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Politics Dec 7, 2018, 19:53

Controversial Slovenian author denied entry to Australia

Roman Leljak, a controversial author and archives researcher, has been denied entry to Australia, where he was to present to the Croatian diaspora his book and film which deny the crimes committed by the Croatian fascist Ustasche organisation during WWII.

Society Dec 7, 2018, 17:34

Charges against headteacher punishing harassers withdrawn

The prosecution has withdrawn charges of negligence against a former Ljubljana primary school headteacher who banned two male final year students from school grounds after they allegedly sexually harassed a pair of their female classmates.

Politics Dec 7, 2018, 16:38

Popovič's request for recount in Koper denied, Bržan stays winner

The Koper electoral commission has rejected in full a request for a recount of ballots cast in Sunday's mayoral run-off filed by outgoing Mayor Boris Popovič. A recount nevertheless took place in one polling station, with the election winner, radio host Aleš Bržan, getting a few more votes.

Politics Dec 7, 2018, 16:35

Justice Minister Katič: Judiciary can win back trust by opening up

Justice Minister Andreja Katič has called on the judiciary to provide explanations for its decisions that are clear and intelligible to ordinary people and thus prevent interpretations aimed at undermining its authority. While expecting a lot of hard work, Katič told the STA that a multi-party coalition may actually bring better solutions.

Business Dec 7, 2018, 15:38

Adria Airways gets EUR 4m capital injection

Adria Airways's German owner 4K Invest has finalised the EUR 4m capital injection in the Slovenian carrier, but a planned EUR 10m recapitalisation is still in the pipeline for the first quarter of next year, Adria said on Friday.

Politics Dec 7, 2018, 12:50

Several foreign services decorated for contribution during migration crisis

President Borut Pahor presented a series of Medals of Merit on Friday to several organisations and individuals credited for the management of the migration wave that passed through the country in 2015 and 2016. The recipients, active in the police, military or in civilian domain, include several from abroad.

Politics Dec 7, 2018, 10:15

Slovenia to join UN-sponsored migration agreement

UN members will meet in Marrakesh, Morocco on Monday and Tuesday to adopt a global agreement on migrations which has divided the European and Slovenian public. Slovenia will endorse it. Its delegation at the inter-governmental conference will be led by Interior Ministry State Secretary Sandi Čurin.