EU wants to keep Europe GMO free

The European Union (EU) said it wants to keep Europe free of genetically modified crops as ministers and other officials from 15 EU and Western Balkans gathered for an international conference in Slovenia.

Croatia MPs vote to quit Slovenia border row arbitration

Croatian lawmakers decided Wednesday to withdraw from arbitration on a long-running border row with Slovenia after revelations that a Slovenian member of the tribunal tasked with solving the dispute had breached its impartiality.

Scotland rivalry sparks Roy Hodgson`s imagination
Scotland rivalry sparks Roy Hodgson`s imagination

England boss Roy Hodgson believe his side`s pairing with Scotland for the 2018 World Cup qualifiers will provide clashes of an intensity rarely seen in the preliminary stages.

England drawn with Scotland in 2018 World Cup qualifying draw
England drawn with Scotland in 2018 World Cup qualifying draw

England will face old enemies Scotland in qualifying for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

Indian restaurant in Slovenia gets certificate of excellence

The only Indian-owned and operated restaurant in Slovenia -- the Taj Mahal in Ljubljana -- has received a Certificate of Excellence from Trip Advisor, with a rating of 4.5/5.00.

Modi greets Croatia, Slovenia on Statehood Day

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday greeted the people of Croatia and Slovenia on their Statehood Day.

Deeper Indo-Slovenia ties will benefit both nations: Mukherjee

President Pranab Mukherjee on Wednesday said relations between India and Slovenia will continue to "deepen" and "diversify further" for the mutual benefit of people of both the nations.

Slovenia celebrates International Yoga Day

More than 2,000 people in cities and towns across Slovenia performed yoga to mark International Yoga Day on Sunday.

Slovenia celebrates International Yoga Day

More than 2,000 people in cities and towns across Slovenia performed yoga to mark International Yoga Day on Sunday.

Euro 2016 qualifier: Wayne Rooney sees off Slovenia to close on record
Euro 2016 qualifier: Wayne Rooney sees off Slovenia to close on record

Wayne Rooney moved to within one goal of England`s all-time scoring record with an 86th-minute winner as his side edged Slovenia 3-2 in a topsy-turvy Euro 2016 qualifier on Sunday.

Slovenia gay pride warns same-sex marriage still in jeopardy

Over a thousand people marched Saturday at Slovenia`s 15th Gay Pride festival warning their fight was not over since a recently adopted bill legalising same-sex marriages could still be revoked in a referendum.

Euro 2016 qualifiers: England seek restorative victory in Slovenia
Euro 2016 qualifiers: England seek restorative victory in Slovenia

Stung by recent criticism, England hope to end the season with victory and a rousing performance when they tackle Slovenia in Ljubljana on Sunday in a 2016 European Championship qualifier.

England now have a team of ''game-changers'': Joe Hart
England now have a team of ''game-changers'': Joe Hart

England goalkeeper Joe Hart believes England now have a squad of "game-changers" and will qualify for next year`s European Championship in France playing exciting football.

Technical problem shuts down Slovenian nuclear plant

 Slovenia`s only nuclear plant Krsko said Thursday it has initiated a preventive shutdown over technical problems in the system for monitoring the temperature.

Danny Welbeck out of FA Cup final, England games
Danny Welbeck out of FA Cup final, England games

 Arsenal forward Danny Welbeck will miss Saturday`s FA Cup final against Aston Villa due to a knee injury, manager Arsene Wenger told a press conference on Wednesday.

Slovenian doctor accused of killing seven patients

A Slovenian doctor was in custody on Thursday on suspicion of having killed at least seven terminally ill patients, authorities said.

Polish tourists proclaim `Kingdom of Enclava`

Just weeks after a Czech politician created his own country, a group of Poles have declared a new state -- the "Kingdom of Enclava", on the border between Slovenia and Croatia. 

Slovenia celebrates Tagore's birth anniversary
Slovenia celebrates Tagore's birth anniversary

The celebration of Rabindra Jayanti has begun in Slovenia, a Central European nation of just two million people, with a series of concerts by Belgian violin maestro and symphony conductor Hans Vermeersch in the cities of Goriska Brda, Ljubljana, Slovenj Gradec and Maribor from May 6 to 9.

Slovenia allows same-sex couples to marry, adopt children

Slovenia joined a growing number of European countries that allow same-sex marriages late on Tuesday, almost three years after a similar law was rejected in a national referendum.

Mahatma Gandhi is remembered even in Slovenia

Slovenia's picturesque city municipality of Slovenj Gradec, the peace messenger city where now stands a statue of Mahatma Gandhi presented by India, commemorated the 67th death anniversary of the great thinker and peacekeeper on Friday.