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Thefts of Civic Group's Computers Unrelated, Criminal Police Says

Ljubljana, 23 March - There is currently no evidence suggesting the recent break-ins into homes of two associates of President Janez Drnovsek are related, Director of Criminal Police Aleksander Jevsek told the parliament's Intelligence and Security Services Oversight Commission on Friday.

Ljubljana.
Parliament's Intelligence and Security Services Oversight Commission member and SDS deputy Miro Petek (right) ahead of the emergency session on the government's decision to establish a special working group to assess the work of the Slovenian Security and Intelligence Agency (SOVA).
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

Ljubljana.
Parliament's Intelligence and Security Services Oversight Commission member and LDS deputy Rudolf Moge ahead of the emergency session on the government's decision to establish a special working group to assess the work of the Slovenian Security and Intelligence Agency (SOVA).
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

Ljubljana.
Defence Minister Karl Erjavec (left) ahead of the emergency session on the government's decision to establish a special working group to assess the work of the Slovenian Security and Intelligence Agency (SOVA).
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

Ljubljana.
Parliament's Intelligence and Security Services Oversight Commission chair Davorin Tercon ahead of the emergency session on the government's decision to establish a special working group to assess the work of the Slovenian Security and Intelligence Agency (SOVA).
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

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