate for PM Milanovic speaks at an election rally in Varazdin 
Croatian opposition leader and candidate for Prime Minister, Zoran Milanovic, speaks at an election rally in the Croatian town of Varazdin, some 70 kilometers (43.5 miles) north of the capital Zagreb November 30, 2011. Croatia, a future European Union member, goes to the polls on December 4. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
CROATIA-ELECTIONS/
RTR2UO2P 
November 30, 2011 
Croatian opposition leader and candidate for Prime Minister, Zoran Milanovic, speaks at an election rally... 
Sisak, Croatia 
Croatian opposition leader and candidate for PM, Zoran Milanovic, speaks at an election rally in the... 
Croatian opposition leader and candidate for Prime Minister, Zoran Milanovic, speaks at an election rally in the Croatian town of Varazdin some 70 kilometers (43.5 miles) north of the capital Zagreb on November 30, 2011. Croatia, a future European Union member, goes to the polls on December 4. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
CROATIA/
RTR2UDRP 
November 23, 2011 
An old bridge over the Kupa River is seen in the central Croatian town of Sisak some 50 kilometers (31... 
Sisak, Croatia 
Silhouette of an old bridge over the Kupa River seen at dusk in central Croatian town of Sisak 
An old bridge over the Kupa River is seen in the central Croatian town of Sisak some 50 kilometers (31 miles) south of the capital Zagreb seen at dusk November 23, 2011. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT) ) 
CROATIA-ELECTIONS/
RTR2UDRG 
November 23, 2011 
Croatian opposition leader and candidate for Prime Minister, Zoran Milanovic, speaks at an election rally... 
Sisak, Croatia 
Zoran Milanovic speaks at an election rally in central Croatian town of Sisak 
Croatian opposition leader and candidate for Prime Minister, Zoran Milanovic, speaks at an election rally in central Croatian town of Sisak some 50 kilometers (31 miles) south of the capital Zagreb on November 23, 2011. Croatia, the future European Union member, goes to the polls on December 4. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
CROATIA
RTR2NW0K 
June 20, 2011 
Firefighters attempt to put out a fire burning in a refinery owned by the oil and gas group INA in the... 
Sisak, Croatia 
Firefighters attempt to put out a fire burning in a refinery in the Croatia's industrial town of Sisak... 
Firefighters attempt to put out a fire burning in a refinery owned by the oil and gas group INA in the Croatia's industrial town of Sisak, around 50 km (31 miles) southeastern of capital Zagreb, June 20, 2011. INA said that the fire was due to crude products igniting and that there were no casualties and no danger to the environment. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY) 
CROATIA
RTR2NW0I 
June 20, 2011 
Firefighters attempt to put out a fire burning in a refinery owned by the oil and gas group INA in the... 
Sisak, Croatia 
Firefighters attempt to put out a fire burning in a refinery in the Croatia's industrial town of Sisak... 
Firefighters attempt to put out a fire burning in a refinery owned by the oil and gas group INA in the Croatia's industrial town of Sisak, around 50 km (31 miles) southeastern of capital Zagreb, June 20, 2011. INA said that the fire was due to crude products igniting and that there were no casualties and no danger to the environment. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY) 
CROATIA
RTR2NW0G 
June 20, 2011 
Firefighters attempt to put out a fire burning in a refinery owned by the oil and gas group INA in the... 
Sisak, Croatia 
Firefighters attempt to put out a fire burning in a refinery in the Croatia's industrial town of Sisak... 
Firefighters attempt to put out a fire burning in a refinery owned by the oil and gas group INA in the Croatia's industrial town of Sisak, around 50 km (31 miles) southeastern of capital Zagreb, June 20, 2011. INA said that the fire was due to crude products igniting and that there were no casualties and no danger to the environment. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY) 
CROATIA
RTR2NW0F 
June 20, 2011 
Firefighters attempt to put out a fire burning in a refinery owned by the oil and gas group INA in the... 
Sisak, Croatia 
Firefighters attempt to put out a fire burning in a refinery in the Croatia's industrial town of Sisak... 
Firefighters attempt to put out a fire burning in a refinery owned by the oil and gas group INA in the Croatia's industrial town of Sisak, around 50 km (31 miles) southeastern of capital Zagreb, June 20, 2011. INA said that the fire was due to crude products igniting and that there were no casualties and no danger to the environment. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY) 
CROATIA
RTR2NW0D 
June 20, 2011 
Worker watch as firefighters attempt to put out a fire at a refinery owned by the oil and gas group INA... 
Sisak, Croatia 
Worker watch as firefighters attempt to put out a fire at a refinery in the Croatia's industrial town... 
Worker watch as firefighters attempt to put out a fire at a refinery owned by the oil and gas group INA in Croatia's industrial town of Sisak, around 50 km (31 miles) southeast of capital Zagreb, June 20, 2011. INA said that the fire was due to crude products igniting and that there were no casualties and no danger to the environment. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY) 
CROATIA-REFINERY/FIRE
RTR2NVQG 
June 20, 2011 
Smoke rising up to 1500 metres is seen in Croatia's industrial town of Sisak, around 50 kilometres (31... 
Sisak, Croatia 
Smoke rising up to 1500 metres is seen in Croatia's industrial town of Sisak 
Smoke rising up to 1500 metres is seen in Croatia's industrial town of Sisak, around 50 kilometres (31 miles) south-east of the capital Zagreb, June 20, 2011. The fire raged for more than two hours before firefighters brought it under control. INA said that the fire was caused by crude products igniting and that there were no casualties nor danger to the environment. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS) 
CROATIA-REFINERY/FIRE
RTR2NVQD 
June 20, 2011 
Smoke rising up to 1500 metres is seen in Croatia's industrial town of Sisak, around 50 kilometres (31... 
Sisak, Croatia 
Smoke rising up to 1500 metres is seen in Croatia's industrial town of Sisak 
Smoke rising up to 1500 metres is seen in Croatia's industrial town of Sisak, around 50 kilometres (31 miles) south-eastern of the capital Zagreb, June 20, 2011. The fire raged for more than two hours before firefighters brought it under control. INA said that the fire was caused by crude products igniting and that there were no casualties nor danger to the environment. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY ENVIRONMENT) 
CROATIA
RTR2NVNW 
June 20, 2011 
Workers watch as firefighters attempt to put out a fire at a refinery owned by the oil and gas group... 
Sisak, Croatia 
Workers watch as firefighters attempt to put out a fire at a refinery owned by the oil and gas group... 
Workers watch as firefighters attempt to put out a fire at a refinery owned by the oil and gas group INA in Croatia's industrial town of Sisak, around 50 km (31 miles) southeast of capital Zagreb, June 20, 2011. INA said that the fire was due the crude products igniting and that there were no casualties not danger to the environment. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY) 
CROATIA
RTR2NVN5 
June 20, 2011 
Workers walk in the front of a fire at a refinery owned by the oil and gas group INA in Croatia's industrial... 
Sisak, Croatia 
Workers walk in the front of a fire at a refinery owned by the oil and gas group INA in Croatia's industrial... 
Workers walk in the front of a fire at a refinery owned by the oil and gas group INA in Croatia's industrial town of Sisak, around 50 km (31 miles) southeast of capital Zagreb, June 20, 2011. INA said that the fire was due the crude products igniting and that there were no casualties not danger to the environment. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY) 
CROATIA
RTR2NVMV 
June 20, 2011 
Firefighters attempt to put out a fire burning in a refinery owned by the oil and gas group INA in the... 
Sisak, Croatia 
Firefighters attempt to put out a fire burning in a refinery owned by the oil and gas group INA in the... 
Firefighters attempt to put out a fire burning in a refinery owned by the oil and gas group INA in the Croatia's industrial town of Sisak, around 50 km (31 miles) southeastern of capital Zagreb, June 20, 2011. INA said that the fire was due the crude products igniting and that there were no casualties not danger to the environment. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY) 
CROATIA
RTR2NVLZ 
June 20, 2011 
A worker watches a fire burning in a refinery owned by the oil and gas group INA in the Croatia's industrial... 
Sisak, Croatia 
A worker watches a fire burning in a refinery owned by the oil and gas group INA in the Croatia's industrial... 
A worker watches a fire burning in a refinery owned by the oil and gas group INA in the Croatia's industrial town of Sisak, around 50 km (31 miles) southeastern of capital Zagreb, June 20, 2011. INA said that the fire was due the crude products igniting and that there were no casualties not danger to the environment. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY) 
CROATIA-ENVIRONMENT/SISAK
RTXRGGE 
December 04, 2009 
The refinery in the central Croatian town of Sisak is seen on a foggy late autumn morning December 2,... 
Sisak, Croatia 
The refinery in the central Croatian town of Sisak seen on a foggy late autumn morning 
The refinery in the central Croatian town of Sisak is seen on a foggy late autumn morning December 2, 2009. The citizens of Sisak have for years complained about air pollution caused by the refinery sulfur-laden emissions and the oil group INA is aiming to complete modernisation of the refinery in 2012 to produce higher quality petrol, while at the same time considerably reducing pollution. Picture taken December 2, 2009. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA ENERGY ENVIRONMENT HEALTH) 
CROATIA-ENVIRONMENT/SISAK
RTXRGG3 
December 04, 2009 
A woman cycles past the refinery in the central Croatian town of Sisak on a foggy late autumn morning... 
Sisak, Croatia 
A woman cycles past the refinery in the central Croatian town of Sisak on a foggy late autumn morning... 
A woman cycles past the refinery in the central Croatian town of Sisak on a foggy late autumn morning December 2, 2009. The citizens of Sisak have for years complained about air pollution caused by the refinery sulfur-laden emissions and the oil group INA is aiming to complete modernisation of the refinery in 2012 to produce higher quality petrol, while at the same time considerably reducing pollution. Picture taken December 2, 2009. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA ENERGY ENVIRONMENT HEALTH) 
CROATIA-ENVIRONMENT/SISAK
RTXRGFS 
December 04, 2009 
The refinery in the central Croatian town of Sisak is seen on a foggy late autumn morning on December... 
Sisak, Croatia 
The refinery in the central Croatian town of Sisak seen on a foggy late autumn morning 
The refinery in the central Croatian town of Sisak is seen on a foggy late autumn morning on December 2, 2009. The citizens of Sisak have for years complained about air pollution caused by the refinery sulfur-laden emissions and the oil group INA is aiming to complete modernisation of the refinery in 2012 to produce higher quality petrol, while at the same time considerably reducing pollution. Picture taken December 2, 2009. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA ENERGY ENVIRONMENT HEALTH) 
CROATIA/
RTXRDC4 
December 02, 2009 
A hot-water pipeline leading from the thermal electricity plant in the central Croatian town of Sisak... 
Sisak, Croatia 
A hot-water pipeline leading from the thermal electricity plant in the central Croatian town of Sisak... 
A hot-water pipeline leading from the thermal electricity plant in the central Croatian town of Sisak is seen on a foggy late autumn morning December 2, 2009. The citizens of Sisak have for years complained about air pollution caused by the nearby refinery and other industrial facilities surrounding the town. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS HEALTH) 
CROATIA/;
RTXRDBU 
December 02, 2009 
The thermal electricity plant in the central Croatian town of Sisak is seen on a foggy late autumn morning... 
Sisak, Croatia 
The thermal electricity plant in the central Croatian town of Sisak is seen on a foggy late autumn morning... 
The thermal electricity plant in the central Croatian town of Sisak is seen on a foggy late autumn morning December 2, 2009. The citizens of Sisak have for years complained about air pollution caused by the nearby refinery and other industrial facilities surrounding the town. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS HEALTH) 
INA/
RTXRDBO 
December 02, 2009 
A woman works in her garden in the vicinity of the refinery in the central Croatian town of Sisak December... 
Sisak, Croatia 
A woman works in her garden in the vicinity of the refinery in the central Croatian town of Sisak 
A woman works in her garden in the vicinity of the refinery in the central Croatian town of Sisak December 2, 2009. The citizens of Sisak have for years complained about air pollution caused by the refinery's sulfur-laden emissions and the oil group INA is aiming to complete modernisation of the refinery in 2012 to produce higher quality petrol, while at the same time considerably reducing pollution. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS HEALTH) 
INA/
RTXRDBH 
December 02, 2009 
The refinery in the central Croatian town of Sisak is seen on a foggy late autumn morning December 2,... 
Sisak, Croatia 
The refinery in the central Croatian town of Sisak is seen on a foggy late autumn morning 
The refinery in the central Croatian town of Sisak is seen on a foggy late autumn morning December 2, 2009. The citizens of Sisak have for years complained about air pollution caused by the refinery's sulfur-laden emissions and the oil group INA is aiming to complete modernisation of the refinery in 2012 to produce higher quality petrol, while at the same time considerably reducing pollution. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS HEALTH) 
INA/
RTXRDBC 
December 02, 2009 
The refinery in the central Croatian town of Sisak is seen on a foggy late autumn morning December 2,... 
Sisak, Croatia 
The refinery in the central Croatian town of Sisak is seen on a foggy late autumn morning 
The refinery in the central Croatian town of Sisak is seen on a foggy late autumn morning December 2, 2009. The citizens of Sisak have for years complained about air pollution caused by the refinery's sulfur-laden emissions and the oil group INA is aiming to complete modernisation of the refinery in 2012 to produce higher quality petrol, while at the same time considerably reducing pollution. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS HEALTH) 
CROATIA
RTXLN9I 
November 21, 2002 
Riot police scuffle with Croatian steel mill workers demonstrating in Sisak on November 21, 2002. Some... 
Sisak, Croatia 
Riot police scuffle with Croatian steel mill workers demonstrating in Sisak on November 21, 2002. So..... 
Riot police scuffle with Croatian steel mill workers demonstrating in Sisak on November 21, 2002. Some 1,500 workers of the bankrupt steelworks rallied in Sisak ,demanding two full salaries, and tried to march to the capital Zagreb but were blocked by the police. The government is trying to sell the indebted steelworks, whose previous Austrian-Russian owners abandoned it last month. 
CROATIA
RTRE801 
November 21, 2002 
Riot police scuffle with Croatian steel mill workers demonstrating in
Sisak on November 21, 2002. Some... 
Sisak, Croatia 
CROATIAN STEEL MILL WORKERS SCUFFLE WITH RIOT POLICE IN SISAK. 
Riot police scuffle with Croatian steel mill workers demonstrating in
Sisak on November 21, 2002. Some 1,500 workers of the bankrupt
steelworks rallied in Sisak,demanding two full salaries, and tried to
march to the capital Zagreb but were blocked by the police. The
government is trying to sell the indebted steelworks, whose previous
Austrian-Russian owners abandoned it last month.

REUTERS/Davor Kovacevic 
CROATIA
RTRE752 
November 21, 2002 
Croatian riot police stand in line in front of Croatian steel mill
workers (foreground) protesting in... 
Sisak, Croatia 
CROATIAN STEEL MILL WORKERS PROTEST IN SISAK. 
Croatian riot police stand in line in front of Croatian steel mill
workers (foreground) protesting in Sisak on November 21, 2002. Some
1,500 workers of the bankrupt steelworks rallied in Sisak, demanding
two full salaries, and tried to march to the capital Zagreb but were
blocked by the police. The government is trying to sell the indebted
steelworks, whose previous Austrian-Russian owners abandoned it last
month. REUTERS/Nikola Solic

NSO/AH 
CROATIA
RTRE74E 
November 21, 2002 
Croatian riot police stand in line in front of Croatian steel mill
workers demonstrating in Sisak on... 
Sisak, Croatia 
CROATIAN STEEL MILL WORKERS PROTEST IN SISAK. 
Croatian riot police stand in line in front of Croatian steel mill
workers demonstrating in Sisak on November 21, 2002. Some 1,500 workers
of the bankrupt steelworks rallied in Sisak,demanding two full
salaries, and tried to march to the capital Zagreb but were blocked by
the police. The government is trying to sell the indebted steelworks,
whose previous Austrian-Russian owners abandoned it last month.
REUTERS/Nikola Solic

NSO/AH 
CROATIA
RTRDJ6B 
November 07, 2002 
The worker of the only Croatian steel mill in Sisak shows how he and
his colleagues are reduced to outright... 
Zagreb, Croatia 
CROATIAN STEEL MILL WORKER PROTESTS IN THE FRONT OF THE GOVERNMENT
BUILDING IN ZAGREB. 
The worker of the only Croatian steel mill in Sisak shows how he and
his colleagues are reduced to outright poverty during a protest in
front of the government building in Zagreb on November 7, 2002. The
protests follow unsuccessful attempt by the government to sell one of
the last heavy-industry giants to foreign investors after it went bust
during the privatisation process. REUTERS/Nikola Solic

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