Croatia continues to face intense criticism for its attitude towards immigrants.
The European Court of Human Rights has found Croatia guilty of detaining migrants in indecent conditions after three migrants died in a 2015 fire while in police custody.
At a press conference regarding the decision of the European Court of Human Rights, the Peace Research Center of the Croatian Association for Human Rights accused Croatia of failing to investigate abuses against migrants.
Source: Balkan News
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