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Clocks turned back to winter time, possibly for the last time

Ljubljana, 28 October - Clocks in Slovenia were turned back one hour at 3 AM on Sunday as the country switched back from daylight saving time, possibly for the last time. Talks are under way to abolish the practice of changing clocks, but it is not clear yet which clock time Slovenia will keep. Clocks will be moved forward again on 25 March 2019.

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Clocks turned back one hour
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

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