After the Bush-Putin summit, it looks like the world will never confuse Slovenia with Slovakia again by Ales Gaube LJUBLJANA, Slovenia–In the last days of May, the Slovenian capital Ljubljana witnessed a significant change. Every day more and more men dressed in black with black shades walked around the city. “It is obvious that they […]

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