Slovenia’s President Wins Second Term in Runoff Election
With all votes counted, the incumbent, Borut Pahor, vowed to help “politicians solve problems, not the deepen divisions” in the nation.
Slovakia Deals Setback to Neo-Fascist Candidate
While voters refused to re-elect an anti-European Union candidate as a regional governor, they also turned away four members of the governing party.
‘Janelle Asked to the Bedroom,’ a Micronovel by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
The writer and activist — one of the seven covers of our Oct. 22nd Greats issue — writes a story exclusively for T.
Slovenia’s (Burgeoning) Fairy Tale of a City
Where to eat, sleep and shop in Ljubljana, the country’s majestic capital.
Secrecy Reigns as U.N. Seeks a New Secretary General
Diplomats emerged from the nearly two-hour voting session with lips sealed about whom they had given a thumb’s up or thumb’s down to.
Melania Trump: From Small-Town Slovenia to Doorstep of White House
Growing up in Sevnica under a Communist regime, Ms. Trump showed a determination to move ahead in the world, according to friends and acquaintances from her youth.
The Slovenian Roots of Melania Trump
A look at the life of Ms. Trump before she married the man who would dominate the 2016 Republican presidential primary season.
1941: Italy Annexes Area of Slovenia
From the International Herald Tribune archives: Part of Slovenia was formally annexed to Italy in 1941.
Balkan Nations Shut Down March of Migrants
Since Tuesday, countries in southeastern Europe have moved to close the migrant trail, even as the European Union continues talks with Turkey.
Slovenians Deliver Major Setback to Same-Sex Marriage in Referendum
Slovenians rejected a law that had made their country the first former communist nation of Europe to embrace legal equality for gay men and lesbians.
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