Slovenians More Afraid of Unemployment than Terrorism

Ljubljana, 11 July - Slovenians fear unemployment, drugs, crime, dwindling birth rates, traffic accidents and poverty much more than they fear terrorism, according to a survey on national and international security carried out by the Centre for Public Opinion and Mass Media Research.

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