US returns to Italy stolen Christopher Columbus' letter on travels

A 15th-century letter by Christopher Columbus that found its way in the library of the US Congress years after being stolen from Florence has been returned to Italy, authorities in Rome said Wednesday.

Pusic: Those using hate speech can't harm my UN Secretary-General candidacy

For the first time in history, Croatia has an opportunity to nominate a candidate for the position of the UN Secretary-General. Under the existing rules, Croatia will have that chance again in 50 years.

Group of MPs from Patriotic Coalition writes to UN against Pusic's candidacy

The candidacy of Vesna Pusic has no legal validity because she was nominated by the outgoing government led by Zoran Milanovic, and she exploited the legal vacuum before the formation of the new government, ...

Grabar-Kitarovic tells UN Seselj acquittal dangerous precedent

She warns Ban about the possible damaging effects of the March 31 decision handed down in Seselj's absence, saying she is "deeply disappointed and concerned" with it.

Civil society group asks pope to encourage Croatian politicians to peaceful treatment of migrants

The Croatian civil society group "Dobrodosli" (Welcome) has sent a letter to Pope Francis ahead of his meeting with Croatian Prime Minister Tihomir Oreskovic on Thursday, thanking the pontiff for making the public more sensitive to the suffering of people fleeing war and violence ...

HND head says HNiP trying to introduce journalist servility

Despite their enormous effort, they have not been successful because as HND president I have been doing what I publicly promised, without any political motives or interference. 

Serb official warns about growing intolerance in letter to Croatian president

"Some respond to political discussions about the government and its platform with a campaign of intolerance and hate, and some see statements by individual members of the government and parliament as encouragement and support to that campaign,"