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Slovenia to sue fellow EU member Croatia over border ruling

“I am very worried about the silence of the Commission ... I believe politics prevailed over the law in this case,” said Cerar, adding the rule of law is “one of the fundamentals of the European Union”.

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Most memorable World Cup kits: From U.S. denim shirt to Slovenia's 'Charlie Brown' jersey

Of course, we're using the term "memorable" very loosely here. Memorable as in interesting and unique, and with wild color schemes that were seared into our brains. So what you won't see here are the classics, Argentina's vertical stripes, Brazil's yellow tops,USMNT's bomb pops(just kidding!).


Three in top 10 on final time trial wraps up Tour of Slovenia

It was a solid end to the team’s Tour of Slovenia, that finished without the desired stage win but with two podiums thanks toCaleb Ewan(3rd, stage 2) andDaryl Impey(2nd, stage 3).


Slovenia: Parliament to hold first session since election

LJUBLJANA, Slovenia –Slovenian lawmakers will convene next week for the first time since an election earlier this month which saw a right-wing party make strong gains.President Borut Pahor on Friday scheduled the inaugural session of Slovenia's newly-elected parliament for June 22, paving the way fo


Impey close second after Kluge makes break on stage three of Tour of Slovenia

Having been part of a chase group over the day’s final categorised climb, Impey rode it smart with the help of Slovenian championLuka Mezgecto challenge on the tough two-kilometre uphill finish, hitting the front of the race with 100m to go only to be passed on the line by stage winner Rigoberto Ura


Slovenia fund to sell state's stake in Gorenje to China's Hisense

LJUBLJANA, June 14 (Reuters) - Slovenian state-owned investment fund KAD, which manages some of state assets, will sell its stake in household appliances maker Gorenje to China’s Hisense Electric, the government said on Thursday.


Luxembourg's Anatol says it will not bid for Slovenia's Cinkarna

LJUBLJANA (Reuters) - Luxembourg’s Anatol S.a.r.l. will not announce a takeover bid for Slovenian metal products maker Cinkarna Celje (CICJ.LJ), strategic communication firm Propiar, which represents Anatol, said on Thursday.


The Latest: Slovenia: Greece-Macedonia deal good for Balkans

Sebastian Kurz, whose country takes over the EU's rotating presidency in July, said Wednesday that Austria "sees a clear European perspective for the entire Western Balkans and, of course, also for Macedonia."


A 'Crypto Shopping Mall' Is Being Tested in Slovenia - CoinDesk

A major shopping center based in Slovenia is widening a cryptocurrency payments pilot.BTC City Ljubljana, located in Slovenia's capital of Ljubljana, will allow a group of 150 people to use cryptocurrencies at 24 businesses located in the sprawling complex, which according to online materials boasts


UAE Team Emirates' Yousif Mirza hoping to make mark at Tour of Slovenia

Mirza, who was recently recognised by His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan as the UAE’s outstanding sportsmen of the year, will be looking to add to his medal haul and help continue the team’s rich vein of form following recent wins at the Criterium du Dauphine and the GP du Canton d’Argo


England's Gareth Southgate 'not somebody to be messed with' - Danny Rose

Southgate has shown no fear of changing the England squad, leaving out the likes of Rooney and Joe Hart as well as doing away with support staff members in his tenure, and Rose has taken notice of his boss' ruthless side.


Slovenia right-wing leader to seek coalition government

LJUBLJANA, Slovenia (AP) — Slovenia's leading right-wing politician, whose party won most votes at last weekend's parliamentary election, said Thursday he will try to form a coalition government even though most parliamentary groups have ruled out an alliance with him.


Slovenia's president to give mandate to anti-immigrant party to form government

LJUBLJANA (Reuters) - Slovenia's President Borut Pahor said on Thursday he would invite Janez Jansa of the anti-immigrant Slovenian Democratic Party (SDS) to form a government, although it remains unclear whether Jansa will be able to secure a majority in parliament. Janez Jansa, leader of the Slov


Slovenia Election: Europe Shifts Further to the Political Right

The Slovenia Democratic Party (sds), led by Janez Janša, took25 percentof the vote in Slovenia’s parliamentary elections this weekend. Janšatoldhis supporters, “Those who cast their ballots for us have elected a party that will put Slovenia first.” But Janša’s party may struggle to form a majority c


Slovenia anti-migrant party will try to form coalition govt

Ljubljana (AFP) - The Slovenian anti-immigration party that came first in last week's election will attempt to form a coalition government, its leader said Thursday, despite falling well short of a parliamentary majority.


Slovenia's BTC City to Become World's First Fully Crypto Friendly Lifestyle Center

Set in the center of the country’s capital city, Ljubljana, the eponymously namedBTC City shopping mallwill be transformed into a completely Bitcoin-friendly environment where every shop and venture will accept the cryptocurrency and operate via blockchain technology. The 1,558,398 square foot compl


Barty, Konta, Vekic reach Nottingham Open semis

NOTTINGHAM, England (AP) — Johanna Konta reached her first semifinals since Wimbledon last year after beating Dalila Jakupovic of Slovenia 6-4, 6-2 at the Nottingham Open on Friday.


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BC-TEN--Nottingham Open,135Barty, Konta, Vekic reach Nottingham Open semisJohanna Konta has reached her first semifinals since Wimbledon last year after beating Dalila Jakupovic of Slovenia 6-4, 6-2 at the Nottingham Open. Konta has hit form on grass after a poor season to date, and next faces Donna


Slovenian parliament to convene on June 22 as coalition talks continue

LJUBLJANA (Reuters) - Slovenia’s newly elected parliament will hold its first session on June 22, President Borut Pahor declared on Friday, as parties continue to seek to form a governing coalition after elections on June 3.


“The Situation Is Critical”: Austria Conducts Border Defense Drills For Expected Wave Of 80,000 Migrants

Just a few weeks after the opening of a new “Balkan route” of travel through Albania, Montegegro, Bosnia and Croatia, Austrian forces will conduct border-security exercises on June 25 in the border town of Spielfeld in preparation for a wave of80,000 migrantsexpected to travel through the route to W