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  • Cycling- Movistar accuse UCI of Roglic favoritism

  • Movistar’s Sporting Director accused cycling's governing body of favoring Vuelta a Espana leader Primoz Roglic on Friday after the Slovenian was allowed to use a car’s slipstream to catch up with the peloton after a crash.
  • Zverev secures spot in U.S. Open last 16

  • German sixth seed Alexander Zverev advanced to the fourth round of the U.S. Open for the first time with a 6-7(4) 7-6(4) 6-3 7-6(3) win over Slovenia's Aljaz Bedene on Saturday.
  • Slovenia to resettle Venezuelans with Slovenian ancestry

  • At least 47 Venezuelans with Slovenian ancestry will be resettled in Slovenia to escape the economic meltdown that has given rise to "unbearable conditions" in the South American country, a cabinet minister said on Thursday.
  • Slovenia court ruling enables first bank bail-in repayment

  • A Slovenian appellate court has upheld a verdict by a lower court that a local bank had to repay two owners of subordinated bonds scrapped during Slovenia's 2013/14 bank overhaul, raising the possibility that more bondholders might be repaid.
  • Slovenia’s Castle in a Cave

  • Located in the town of Postojna, Slovenia, Predjama Castle sits 400 feet above ground atop a rocky cliffside. Built in the 13th century in Gothic style, the exterior of the castle was reconstructed once again in the 16th century after it was seized by another kingdom. Beneath the castle lays the Postojna Cave Park, which is open to the public from May to September, but closed during winter months so as not to disturb the hibernating bats. The castle has seen many residents throughout its long history, but its most famous owner is Erazem Lueger, a 15th century “Robin Hood” figure who took from the rich and gave to the needy.

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