Papers Examine Spilling of Green Paint During WB Boss' Visit
Ljubljana/Maribor, 18 March - Major local dailies examine Slovenia's transformation into a developed nation by World Bank standards. The papers suggest that the attack on World Bank President James Wolfensohn by anti-globalists wielding paint-filled water balloons, which took place after Slovenia signed a document confirming it would be a donor to the World Bank, had special significance.
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