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US First Lady Addresses Students' Debate

Ljubljana, 10 June - US First Lady Laura Bush continued her visit of the Slovenian capital on Tuesday by taking part in what she described as an interesting debate about whether voluntary work should be tied to successful conclusion of secondary education.

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The spouse of European Commission president, Margarida Sousa Uva Barroso, (left) visiting the Ljubljana Oncology Institute; pictured next to her institute boss Aljosa Rojec.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/ STA

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US First Lady Laura Bush addressing a debate on student voluntary work at the National Museum.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

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The spouses of Slovenian prime minister and European Commission president, Urska Bacovnik and Margarida Sousa Uva Barroso, posing for group photo with the staff of the Ljubljana Oncology Institute.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/ STA

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Oncology Institute boss Aljosa Rojec and the spouses of Slovenian foreign minister, prime minister and European Commission president, Marjetica Rupel, Urska Bacovnik and Margarida Sousa Uva Barroso, (left to right) as the ladies visit the Ljubljana Oncology Institute.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/ STA

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Urska Bacovnik (centre), the partner of the Slovenian prime minister, as she accompanies the spouse of the European Commission president, Margarida Sousa Uva Barroso, during a visit to the Ljubljana Oncology Institute.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/ STA

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The spouse of the European Commission president, Margarida Sousa Uva Barroso (left), and Aljosa Roject, the boss of the Ljubljana Oncology Institute, during a visit to Slovenia's leading cancer treatment institution.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/ STA

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Urska Bacovnik, the partner of the Slovenian prime minister, greeted by Aljosa Rojec, the boss Ljubljana Oncology Institute, as she visits the cancer treatment hospital with the spouse of the European Commission president, Margarida Sousa Uva Barroso.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/ STA

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The spouse of European Commission president, Margarida Sousa Uva Barroso, arriving at the Ljubljana Oncology Institute.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/ STA

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Urska Bacovnik, the partner of the Slovenian prime minister, as she accompanies the spouse of the European Commission president, Margarida Sousa Uva Barroso, during a visit to the Ljubljana Oncology Institute.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/ STA

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The spouses of Slovenian prime minister and European Commission president, Urska Bacovnik (left) and Margarida Sousa Uva Barroso, visiting the Ljubljana Oncology Institute.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/ STA

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The spouses of Slovenian prime minister and European Commission president, Urska Bacovnik (seated) and Margarida Sousa Uva Barroso, visiting the Ljubljana Oncology Institute.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/ STA

Ljubljana
Urska Bacovnik, the partner of the Slovenian prime minister, as she accompanies the spouse of the European Commission president, Margarida Sousa Uva Barroso, during a visit to the Ljubljana Oncology Institute.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/ STA

Ljubljana
The spouse of the European Commission president, Margarida Sousa Uva Barroso, visiting the Ljubljana Oncology Institute.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/ STA

Ljubljana
The spouse of the European Commission president, Margarida Sousa Uva Barroso, visiting the Ljubljana Oncology Institute.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/ STA

Ljubljana
The spouses of Slovenian prime minister and European Commission president, Urska Bacovnik (left) and Margarida Sousa Uva Barroso, visiting the Ljubljana Oncology Institute.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/ STA

Ljubljana
Urska Bacovnik, the partner of the Slovenian prime minister, as she accompanies the spouse of the European Commission president, Margarida Sousa Uva Barroso, during a visit to the Ljubljana Oncology Institute.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/ STA

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Urska Bacovnik, the partner of the Slovenian prime minister, addressing reporters as she accompanies the spouse of the European Commission president, Margarida Sousa Uva Barroso, during a visit to the Ljubljana Oncology Institute.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/ STA

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The spouses of Slovenian prime minister and European Commission president, Urska Bacovnik (right) and Margarida Sousa Uva Barroso, visiting the Ljubljana Oncology Institute.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/ STA

Ljubljana
The spouses of Slovenian prime minister and European Commission president, Urska Bacovnik (right) and Margarida Sousa Uva Barroso, visiting the Ljubljana Oncology Institute.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/ STA

Ljubljana
The spouses of Slovenian prime minister and European Commission president, Urska Bacovnik (right) and Margarida Sousa Uva Barroso, visiting the Ljubljana Oncology Institute.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/ STA

Ljubljana
The spouse of European Commission president, Margarida Sousa Uva Barroso, arriving at the Ljubljana Oncology Institute.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/ STA

Ljubljana
Urska Bacovnik, the partner of the Slovenian prime minister, as she accompanies the spouse of the European Commission president, Margarida Sousa Uva Barroso, during a visit to the Ljubljana Oncology Institute.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/ STA

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US First Lady Laura Bush addressing a debate on student voluntary work at the National Museum.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

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US First Lady Laura Bush arriving at the National Museum to attend a debate on voluntary work of students.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Ljubljana
US First Lady Laura Bush addressing a debate on student voluntary work at the National Museum.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

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US and Slovenian first ladies, Laura Bush (right) and Barbara Miklic Tuerk, attending a debate on student voluntary work at the National Museum.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Ljubljana
US First Lady Laura Bush arriving at the National Museum to attend a debate on voluntary work of students .
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Ljubljana
US First Lady Laura Bush attending a debate on student voluntary work at the National Museum.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Ljubljana
US and Slovenian first ladies, Laura Bush (right) and Barbara Miklic Tuerk, attending a debate on student voluntary work at the National Museum.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

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