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Opposition parties claim Slovenian authorities concealed the laundering of over 1 billion euros from an Iranian state bank with connections to nuclear weapons proliferation.
Slovenian prime minister canceled planned meeting with his Croatian counterpart over rejection of arbitration ruling.
Balkan leaders tackle the thorny issue of maritime borders between the two Adriatic neighbors at Bled Strategic Forum.
Trend of urban beekeeping is on the rise in Ljubljana, whose green credentials make it perfect for the production of high-quality honey.
Man who found the bomb and took it home instead of alerting authorities could face public nuisance charges.
Fenced-in neighbor Slovenia has spent years trying to ensure its shipping access to the high seas.
Marko Perkovic Thompson’s highly charged lyrics have been used to justify concert bans in at least five countries.
Troubled Croatian group and its suppliers employ over 100,000 in the region.
Wine is the most recent example of local businesses trying to cash in on the Slovenian-born, U.S. first lady’s image.
Accepting a challenge sent Filip Flisar blasting through the streets of Maribor.