Clocks Turned Back to Summertime
Ljubljana, 30 March - Clocks around Europe were turned an hour forward at 2 AM on Sunday for the annual shift to Daylight Saving Time (DST), or summertime. In line with EU directives, Slovenia is one of around 70 countries around to make the one-hour shift every year on the last Sunday of March. Clocks will be switched one hour back on the last Sunday of October.
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