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Croatia

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  • Planning your trip to Croatia

    If you go THE BEST WAY TO DUBROVNIK, CROATIA From LAX, Lufthansa, British, KLM, United, Delta and Air France offer connecting service (change of planes) to Dubrovnik. Restricted round-trip fares range from $1,089 to $1,671, including taxes and fees....
  • 'Bachelorette,' 'MasterChef' outscore World Cup

    'Bachelorette,' 'MasterChef' outscore World Cup
    UPDATED: The World Cup has been drawing Orlando audiences to rival those in prime time. But Monday, prime time offered bigger shows in the Central Florida market. "The Bachelorette" on ABC attracted 114,674 viewers, topping prime time. Fox's...
  • German food with an accent at Old World

    German food with an accent at Old World
    According to the old saying, necessity is the mother of invention. And in the case of Vojo Brasnovic, the new general manager of Old World German Restaurant, it was his mother who prompted the necessity. The Croatia native, who joined the restaurant in...
  • World Cup: Brazil tied with Croatia at halftime, 1-1, despite own goal

    During warmups, a host nation gasped at the sight of -- or getting word about -- Neymar wincing and limping. At a Monday practice, the young man who carries the two-ton mantle of Brazil's soccer savior rolled his ankle. If these Brazilians lean more...
  • Brazil overcomes pressure and Croatia in World Cup opener

    Brazil overcomes pressure and Croatia in World Cup opener
    Thiago Silva fought back tears as he led his Brazilian teammates out of the tunnel and onto the field Thursday to welcome a World Cup many here thought would never come. Star striker Neymar, who, at just 22, is carrying the burden of his country's...
  • Controversial penalty a good lesson for U.S. World Cup team

    Controversial penalty a good lesson for U.S. World Cup team
    SAO PAULO — The U.S. soccer team gathered in a meeting room at the team hotel Thursday afternoon to watch the opening game of a World Cup it won't officially become part of until Monday, when it meets Ghana in the northeastern coastal city of Natal....
  • Mexico fans band together after World Cup loss

    Mexico fans band together after World Cup loss
    Whatever the outcome, Huntington Park police were ready. They closed a three-block stretch of Pacific Boulevard. They put extra patrols on the street, including officers on horseback. Emergency response teams throughout the county were placed on alert....
  • 2014 World Cup: Full TV Schedule

    All 64 matches of the FIFA World Cup from Brazil will be broadcast live on ABC, ESPN and ESPN2 in English and on Univision Communications broadcast and cable nets in Spanish. The tournament kicks off June 12, culminating with the championship game July 13...
  • Simenc makes splash at Flintridge Prep water polo clinic

    Simenc makes splash at Flintridge Prep water polo clinic
    LA CA√ĎADA — Whether it was his ability to dissect game footage, give one-on-one pool instruction or just relay a life lesson, three-time water polo Olympian Dudo Simenc certainly left an impression at Thursday’s Flintridge Prep water polo...
  • Re-energized Pula Film Festival Adds Sections, Beefs Up Industry Component

    MUNICH - Chris Miller and Phil Lord's "22 Jump Street," Jon Favreau's "Chef" and Mike Cahill's "I Origins" play out of competition as part of the Intl. Program at Croatia's 61st Pula Film Festival, whose lineup was unveiled Wednesday in Zagreb. Among...
  • Brazil opens World Cup with a win and some controversy

    Day 1 at the World Cup was a good one for conspiracy theorists and Brazil forward Neymar. For referee Yuichi Nishimura and tournament organizers, not so much. The Brazilians were tied with Croatia in the 69th minute when Croatian defender Dejan Lovren...
  • A primer for Americans on how to watch the World Cup

    A primer for Americans on how to watch the World Cup
    This week sports fans around the globe will turn their attention to the most watched athletic event in the world — the soccer World Cup. In remote villages and urban centers, close to 1 billion fans will stop what they are doing and find the nearest...