The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) ordered Slovenia to pay neurosurgeon Vinko Dolenc €390,000 in pecuniary damages plus costs and expenses because Slovenian courts had recognised Israeli court judgements where Dolenc was found liable for damage caused to his Israeli patient.
Foreign investors based in the EU will be able to apply for state incentives even before they have registered a company or established a subsidiary in Slovenia but will have to register it by the time they receive the incentive, under legislative changes adopted by the government on 22 February.
Slovenia has lodged a protest with the European Parliament over an EU election leaflet available at its press event in which the country is marked as a non-EU member.
Leaflets from the European Parliamentary Research Service on its What Europe Does for Me project were available at the 22 February
Slovenia will provide €500,000 to the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees and send €434,105 worth of material aid to the Palestinian civilian population, in line with a decision made by the government on 22 February.
The decision to continue financing UNRWA came as a respo
Slovenia is among the targets of the Anatsa trojan horse, according to researchers of a malware detection company ThreatFabric. Users download the malware app on their phones, from where it can be used to break into other phone apps, most commonly banking apps.
ThreatFabric first detected the Anat
Slovenian cave rescuers have completed yet another successful mission as they managed to pull an injured caver out of a cave near Kočevje in the south of the country on 22 February.
The caver sustained injuries after slipping and plunging about six metres deep to the depth of around 160 metres in t