New director appointed at Jožef Stefan Institute

Ljubljana - The government has endorsed the appointment of Boštjan Zalar as the new head of the Jožef Stefan Institute (IJS), Slovenia's leading science...

Virtual film festival LIFFe proves successful

Ljubljana - The 31st Ljubljana International Film Festival (LIFFe) has attracted numerous film buffs although it was held online this year due to anti-corona...

Epidemic extended for entire country until 17 Dec

Ljubljana - The government decided on Monday to extend the Covid-19 epidemic declared as of 18 October for 30 days by another 30 days...

Cycling: Roglič wins Liege-Bastogne-Liege

Liege - Slovenia's cycling star Primož Roglič added on Sunday the Belgian one-day classic Liege-Bastogne-Liege to his portfolio of prestigious achievements. Two more Slovenian...

Record 59 Covid-19 patients died in Slovenia on Monday

Ljubljana - Slovenia saw a record 59 fatalities among patients with Covid-19 on Monday, which takes the death toll from the disease to 1,156....

Public transportation suspended, new border crossing restrictions

Ljubljana - Public transportation in Slovenia is suspended from Monday, with the exception of taxis and organised transport services for workers. New border crossing...

Canoeist Luka Božič wins World Cup event in Tacen

Tacen - Slovenian canoeist Luka Božič won a World Cup event in Tacen on Sunday in what is his second World Cup victory. Benjamin Savšek and Jure Lenarčič finished sixth and ninth, respectively.

‘The aim is to find the monoclonal’: the hunt for the...

Antibodies are the sentinels in our blood. Quietly waiting for their target, these proteins are created to recognise harmful invaders and latch onto them with a deathly grip.

Slovenian sets new record in 24-hour cycling time trial

Ljubljana - Slovenian cyclist Stanko Verstovšek has set a new record in the 24-hour time trial by covering a total of 914.02 kilometres in...

Food important for tackling climate crisis, poverty, debate hears

Ljubljana - A two-day online conference on the efficiency of sustainable food supply in Slovenia hosted by the Chemistry Institute and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GZS) started on Thursday with participants raising the issue of food waste. They agreed that food plays an important role in tackling poverty and the environmental situation.
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Opposition in talks to form alternative government

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Slovenian MEPs split on ambitious CO2 emissions cut

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