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Slovenia advance to next stage of Volleyball World Championship

Slovenia have advanced to the next stage of the Volleyball Men’s World Championship. While they lost the last match against Italy 1:3 Tuesday night, they won three matches in their group to enter the round of 16 in what is their first ever World Championship.

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