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Slovenia's largest fuel retailer Petrol said its estimated group net profit in the first nine months had risen by 16 percent to 41.9 million Euros despite tough economic conditions in its main markets, Slovenia and Croatia.
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Slovenia bans hot air balloon flights after fatal crashSlovenia's authorities have temporarily banned all hot air balloon flights following a crash that killed four people and injured 28. The co
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Slovenia postpones vote on fiscal limit, bank aid fundSlovenia postponed a vote on approving the limit on fiscal spending and on the creation of a sovereign fund that is meant to take bad loans from
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Slovenia austerity program comes to forceSlovenia’s government will continue with its austerity measures to cut the budget deficit after a trade union said it will challenge some of the moves
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Slovenia anticipated rate cutsMoody's downgrade of Slovenia's three largest banks was "somewhat expected" but their ratings should improve once planned capital hikes are completed,
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7 sentenced in Slovenia corruption trialA court in Slovenia has sentenced seven people to up to two and a half years in prison each, concluding one of the biggest ever corruption cases in the small European Union nation. The D
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Janez Jansa will lead the new Slovenian governmentAlmost two months after the snap elections in the country, the Slovenian parliament has on Saturday (January 28) given a mandate to Janez Jansa, leader of the Democratic Party
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Court tries father in custody battle-turned-missing girl caseA Slovene man is accused of spiriting away his 4-year-old daughter in a custody battle-turned-missing girl case that has captivated this small European country. The
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Bond yield breaks 7% Slovenia’s 10-year government bonds slid for a fourth day, with the yield topping 7 percent for the first time since the nation adopted the euro in 2007, as the debt crisis in Europe roils marke
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Ljubljana mayor joins Slovenia election race to challenge JansaZoran Jankovic, the mayor of Slovenia’s capital Ljubljana, will form his own party to compete in early elections in December, kicking off a battle for leader
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Slovenian coachman fined $1,700 for drunk drivingSlovenian police imposed a fine of 1,200 euro ($1,700) on a man, who drove a horse-drawn carriage while drunk, the Belgrade-based Tanjug news agency reported. The 41-year-old ma
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Minority cabinet won’t rule until term-end.Slovenian Prime Minister Borut Pahor’s minority government probably won’t complete its term in office, which ends in the second half of 2012, a poll showed. Some 64
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Slovenian consumer morale at 18-month low Slovenia's consumer confidence further worsened in February to its lowest level since mid-2009, a survey conducted by the Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia revealed Mo
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100 BMWs for free! Slovenian government under fire for accepting donation of carsThings got complicated for the Slovenian government after it announced BMW Slovenia was offering it 100 new vehicles for free for five years, aft
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Kresal, Under Fire, Rejects CulpabilityInterior Minister Katarina Kresal has come under fire in the recent months over her alleged role in several high-profile stories. She also faces her second interpellation motion in a year
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Protect Slovenian SkiesItalian military aircraft will defend Slovenia's airspace in NATO, the Defence Ministry has announced, putting an end to speculation over which country's planes would protect Slovenian skies. Having no mi
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Joining Iran?Officials of Iran and Slovenia chambers of commerce have announced the establishment of a joint trade and economic commission in both sides’ capital cities, the Tehran Times reported. The chairman of the Chamber of C
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Meeting the UN High Commissioner for Human RightsMinister of Foreign Affairs Dimitrij Rupel met UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Louise Arbour. They talked mainly about the situation of human rights in the world, and in t
 La Slovenie; Presidente de l'Union europeenne? Ah bon ce n'est pas Sarkozy?La Slovenie; Presidente de l'Union europeenne? Ah bon ce n'est pas Sarkozy? by Newropeans-Magazine
Depuis le 1er janvier 2008 et jusqu'au 30 juin 2008 c'est la Slovénie qui oeuvre aux destinées européennes. On aimerait bien préciser la « petite » Slovénie, tant sa prise de fonction s'est faite
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A Defence Program The Slovenian Defence Minister Karl Erjavec and his German counterpart Franz Josef Jung told the press in Ljubljana that cooperation between the two
 
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