Showing 30 results for 'Slovenia'
Articles (x) Videos (x)
Aleksander Ceferin cut a relaxed figure on his return home to Slovenia two days after being elected as President of European football’s governing body UEFA.
Aleksander Ceferin completed his meteoric rise through the footballing ranks on Wednesday when the Slovenian was elected president of European football’s governing body…
Aleksander Ceferin, the president of Slovenia’s football federation, was overwhelmingly elected as the new head of European soccer’s governing body UEFA at an extraordinary Congress on…
Officially, he is in Slovenia to pay tribute to Soviet servicemen who lost their lives there.
Slavoy Zizek, a straight talking philosopher, spoke to Euronews in Ljubljana, Slovenia, for the Global Conversation
By April 2018 all new car models sold in the EU will have to be equipped with an eCall – an automatic emergency call system. Slovenia is the first
Peter Prevc became the first man to win 14 ski jumping events in a single season on Thursday. The Slovenia overall World Cup champion flew to the top
Marcel Hirscher kept his composure to claim the giant slalom in Kranjska Gora on Saturday. The Austrian looked in great shape and held on to his
Alexis Pinturault continued his dazzling form of late by winning a World Cup giant slalom race in Kranjska Gora, Slovenia for his fourth consecutive
For the moment at least Slovenia rules when it comes to ski jumping and one family in particular after a European triumph at the World Cup in Sapporo
Germany’s Viktoria Rebensburg triumphed in her second straight women’s World Cup giant slalom in Slovenia on Saturday despite an early mistake
Greece is under pressure to do more to stem the flow of migrants to northern Europe as the EU mulls extending temporary border controls inside its
Peter Prevc has won the 64th edition of the prestigous Four Hills tournament. He capped off a fine tournament campaign by winning the fourth and
Peter Prevc produced a gigantic second jump en route to winning the second leg of the prestigious Four Hills Ski jumping tournament at the German
People in Slovenia have voted against a law that would have allowed same-sex couples to get married and adopt children. Very disappointed that
Slovenia’s Peter Prevc kept his composure to claim his first ski jumping World Cup win of the season in the large hill in Russia. The 23-year-old
Around 3,000 police officers gathered in front of the government building in the Slovenian capital to protest at the government’s failure to grant
Work is getting underway on a wire fence to control the flow of migrants from Slovenia to Austria. This is the first time a barrier has gone up
Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico says his government has challenged an EU policy to relocate 120,000 migrants from Italy and Greece to other member
Balkan countries have begun a priority system to stem the flow of migrants to Europe. The aim is to give priority to those fleeing conflicts instead
Austria says it plans to build a 3.7 kilometre fence along its border with Slovenia. It is the first time a barrier will have been erected between
Slovenia has started erecting a wire fence along its border with Croatia to help control the flow of refugees and migrants arriving daily. Since
The European Commission has approved 10.17 million euros of emergency funding to help Slovenia cope with the massive and sudden influx of would-be
For refugees arriving in Sweden for the first time on the high-speed train it is a taste of the comfort promised by the West. But this has been a
At the World Travel Market 2015 in London, the leading event for the global travel industry, euronews spoke to Tine Murn from the Slovenian Tourism
Hundreds of frustrated migrants and refugees at Sentilj in Slovenia, the country’s main border crossing with Austria, pushed through barriers on
As the refugee crisis shows no sign of abating, more EU countries threaten to shut their borders, dealing a blow to the EU's passport-free Schengen zone.
European Union leaders have agreed to provide another 100,000 spaces in refugee welcome centres along the route from Greece towards Germany. It’s
Marching through the fields Around 1,000 migrants and refugees crossed the Slovenia-Croatia border on foot at dawn on Saturday (October 24), near the