Two former Croatian generals, Mirko Norac and Rahim Ademi, go on trial in Zagreb, charged for alleged atrocities against Serb civilians in 1993.
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- Ante Markovic, the last Prime Minister of Yugoslavia, dies aged 87 in the Croatian capital Zagreb.
- Pope Benedict XVI celebrates Mass in the Croatian capital Zagreb.
- Tens of thousands of protesters meet in the Croatian capital Zagreb's Ban Jelacic Square to express their support for indicted Croatian War of Independence veterans and ask Prime Minister Jadranka Kosor's government to resign.
- At least six people die as a Croatian high-speed train travelling from Zagreb to Split derails 30km from its destination.
- Former Croatian Army general Mirko Norac is sentenced by a Croatian court to seven years in prison for his role in the 1993 Operation Medak Pocket; Rahim Ademi is acquitted.
- China claims all gold and silver medals in the Table Tennis World Championships in Zagreb, Croatia.
- One person is injured following an apparent letter bomb attack in the British Embassy in the Croatian capital Zagreb.
- European Union postpones negotiations for Croatia's possible membership. Delegates state that Zagreb has not cooperated with the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia in trying to arrest suspected war criminal Ante Golovina.
- The European Parliament votes to end visa-free travel for United States citizens after the U.S. government failed to agree to visa-free travel for citizens of five European Union member states, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Poland and Romania. The resolution is non-binding.
- Croatian lawmakers approve conservative Croatian Democratic Union party leader Andrej Plenkovic's new coalition government 91-45.