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Goran Vojnovic is compelled to write on ‘how unbearably easily politics reaches into the intimacy of the family, how it tears it apart.’
Two investors close to Viktor Orban now control numerous outlets supportive of nationalists and Orban allies in the region.
Putting together a new government may be a tough task for ex-premier Jansa’s party.
High court orders a referendum on government-backed railway project to be re-run.
European Commission chief tells Zagreb and Ljubljana the EU wants no part of the long-running border squabble.
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.