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Lawyer Dr Matej Avbelj explained in Odmevi why the European Commission’s allegations against Slovenia in no way relate to systemic violations of the rule...

By: Anita Gužvič (Nova24tv) The European Commission recently published its second annual report on the rule of law in EU Member States. The mainstream media...

The divorce saga between the rich Andrej Marčič and Eva Erjavec is moving to court

By: Domen Mezeg (Nova24tv) Today, the Požareport portal reports on news about the hot “divorce of the year” between the daughter of former DeSUS champion...

(VIDEO) In Slovenia, the first national championship in chopping communist (totalitarian) symbols took place

By Janja Strah In Slovenia, the left still worships totalitarian symbols of communism, such as the red star or the sickle and hammer. Even in...

Must read

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...

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...

Slovenia

State Secretary Žan Mahnič caught SD MP Matjaž Nemec lying

By: Sara Bertoncelj (Nova24tv) State Secretary for National Security in the Prime Minister’s Office Žan Mahnič responded to the words of Matjaž Nemec, chairman of...

Many trade unions have expressed support for the ZSSS secretary: “We expect you to withdraw this controversial dismissal immediately!”

By: Sara Bertoncelj (Nova24tv) The Free Trade Union of Slovenia, the Trade Union Glosa and the Trade Union of Professional Firefighters of Slovenia are outraged...

(VIDEO) In Slovenia, the first national championship in chopping communist (totalitarian) symbols took place

By Janja Strah In Slovenia, the left still worships totalitarian symbols of communism, such as the red star or the sickle and hammer. Even in...

UKOM sent a final version of the contract to the Slovenian Press Agency – will Bojan Veselinović sign it and finally end the 9-month...

By: Sara Bertoncelj (Nova24tv) The Government Communication Office (UKOM) has sent the final version of the public service contract to STA, they said in a...

What has the media mainstream kept silent about the alleged misuse of Israeli spy equipment? Ask yourself: Who has already advised former Prime Minister...

By: Janja Strah Does the name Anita Dunn ring a bell? Probably not. Dunn is a senior adviser to US President Joe Biden. And she...

New reasons for optimism: Economic forecasts for Slovenia remain good

By: Sara Rančigaj (Nova24tv) Based on its monthly report for June, the Office for Macroeconomic Analysis and Development – UMAR finds that the outlook for...

Former MP Pavle Rupar: “Disarm the left provokers and predators of our money!”

By: Pavle Rupar (E-Maribor.si) The sweetest and purest victory in war is if you take the opponent’s ammunition! The referendum on the Water Act sobered everyone...

(VIDEO) Such is the culture of protesters in front of the parliament: “Janez Janša is an ugly animal!”

By: Luka Perš (Nova24tv) The coalition withdrew the proposed amendment to the Infectious Diseases Act in the National Assembly. Several opponents of vaccination and the...

Congratulations to Prime Minister Janša for supporting the Iranian opposition

By: Demokracija The support expressed by Prime Minister Janez Janša to the Iranian opposition has won the approval of many individuals and organisations advocating for...

How the laundered Iranian billion in the NLB bought the sympathy of the Socialists for this cruel regime!

By: Sara Bertoncelj (Nova24tv) The European Group of Socialists and Democrats (S&D) is demanding an explanation as to why the head of the EU presidency...

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World

Czech Prime Minister speaks about conflict and friendship in his new book

By: UME Andrej Babiš prides itself on thwarting migrant quotas and protecting families In a newly published e-book entitled “Sdílejte, než to zakážou” (“Share it before it...

Europe’s largest and oldest sailing boat regatta: Kékszalag (Blue Ribbon)

By: UME The Kékszalag (Blue Ribbon) sailing boat regatta has been taking place on Lake Balaton since 1934. On the morning of July 22nd, 2021 around...

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...

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...

“Listen to Central Europe too!”

By: Zoltán Kottász / UME - We are one of the most dynamic parts of Europe, so our interests and our voices should be taken...

Opposing reactions show what is at stake in the conflict between the EUGH and the Polish Constitutional Court

By: UME The  decisions of the Court of Justice of the European Union and the Polish Constitutional Court, which were taken between July 13th and 15th, are...

Sport

Spain held & Wood makes New Zealand history – round – up of Olympic mens football opening day

By: bbc.com Spain were held to a goalless draw by Egypt in the opening game of the Olympic men's football competition despite the inclusion of...

NBA Finals: Milwaukee Bucks beat Phoenix Suns to win first title for 50 years

By: bbc.com Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 50 points as the Milwaukee Bucks claimed their first NBA title for 50 years with a 105-98 victory over the...

Tokyo Olympics: Rescheduling Games ’caused sleepless nights’, says IOC president Thomas Bach

By: BBC.com Rescheduling the Tokyo Olympics "caused sleepless nights" but must go ahead "to give hope" for the future, says International Olympic Committee president Thomas...

Lewis Hamilton racially abused online after British Grand Prix win

By: bbc.com Lewis Hamilton has been the target of racist abuse on social media after his victory at Sunday's British Grand Prix. Hamilton received a 10-second...

Entertainment

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...

Coco and Ice-T’s Daughter Chanel Looks Just Like Dad in Sweet New Photo

By: eonline.com Coco posted a photo of herself holding her 5-year-old daughter Chanel to Instagram, and some followers couldn't get over the resemblance between the...

MIGRATION

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...

They arrested 10 illegal migrants who crossed the border illegally

By: C.R. In the last 24 hours, police officers in the area of the Koper Police Department dealt with ten persons who illegally crossed the...

Migration and digital crime discussed in Portorož

By: J.S., STA Informal meetings of the Strategic Committee on Immigration, Frontiers and Asylum (SCIFA) and the Council's Standing Committee on Operational Cooperation on Internal...

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....