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The Republic of Slovenia issued an open call for the 2021 Golden Bee Award

By: UKOM The Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Food has issued an open call to citizens, legal persons or other organisations for identification of the...

Tokio Olympic: Slovenia through to Q/F of Olympic basketball tournament

By: P.T., STA Slovenia made it to the quarter-finals of the basketball tournament at the Tokyo Olympics after defeating the hosts Japan 116:81 for what...

Survey unemployment down to 4.8% in June

By: P.T., STA Slovenia's ILO-compatible survey unemployment rate fell to 4.8% in June, down 0.2 percentage points from May and half a point down from...

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(VIDEO) Tokio Olympics: Primož Roglič Wins Gold in Cycling Time Trial

By: J.S., STA Rider Primož Roglič has outclassed the competition by more than a minute in the men's Olympic time trial on Wednesday to win...

Digitisation must pass into our subconscious and routine

By: Davorin Kopše In order for society to transform in today’s modern world, it needs digitisation. It is nothing more than a transition from an...

Slovenia

The Republic of Slovenia issued an open call for the 2021 Golden Bee Award

By: UKOM The Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Food has issued an open call to citizens, legal persons or other organisations for identification of the...

Slovenia: Janez Mravljak appointed head of recovery office

By: P.T., STA The government on Wednesday appointed Finance Ministry official Janez Mravljak to head the newly founded Recovery and Resilience Office as acting director...

Krka’s H1 net profit up 11% to EUR 177m

By: P.T., STA Pharma group Krka Group saw its net profit rise by 11% to EUR 177.4 million in the first six months on record...

Upgraded Jesenice rail tunnel opens, improving link with Austria

By: J.S., STA Infrastructure Minister Jernej Vrtovec and his Austrian counterpart Leonore Gewessler took part in a ceremony marking the reopening of the Karavanke railway...

Slovenian, Montenegrin police talk efforts to strengthen cooperation

By: P.T., STA Montenegrin Police Commissioner Zoran Brđanin visited Slovenia as part of a Montenegrin delegation to meet Interior Ministry State Secretary Božo Predalič and...

Survey unemployment down to 4.8% in June

By: P.T., STA Slovenia's ILO-compatible survey unemployment rate fell to 4.8% in June, down 0.2 percentage points from May and half a point down from...

Telekom Slovenije reports 44% higher H1 net profit

By: J.S., STA The group Telekom Slovenije generated EUR 317.6 million in sales revenue in the first half of the year, down 1% from the...

Nearly 100 new coronavirus cases on high positivity rate

By: J.S., STA A total of 99 people tested positive for coronavirus in Slovenia on Wednesday as the test positivity rate hit 6.7%, data...

Bosnia’s coronavirus tests recognised by Slovenia

By: P.T. , STA The list of countries whose PCR and rapid antigen tests for coronavirus are recognised by Slovenia has been expanded to include...

State Secretary Dovžan receives Vice-President of the French National Assembly

By: UKOM State Secretary Gašper Dovžan today received Vice-President of the French National Assembly Laëtitia Saint-Paul, who is visiting Slovenia together with Sabine Thillaye, the...

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World

Gender brainwashing disguised as preschool storybook

By: V4 Agency A publication for preschoolers about gender ideology and sexuality comes in the guise of a board book storybook, which allows the youngest...

Protest of Hungarian professors against “modernity” and “progressiveness”

By: UME The Batthyány Society of Professors is deeply concerned that in European politics such doctrines and expectations are being enforced that are fundamentally contrary...

Slovenian Foreign Ministry joins EU’s call regarding Cyprus

By: P.T., STA The Foreign Ministry shared on Twitter a statement by the EU condemning Turkey's unilateral steps regarding the town of Varosha in Cyprus. "Slovenia...

Budapest Pride: counter-demonstration of the Hungarian nationalists

Source: EPU (newsletter) "As promised, we campaigned for normality, with an event of around 200 participants who protested against the propaganda of otherness." “All the speakers...

FPÖ-Kickl: “Confront the EU centralists”

Interview by:   Bernhard Toma-Shiz FPÖ federal party chairman Herbert Kickl on the importance of working with other patriotic parties. Mr. Federal Party Chairman, in an...

Lawyer Tamás Gaudi-Nagy’s Facebook page blocked

By: Gábor Hertelendy / unser-mitteleuropa The Executive Director of the National Legal Protection Service (NJSZ), lawyer Tamás Gaudi-Nagy, told Magyar Nemzet: - On Sunday I posted...

Sport

Tokio Olympic: Slovenia through to Q/F of Olympic basketball tournament

By: P.T., STA Slovenia made it to the quarter-finals of the basketball tournament at the Tokyo Olympics after defeating the hosts Japan 116:81 for what...

Mura out of UEFA Champions League qualifying

By: P.T., STA Slovenian football champions Mura were knocked out of further qualifying for the UEFA Champions League after losing 1:3 to Bulgaria's Ludogorets in...

(VIDEO) Tokio Olympics: Primož Roglič Wins Gold in Cycling Time Trial

By: J.S., STA Rider Primož Roglič has outclassed the competition by more than a minute in the men's Olympic time trial on Wednesday to win...

Tokyo Olympics: Trajković misses Olympic medal in taekwondo

By: P.T., STA Slovenia's Ivan Trajković finished fifth in taekwondo at the Tokyo Olympics after missing bronze by a whisker in the men's +80kg event,...

Entertainment

Minna Sundberg: “I have been given a gift to convey information in a special way, and it’s my duty to not waste it”

By: Ivan Šokić Minna Sundberg is a 31 years old illustrator and online comic creator from Finland. She started publishing her first comic in 2011,...

Man rescued in Alaska after week-long bear attack ordeal

By: bbc.com A man has been rescued in Alaska after desperately flagging down help having been attacked and harassed by a grizzly bear for a...

Mortified mum admits she’s suffering sleepless nights over daughter’s name

By: mirror.co.uk One mum is desperate to change her daughter's name, over fears she will face a lifetime of bullying and teasing, due to an...

Woman runs away from partner’s proposal with packed out stadium watching on

By: mirror.co.uk A man was left frozen in total shock as his attempt to propose at a sports event dramatically failed in front of a...

MIGRATION

Poland sends humanitarian aid to Lithuania to tackle migration crisis

By: V4 Agency The V4 country intends to help the Baltic state cope with the migration crisis unfolding on the Lithuania-Belarus border. Poland is sending humanitarian...

1000 illegal migrants to be settled in village of 500 people

By: V4 Agency Lithuanian authorities have announced the establishment of a accommodation centre for migrants in the Polish-populated town of Dziewieniszki near Vilnius, Lithuania. This...

Without NGO ships in the Sicily Canal, no illegal immigrants will be disembarked

By: UME / Nicola De Felice, retired Division Admiral Deaths at sea in ten days drastically reduced After the landing of 560 illegal immigrants in Augusta on...

Half a dozen migrants were arrested in Primorska region

By: Police In the last 24 hours, police officers in the area of the Koper Police Department dealt with 6 illegal migrants. 1 Tunisian citizen who...

COLUMNISTS

Digitisation must pass into our subconscious and routine

By: Davorin Kopše In order for society to transform in today’s modern world, it needs digitisation. It is nothing more than a transition from an...

Brave Slovenia is right to seek accountability over the 1988 massacre in Iran

By Giulio Terzi Last week, Slovenia's Prime Minister Janez Jansa caught the world's attention when he publicly called for an international investigation into the 1988...

Little flying bears

By: Gašper Blažič Do you still remember them? It is a co-production animated series from 1990, created jointly by Croats and Canadians, and it also...

Slovenian Presidency in the context of the problems and difficulties of European foreign policy

By: Milan Zver Slovenia has taken over the Presidency in rather thankless circumstances. Even if we leave aside the stubborn pandemic and the pressing need...

Why vote for KUL parties?

By: Franci Kindlhofer After a thorough analysis of all attempts to overthrow the government and even a referendum on water, after very instructive and imitative...

Voters do not fall from the sky

By: Franci Kindlhofer When my wife and I headed to the polls on Sunday, I already had a kind of bad feeling in my stomach....