Weekly Review of Events Involving Slovenia from 5 to 11 August
Ljubljana, 12 August - Things heated up this week between the government and opposition over Slovenia's foreign policy, including over the sending of a second rotation of military instructors to Iraq and the Foreign Ministry's handling of the issue of bilingual town signs in the Austrian province of Carinthia. In other news, a stir was caused by a retired doctor who claimed that President Janez Drnovsek would die next year.
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