Footage of an armed group being led through training drills by a fringe politician has sparked concern in Slovenia.
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.
Miro Cerar steps down after the Supreme Court annuls the result of a referendum approving a 1-billion-euro railway project.
Voters are going to the polls on Sunday with incumbent Borut Pahor favourite to win a second term.
This week on Business Planet we investigate how Slovenia is tackling construction and demolition waste, thanks to the European project REBIRTH.
Slavoy Zizek, a straight talking philosopher, spoke to Euronews in Ljubljana, Slovenia, for the Global Conversation
The Slovenian Parliament has adopted by 51 to 28 votes a new law that authorises same-sex weddings
Slovenia’s coalition government won a confidence vote in parliament on Friday, shoring up political backing for the euro zone member’s bid to avert
Slovenia, once the economic poster child of the new EU countries, now finds itself in economic and political chaos.
The government says Slovenia
Complete interview with one of the Slovenian citizen’s rights movement leaders, Sanjin Jasar from Maribor.
Resistance Day in Slovenia usually marks the country’s proud history of resisting invaders but this year, it doubled as a space for many to vent