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.
Given the media’s role in recent elections, only a fool would think this year will be any better.
Move by Ljubljana could send negative ripple effects throughout the region, human rights advocates and international bodies warn.
Despite the country's legacy of bland communist cuisine, and her own lack of prior culinary experience, Ana Ros earned a place at the top of the gastronomical world with her creativity and locally sourced ingredients.
Local businesses cautioned not to abuse the future first lady’s name and image.
Adriatic nation takes top spot as most environmentally friendly country in a new global ranking.
An old military prison turned youth hostel lets visitors spend the night in artistically renovated cells, complete with prison bars on windows and doors.
Some diplomats see the trip as part of Moscow’s search for friends within the EU to undermine sanctions over the conflict in eastern Ukraine.
ECB President Mario Draghi lodges protest over seizure of sensitive ECB data as part of a pre-criminal investigation.
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