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What are your used clothes worth? Plenty, say EU researchers, who are turning discarded textiles into materials such as glucose, glycol or acids that can be used in the biochemical industry.
At this former coal mine, customers get a glimpse into the life of a miner along with a three-course meal.
A gentle push on the knees, a subtle lift on the chest - that's the recipe to relieve low back pain applied by EU researchers developing a new exoskeleton. We put it to the test in a real-life factory.
An unflattering statue of Donald Trump has been unveiled in the home country of his wife Melania. Earlier this summer a somewhat 'rustic' statue of Melania appeared near her hometown of Sevnica.
A life-size rough wooden sculpture of U.S. first lady Melania Trump was unveiled near her hometown of Sevnica in southeastern Slovenia on Friday.
Powered by magnets, the €2,460 platter floats as it plays music. The designer says the lack of motor makes for a crisper, clearer sound.
"I think it (the EU) is built on anti-fascism because after the Second World War we finally find out that it is peace that we want to keep inside of Europe," Tomic told Euronews.
A woman was arrested in Slovenia for fraud after cutting her hand off with a circular saw in a bid to land an insurance payout, police say.
"I made a mistake," Darij Krajcic told Euronews.
Major General Alenka Ermenc now leads the country's 7,500 troops.
Footage of an armed group being led through training drills by a fringe politician has sparked concern in Slovenia.
Some 570 people gathered to participate in the event, with Slovenian President Borut Pahor also in attendance.
The RCERO the waste treatment centre in the Slovenian capital is the most modern and one of the largest in Europe. It handles the waste of 58 municipalities.
It's thought the Slovenia Democratic Party may struggle to find coalition partners for government, after it emerged as the largest party in Sunday's parliamentary election.
Nationalists forecast to perform well in elections brought on by Prime Minister's resignation
Janez Janša, has seen an increase in support since hundreds of thousands of migrants crossed Slovenia to Western Europe two years ago.
What we know about the Slovenian elections, the popular populists leading the polls — and Hungarian PM Viktor Orban's influence on voters.
Tusk is in the country ahead of an EU summit featuring Western Balkan leaders
Miro Cerar steps down after the Supreme Court annuls the result of a referendum approving a 1-billion-euro railway project.
A Slovenian company is creating new business opportunities by optimizing data mined by the EU's Copernicus programme from outer space.
Ahmad Shamieh faces expulsion despite being praised for his efforts to integrate.
Voters are going to the polls on Sunday with incumbent Borut Pahor favourite to win a second term.
The former Yugoslav country knows what Catalonia is experiencing but superficial parallels between the two do not always hold up.
In their revolutionary Defy Lab, Zenith have really re-invented the (balance) wheel
Slovenia’s oldest town Ptuj steps back two millennia to revive its ancient past with the 10th Roman Games. The annual four day festival celebrates
In a row that centres on the Bay of Piran, judges have granted Slovenia unhindered access to international waters in the Adriatic Sea