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WARSAW (Reuters) - Migrants tried to force their way through the fence on the Poland-Belarus border in at least two locations on Tuesday night, the Polish Border Guard said, as tensions remained on the ground amid a diplomatic push by the Polish prime minister.
ZAGREB (Reuters) - Slovenia registered a record high 3,456 COVID-19 infections on Tuesday, or 44.7% of the number of people tested, the state health institute said, as medical experts suggest tighter restrictions to rein in the pandemic.
(Reuters) - Democratic Party lawmakers holding up proposed drug pricing reforms are among the largest beneficiaries of the pharmaceutical industry's push to stave off price cuts, a Reuters analysis of public lobbying and campaign data shows.
(Reuters) - A visit by European Union lawmakers to assess media freedoms in Slovenia has sparked a Twitter spat between the country's prime minister and his Dutch counterpart, fuelling tensions over eastern members' respect for the rule of law ahead of an EU summit next week.
The tiny Alpine nation is unusually rich in caves, which are a major tourist attraction. One even houses an entire castle and another was used by the European Space Agency to help train astronauts.
LJUBLJANA (Reuters) - Slovenia salvaged a 1-1 draw with Slovakia thanks to a Peter Stojanovic goal just before the break in a World Cup qualifier on Wednesday in which neither side created many chances.
LJUBLJANA (Reuters) - The chaotic withdrawal of Western forces from Afghanistan has shown that the European Union needs to intervene militarily in a crisis without relying on U.S. troops, senior EU officials say.
Since 2007, the Slovenian capital has been redesigning its city centre so that certain areas are reserved exclusively for pedestrians and cyclists.
LJUBLJANA (Reuters) - Amid high tension between east and west over democratic values, the European Union's presidency passes on Thursday to Slovenia, led by a nationalist who has a history of crossing swords with the EU executive in debates over democracy.
LJUBLJANA: Germany won the Under-21 European Championship for the third time as Lukas Nmecha’s second-half goal secured a 1-0 victory over Portugal in Sunday’s final in Ljubljana.