News Slovenia: Separated from family during coronavirus pandemic, Luka Doncic got a big assist from U.S. ambassador to Slovenia
DALLAS Relationships matter in life, a lot, even for globally famous sports stars.Such is the case for Dallas Mavericks guard Luka Doncic.Little did Doncic know on Feb. 28, when he met Lynda Blanchard, the U.S. ambassador to Slovenia, before the Mavs-Heat game on Slovenian Night at Miami's American Airlines Arena, that he soon would need Blanchard's help.And Doncic almost certainly didn't fathom that the help he would need would stem from a developing worldwide pandemic that would force the
Tthe Amir HHSheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani sent Thursday a cable of congratulations to HE President of the Republic of Slovenia Borut Pahor on the occasion of Statehood Day.
As coronavirus border restrictions ease across Europe, a nettlesome fence on the Italy-Slovenia border came down Monday, reuniting a town that had been divided for months. The mayors of Gorizia in Italy and Nova Gorica in Slovenia cut a symbolic ribbon and hugged each other across the border to mark
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Slithering through their subterranean aquarium, three "baby dragons" have gone on display in a Slovenian cave, where they hatched in 2016 in a rare successful breeding, officials said Thursday. Only 30 visitors per day will be allowed to visit the so-called baby dragons -- ancient underwater
Slovakia will allow free travel to and from 16 more European countries from June 10 and no longer require face masks to be worn outside, PM Igor Matovic said on Tuesday.
As Slovenia emerges from the novel coronavirus lockdown, residents in the border town of Nova Gorica are still contending with a very visible symbol of the pandemic -- a fence that cuts their town in two. The fence set up in March along the frontier by Slovenian authorities was drawing a steady stream
Janez Kocijancic, Slovenia's leading sports official for decades, died on Monday after "a sudden and severe disease." He was 78.
Hungary and Slovenia eased coronavirus border restrictions on Thursday to allow travel by their citizens between the two countries, their foreign ministers told a joint press conference at the border. The coronavirus shut down international travel across most of the European Union, which has urged that
Hungary and Slovenia have agreed on a road map towards a gradual reopening of their border by June 1, Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto wrote on his Facebook page on Monday. Hungary started lifting coronavirus restrictions in Budapest from Monday, though residents returning to shops or travelling
In and around the Slovenian capital of Ljubljana, real estate professionals are ready to get their market growing again.
Slovenia's government is lifting restrictions on passenger air transport in the country, having imposed a comprehensive ban in the wake of the coronavirus crisis. The government says it will "withdraw ...
Slovenia enforced a strict lockdown in response to Covid-19 in mid-March, but eased some measures two weeks ago. So far, the country has confirmed 1,450 cases of the disease and 100 deaths. The BBC's ...
W hen Peter Kozmus stepped off his plane from New York at Ljubljana airport in Slovenia in 2017, he expected to quietly grab his suitcase at the baggage carousel and make his way home. Instead, when ...
Slovenia will offer state guarantees of up to 2 billion euros (1.76 billion pounds) for loans to companies hit by the coronavirus epidemic, finance minister Andrej Sircelj said on Wednesday.
Slovenia is preparing to gradually restart public transport from May 11, government spokesman Jelko Kacin said on Thursday, almost two months after it was suspended to stop the spread of the coronavirus. Slovenia has so far confirmed 1429 coronavirus cases and 91 deaths. "Only pupils in the first
As social distancing becomes the new norm in Ljubljana, some workers have noticeably less protection, writes novelist Miha Mazzini ...
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