With 22 murders, 2017 exceeds long-term average
Maribor, 19 January - The general public's impression that murder is on the rise in Slovenia, which many attribute to far-reaching changes in society, is partly corroborated by statistics. Early police figures show there were 22 murders last year, which is eight more than the average since 2000.
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