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Slovene Gov't Offers Joras Money to Get Out of Prison

Ljubljana, 26 August - The Slovene government has reached a decision to open a special account at the Foreign Ministry, from which money will be offered to Josko Joras, a Slovene citizen living in the disputed strip of the Slovene-Croatian border and imprisoned by Croatian authorities, to get out of prison, Foreign Minister Dimitrij Rupel told a news conference on Monday. He also suggested that the money from the account would be offered to other victims of "unlawful" actions and "arbitrary" procedures, undertaken by foreign states.

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