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Slovenia: UN expert urges focus on ‘vulnerable’ ostracized older persons
Following her first official visit to Slovenia, the United Nations independent expert on the human rights of older persons hailed efforts by the country’s Government in ensuring the enjoyment of all human rights by older persons, but urged authorities to focus on those being ostracized, as they are “the vulnerable of the vulnerable.”(11/21/2014 4:57:21 PM)
Book Talk: Slovenia's Feri Lainscek on Facebook writing
Slovenia's best-selling author Feri Lainscek published most of his 21st novel, "Fear for Butterflies in the Storm", in instalments on Facebook over several months this year. Set in the 1970s, when Slovenia was part of communist Yugoslavia, and in 1991, during its brief war for independence, the plot follows a Slovenian student, Marko, as he serves in the Yugoslav People's Army in Serbia and ...(11/6/2014 12:41:07 AM)
China eyes investments in Slovenia infrastructure
China's vice Premier Wang Yang arrived here on Thursday in a visit seen by Slovenia as crucial for attracting Chinese investments in the tiny crisis-hit eurozone country. "China can provide a huge ...(11/20/2014 7:25:16 AM)
England 3-1 Slovenia
Wayne Rooney crowns his 100th cap with a goal as England fight back from 1-0 down to defeat Slovenia at Wembley.(11/14/2014 12:31:56 PM)
England closer to Euro qualification after arduous win vs. Slovenia
In the buildup to his 100th cap, Wayne Rooney expounded upon his desire to continue his England career and finally lift some silverware. He will almost certainly have the chance to pursue that elusive major championship in the wake of a 3-1 victory over Slovenia at Wembley.(11/15/2014 2:13:35 PM)
Centurion Rooney scores as England beats Slovenia
LONDON (AP) — Wayne Rooney scored for England on his 100th appearance before Danny Welbeck's double secured a 3-1 victory over Slovenia in European Championship qualifying on Saturday.(11/15/2014 5:49:03 PM)
The best of Ljubljana
Since its break from the former Yugoslavia in 1991, Slovenia is no longer the well-kept secret for travelers it once was. Nevertheless, its persistently peaceful capital, curled under its castle-topped hill, is still a wonderful antidote to much of Europe’s crowds and high prices.(11/22/2014 6:52:43 AM)
Slovenia Extends Record Debt Raising With 7-Year Bond Sale
Slovenia is raising finance for bonds maturing in 2015 two days after its biggest banks failed Europe-wide stress tests, lured by low borrowing costs.(10/28/2014 1:51:18 PM)
Slovenia's NLB, NKBM to cover capital shortfall from profits
By Marja Novak LJUBLJANA (Reuters) - Slovenia's state-owned banks NLB and NKBM failed the European Central Bank's stress test with a joint capital shortfall of 65 million euros in the event of an adverse scenario, the Bank of Slovenia said on Sunday. Both banks will cover the shortfall -- among the smallest of the 25 euro zone banks that failed the test as of the end of 2013 -- from their ...(10/26/2014 8:12:53 AM)
The Bacchus Report: Slovenia lifts a glass to the EU
Most Slovenian vintners, unlike many Czech and Moravian winemakers, are calmly awaiting their country’s EU accession. They are well prepared, and they’re experienced with unregulated markets.(11/22/2014 6:02:02 PM)
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