Aston Villa's England midfielder Delph faces two months out
Aston Villa's England midfielder Delph faces two months out

Aston Villa and England midfielder Fabian Delph needs shoulder surgery after a training injury and could be out of action until the end of December, British media reported on Friday.

Three killed in Slovenia small aircraft crash

A small aircraft crashed Sunday immediately after taking off from an airport in Slovenia, killing three people and gravely injuring one person on board, a media report said.

Small plane crash in Slovenia kills three, injures one

Police say a small plane has crashed in southwest Slovenia, killing three people and critically injuring another.

Heavy rains cause flooding in Slovenia

Heavy rains have swollen rivers in eastern Slovenia, causing extensive flooding in some flood-prone areas in the country, a media report said Saturday.

FIFA fines Argentina for Falklands banner

FIFA has fined and reprimanded the Argentinian Football Association after the World Cup finalists put up a banner laying claim to the disputed Falkland Islands before a recent match.

Scotland to play England in Glasgow

Scotland and England will meet at Celtic Park on November 18 in an international friendly, the national associations of both countries announced on Monday.

Slovenian newcomer Miro Cerar wins snap vote: Exit poll

The party of Slovenian political newcomer Miro Cerar, a law professor, won snap elections on Sunday with 36.9 per cent of the vote, exit polls released by private POP TV showed.

Eindhoven`s Matavz joins German side Augsburg

PSV Eindhoven`s Tim Matavz has agreed on a transfer to German football club Augsburg until June 2019.

New rules on Slovenian Communist-era archive survive referendum

Controversial changes to a Slovenian law governing access to Communist-era secret services archives survived a referendum on Sunday as too few Slovenians turned up to vote.

Argentina make Falklands protest before World Cup

Argentina inflamed their rivalry with England on the eve of the World Cup on Saturday, unfurling a banner claiming sovereignty of the Falkland Islands before defeating Slovenia 2-0.

Slovenia to hold Parliamentary Elections on July 13

Slovenes will vote on July 13 to elect a new Parliament, President Borut Pahor said on Sunday, in early polls called after the troubled eurozone member`s prime minister resigned last month.

Slovenia pays tribute to Jawaharlal Nehru

Goriska Brda, a beautiful Alpine district in western Slovenia, paid tribute to India`s first prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru on his 50th death anniversary.

Slovenia PM resigns, seeks new elections

Slovenia`s prime minister announced her resignation today and pressed lawmakers to call early parliamentary elections next month.

Slovenian PM Alenka Bratusek to resign Monday, snap vote in June

Slovenian Prime Minister Alenka Bratusek said Saturday she has agreed with coalition partners to resign on Monday to create the conditions for early elections in June.

Fresh Slovenia turmoil as PM loses party leadership

Slovenia`s Prime Minister Alenka Bratusek lost the leadership of her party after 13 months in office Friday, plunging the small Eurozone country back into political turmoil.

Slovenia PM sounds warning over leadership challenge

Slovenian Prime Minister Alenka Bratusek warned that the small eurozone country could plunge back into political turmoil if her party chooses to replace her at a meeting on Friday.

US NBA stars book four World Cup tuneups

US NBA stars will face Brazil, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Slovenia in tuneup matches before the Basketball World Cup, USA Basketball announced Wednesday.

Drama in mountains as Winter Games gets first downhill tie

In a finish that a Hollywood scriptwriter would struggle to match, the women`s downhill at Russia`s Winter Olympics produced a tie for gold for the first time on Wednesday, in a thrilling start to the fifth full day of competition.

120,000 households without power as snow, sleet hit Slovenia

Heavy snow and sleet battering most of Slovenia blocked roads and railways, and left 120,000 households without power across the Alpine country.

Music concert, movies at Indian fest in Slovenia

Music concerts, photo exhibition and Indian film shows will be part of a festival organised by the Indian embassy here.