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- Jan 26, 12:20 German chancelor Angela Merkel expects new Greek government to keep commitments
- Jan 26, 12:18 Libby Lane becomes Church of England's first female bishop
- Jan 26, 10:59 Greece's leftist Syriza to form government with right-wing populist Independent Greeks party
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Ljubljana, 26 January (STA) - Prime Minister Miro Cerar has congratulated the winner of Greece's general election, the far-left Syriza party, voicing the hope on Monday that Athens would continue to abide by European rules.
Ljubljana, 26 January (STA) - The victory over Nazi Germany in the Second World War, the subject of numerous celebrations as Slovenia and the world mark the 70th anniversary of the end of the war, stands alongside the battle for independence as one of the brightest moments in Slovenian history. It also marks one of its darkest chapters, one that still casts a long shadow.
Ljubljana, 26 January (STA) - Slovenia plans to build a short second rail track between Šentilj, a town on the border with Austria in north-east, and Maribor, the countries' second biggest city. The project, estimated at nearly EUR 305m, is expected to be completed in 2022.
Ljubljana, 26 January (STA) - The National Assembly will start its regular January session on Monday with a around of Q&A in which Prime Minister Miro Cerar and his cabinet will answer questions on privatisation, health care, growth measures and employment. On Wednesday, the MPs will discuss a fiscal rule implementation bill proposed by the government.
Ljubljana, 26 January (STA) - Turkmenistan Foreign Minister Rashid Meredov will pay an official visit to Slovenia on Monday during which he will meet all top Slovenian officials. The visit will be an opportunity for the Slovenia-Turkmenistan intergovernmental commission on economic cooperation to hold its maiden session.
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