STA, 24 September - President Borut Pahor will head to New York today, where he will address the 73rd session of the UN General Assembly on Tuesday. He is already to attend today a session marking the 100th birth anniversary of Nelson Mandela and a reception hosted by US President Donald Trump.
STA, 21 September 2018 - The Left will not formalise a tentative agreement that allowed the appointment of the Marjan Šarec minority government next week, but talks on re-establishing trust will continue, Left leader Luka Mesec said after a meeting with Šarec on Friday.
STA, 20 September 2018 - Slovenia cannot agree to the European Commission making a political issue out of the implementation of the Slovenian-Croatian border arbitration award, because this also damages the future of the Commission and of the EU, Slovenia's new Foreign Minister Miro Cerar said in an interview with the STA.
STA, 17 September 2018 - Police have launched an investigation after a second group claiming to be a militia published photos of combat training on Facebook just days after the arrest of the leader of a self-proclaimed militia in eastern Slovenia.
STA, 15 September 2018 - Slovenia's most senior politicians reiterated that there was no alternative to the implementation of the border arbitration award as they responded to the revelation by Der Spiegel that the European Commission had been advised by its Legal Service to support Slovenia's positions in its case against Croatia.
STA, 14 September 2018 - Zoran Janković has announced he would seek his fourth term as Ljubljana mayor with an investment drive that he says would be "cherry on the cake" of projects that he has brought to fruition in the last twelve years.
STA, 13 September - The head of the Democrats (SDS) Janez Janša told parliament on Thursday that leading a coalition of "six parties, one of which with supra-coalition status" will be a nightmare for PM Marjan Šarec and that each day under such a government would be a day lost for Slovenia.
STA, 12 September 2018 - Andrej Šiško, the self-styled leader of a local militia, was brought into custody again on Wednesday morning after a panel of judges reversed the investigating magistrate's decision to let him walk free. Šiško's lawyer Viktor Osim told the STA he would appeal.