• Jan 26, 19:44 IMF set to continue support of Greece
  • Jan 26, 17:02 Bosnia radical imam Husein Bosnic pleads not guilty to terror charge
  • Jan 26, 16:59 IS urges new attacks after Charlie Hebdo killings
  • Jan 26, 15:20 Alexis Tsipras sworn in as Greek prime minister
  • Jan 26, 14:48 Ukrainian prime minister announces state of emergency in east
  • Jan 26, 13:37 Shelling traps 500 miners in east Ukraine coal shaft
  • Jan 26, 12:39 Prosecutors seek 26 years in prison for Concordia captain
  • 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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FinMin Says Many Unknowns Still in Greece Issue
21:17, 26.01.2015
Politics

FinMin Says Many Unknowns Still in Greece Issue

Brussels, 26 January (STA) - Finance Minister Dušan Mramor would not yet discuss Slovenia's position to a restructuring of Greece's debt as the Eurogroup discussed the victory of the anti-austerity Syriza party in Sunday's general election in Greece.

Business Coop Tops Agenda of Turkmenistan FM's Visit
17:56, 26.01.2015
Politics

Business Coop Tops Agenda of Turkmenistan FM's Visit

Ljubljana, 26 January (STA) - The foreign ministers of Slovenia and Turkmenistan, Karl Erjavec and Rashid Meredov, called for boosting business cooperation between the countries in Ljubljana on Monday, while the bilateral government commission on economic cooperation discussed concrete projects at its maiden session.

PM Congratulates Syriza, Hopes Greece to Adhere to EU Rules
16:33, 26.01.2015
Politics

PM Congratulates Syriza, Hopes Greece to Adhere to EU Rules

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.

PM Tells Parliament Privatisation Must Be Continued
15:26, 26.01.2015
Business and Economy

PM Tells Parliament Privatisation Must Be Continued

Ljubljana, 26 January (STA) - PM Miro Cerar told the National Assembly at a Q&A session on Monday that the process of sale of state-owned companies slated for privatisation must be continued. "It is simply about the credibility of our country," he said, while adding that the process must not be conducted hastily and without very clear criteria.

Seventy Years on, WWII Still Looms Large
07:00, 26.01.2015
Politics

Seventy Years on, WWII Still Looms Large

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.

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21:50 RU   News Roundup - Monday, 26 January
21:49 BE   Mramor Urges Change to Brussels Structural Deficit Calculation Methodology
21:17 PO fotografija FinMin Says Many Unknowns Still in Greece Issue
19:56 BE   Slovenia Rules Out Any Concession over Teran
19:17 ST fotografija Slovenia to Host 2018 European Futsal Championship
17:56 PO fotografija Business Coop Tops Agenda of Turkmenistan FM's Visit (adds) meeting with PM in para 14, 18
17:36 PO   Parties Reserved in Reactions to Syriza Win in Greece
17:09 PO   Cerar Underlines Commitment to Health Reform, First Steps Underway (adds) annoncement of homeopathy legislation changes in para 6
17:05 PO   Another Reporter in Crosshairs of Prosecutors Due to Leak (adds) peers' reaction in final 3 paras
17:00 AS   Weather: Cloudy but Dry
16:48 PO   Analysts Unsure About Greek Fate
16:33 PO fotografija PM Congratulates Syriza, Hopes Greece to Adhere to EU Rules (adds) FM's reaction in final 3 paras
16:13 PO fotografija Business Coop Tops Agenda of Turkmenistan FM's Visit
15:46 PO   Cerar Underlines Commitment to Health Reform, First Steps Underway
15:37 BE   Stock Market Opens New Week With a Loss
15:30 SE   Schedule of Events for Tuesday, 27 January
15:26 BE fotografija PM Tells Parliament Privatisation Must Be Continued
15:00 RU   News Roundup - Monday, 26 January, until 3 PM
14:53 PO fotografija PM Congratulates Syriza, Hopes Greece to Adhere to EU Rules
14:29 BE fotografija Pro-privatisation Petition Presented in Parliament
13:57 BE fotografija New SBRA Boss to Focus on Drawing of EU Funds
12:27 BE   Business Sentiment Opens Year on Up
12:20 AC   Unique Tarot Cards Exhibition Marks Holocaust Remembrance Day
11:59 PO   Most Slovenian MEPs Not Against PNR But Call for Prudence
10:40 PO   Another Reporter in Crosshairs of Prosecutors Due to Leak
10:28 PO fotografija Slovenian Financial Know-How in Demand in SE Europe
09:10 PO   Vox Populi Survey: Govt Approval Up, SMC Returns to Lead
09:09 PO   Večer Hopes Greece Will Find Alternative to Austerity
08:09 BE   Finance Does Not See Tsipras's Maths Adding Up
07:50 PO   Daily Headlines - Monday, 26 January
07:15 BE   Share of Innovative Companies in Slovenia Drops
07:00 PO fotografija Seventy Years on, WWII Still Looms Large (feature)
06:45 BE   Second Rail Track Linking Austria, Maribor Planned in 7 Years
06:30 AS   Weather: Mostly Clear
06:17 PO   CORRECTION: POP TV Poll: SMC Back on Top corrects name of the poll, pollster and the media outlet that commissioned it
01:00 PO   Delo Wonders Whether Syriza is Ready for Brussels, Berlin
00:30 PO fotografija Turkmenistan Foreign Minister on Official Visit
00:30 PO fotografija MPs Starting Regular Session with Q&A
00:15 SE   Schedule of Events for 26 January-1 February
00:15 SE   Schedule of Events for Monday, 26 January
00:05 AD   News from Slovenia

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