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Survivor: Στον ημιτελικό Στάθης και Άρης, στον τάκο Ασημίνα και Μαίη – Δείτε βίντεο

Οι αντιδράσεις για την αποχώρηση της Σταυρούλας, η τελευταία ημέρα στην παραλία, η επίσκεψη του «Μήτσου», το «αποτύπωμα» του Μαρτίκα και οι δυο «μάχες» για τα εισιτήρια  στο Γαλάτσι

Γαλλία: Δείπνο εργασίας του Μακρόν με τον Σολτς

Ο Γάλλος πρόεδρος και ο Γερμανός καγκελάριος θα συζητήσουν διεθνή, διμερή και ευρωπαϊκά ζητήματα αρχής γενομένης από την συνεργασία Γαλλίας και Γερμανίας στο ουκρανικό

Ανθρώπινα Δικαιώματα: Το Λονδίνο πρέπει να αποφύγει μια "οπισθοδρόμηση", προειδοποιεί το Συμβούλιο της Ευρώπης

Η βρετανική κυβέρνηση, αποφασισμένη να έχει ελεύθερα τα χέρια στο θέμα της μετανάστευσης, παρουσίασε στις 22 Ιουνίου μεταρρύθμιση της νομοθεσίας για τα δικαιώματα του ανθρώπου μέσω μιας νέας "Bill of Rights" (Διακήρυξη Δικαιωμάτων) που θα μπορεί να επιτρέψει στο Λονδίνο να αγνοήσει ορισμένες εντολές του Ευρωπαϊκού Δικαστηρίου Δικαιωμάτων του Ανθρώπου

Goran Dragić to transfer to Chicago

Ljubljana – Slovenian NBA star Goran Dragić will not be joining the Dallas Mavericks as has been rumoured but will instead sign a one-year contract with the Chicago Bulls.

SD decides to run with own presidential candidate

Ljubljana – The presidency of the junior coalition Social Democrats (SD) decided on Monday that the party will put forward its own candidate for the upcoming presidential election. The internal candidacy procedure will remain open until 15 July.

Fuel prices to drop slightly on Tuesday

Ljubljana – Prices of regular and diesel sold outside motorways will drop a bit at midnight under the government-administered pricing model. Regular will cost 2.3 cents less at EUR 1.723 a litre and diesel 4 cents less at EUR 1.808 a litre, the Economy Ministry has announced. The new prices will stay in force for a fortnight until Monday, 18 July.

Mountain rescuers busy this weekend rescuing people and dog

Bohinj/Kranj – Slovenia’s mountain rescue teams were again busy this Sunday as they came to the aid of several injured hikers as well as a dog in four helicopter dispatches. More and more hikers have insufficient knowledge about mountaineering equipment and underestimate the mountains, the authorities warn, urging responsible behaviour.

Pahor and Kosovo counterpart urge European and Euro-Atlantic future for W Balkans

Ljubljana – President Borut Pahor and Kosovo counterpart Vjosa Osmani-Sadriu agreed in Ljubljana on Monday that relations between the two countries are excellent and expressed the wish to continue this way. Both leaders see a peaceful and secure future for the Western Balkans in the context of European and Euro-Atlantic integration.

Govt urged to meet over wheat purchase as harvesting is ending

Ljubljana – The Slovenian Association of Cooperatives has urged the Agriculture Ministry to meet with them immediately to talk through the government’s plan to purchase this year’s entire wheat harvest. The association says that harvesting is in full swing and is about to largely end by the end of the week in case of good weather.

OECD recommends Slovenia to address inflation, implement reforms

Brdo pri Kranju – The OECD recommends to Slovenia in its latest report to focus on high inflation in the short term and then accelerate reforms that would increase productivity, make growth more sustainable and address ageing. Absence of reforms is to put additional pressure on pensions, healthcare and the labour market.

Covid cases up by 40% at the weekend week-on-week

Ljubljana – The latest Covid-19 statistics show the number of cases steadily rising, as the number of new infections registered over the weekend increased by almost 40% on a weekly basis to 641, while overall hospitalisations have declined. There is a higher number of patients in intensive care, though, and three persons with Covid-19 have died since Friday.

Pahor tells Politika EU ignoring W Balkans will have consequences

Belgrade – President Borut Pahor has noted in an interview with Monday’s issue of the Serbian newspaper Politika that the EU not wanting or being unable to establish greater presence in the Western Balkans will have consequences. He said he will continue to work for the EU accession prospects of the Western Balkans and expressed understanding for Serbia.

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