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Top seeds Kasatkina, Kontaveit advance in Cleveland

Journal Review 24 Aug 2021
CLEVELAND (AP) — Top seed Daria Kasatkina of Russia and second seed Anett Kontaveit of Estonia won their first round matches at Tennis in the Land on Monday. Kasatkina defeated Kaja Juvan of Slovenia 6-3, 6-3 in the opening match of the day, while Kontaveit rallied for a 1-6, 6-0, ...
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Off the Wire

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 24 Aug 2021
Top seed Daria Kasatkina of Russia and second seed Anett Kontaveit of Estonia won their first-round matches at Tennis in the Land in Cleveland on Monday. Kasatkina defeated Kaja Juvan of Slovenia 6-3, 6-3 in the opening match of the day, while Kontaveit rallied for a 1-6, 6-0, 6-0 ...
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Lapid to Slovenian FM: end 9-year freeze of EU-Israel Association Council

The Jerusalem Post 23 Aug 2021
"Slovenia has become a trusted friend and a trusted ally," Lapid told Logar during a joint press conference in Jerusalem, to mark the signing off a memorandum of understanding on cyber security ... She returned to Europe during World War II to rescues Jews, landing in what is now Slovenia, but was captured and executed by the Nazis. .
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Large-scale PV finds footing in Slovenia

PV Magazine 17 Aug 2021
Large-scale PV has thus far struggled to gain much development traction in Slovenia, with only a few projects being announced in recent years, due to restrictions on land use ... A similar project is now being constructed by Dravske elektrarne Maribor, a renewable energy producer owned by Slovenia-based power utility Holding slovenske elektrarne (HSE).
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Slovenia’s new Juliana Trail reveals a land of water, rock and forest

The Guardian 11 Aug 2021
I’m in Slovenia but I’m not anywhere easily found on a map. Here, at the far east of the Julian Alps, is a land of water and woods.
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Tesco’s meat problem (commentary)

Mongabay 03 Aug 2021
Raising meat produces more climate pollution, fouls more drinking water, and requires more land for livestock and ... There has been more land in the Amazon and Cerrado Biomes of Brazil bulldozed for soy plantations than the entire land mass of Israel or Slovenia in just 11 years.
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Climbing-Hosts Japan target climbing heights in show of force

Reuters 02 Aug 2021
Reflecting the depth of the Japanese team, all four qualified through competition rather than depending on host allocations. Only the U.S ... While Slovenia's Janja Garnbret is favourite to land the women's gold, Japanese duo Akiyo Noguchi and Miho Nonaka are also seen as strong contenders ... HUMID CONDITIONS ... Our Standards ... More from Reuters ....
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Olympics-Climbing-Hosts Japan target climbing heights in show of force

Metro USA 02 Aug 2021
Reflecting the depth of the Japanese team, all four qualified through competition rather than depending on host allocations. Only the U.S ... While Slovenia’s Janja Garnbret is favourite to land the women’s gold, Japanese duo Akiyo Noguchi and Miho Nonaka are also seen as strong contenders ... HUMID CONDITIONS ... FILE PHOTO. Climbing ... FILE PHOTO ... .
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Roundup of Olympic gold medals from Monday

The Spokesman-Review 27 Jul 2021
In the bronze medal match, Hiroki Muto helped Japan beat the Netherlands in a shoot-off with a walk-off arrow that nearly landed in the heart of the target ... Slovenia’s Benjamin Savsek won gold in the men’s canoe slalom ahead of the Czech Republic’s Lukas Rohan and Germany’s Sideris Tasiadis.
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Roundup of Olympic gold medals from Monday, July 26

Herald and News 27 Jul 2021
In the bronze medal match, Hiroki Muto helped Japan beat the Netherlands in a shoot-off with a walk-off arrow that nearly landed in the heart of the target ... Slovenia’s Benjamin Savsek won gold in the men’s canoe slalom ahead of the Czech Republic’s Lukas Rohan and Germany’s Sideris Tasiadis.
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Monday Olympics roundup: Katie Ledecky wins silver in the 400-meter freestyle

Penn Live 26 Jul 2021
In the bronze medal match, Hiroki Muto helped Japan beat the Netherlands in a shoot-off with a walk-off arrow that nearly landed in the heart of the target ... Slovenia’s Benjamin Savsek won gold in the men’s canoe slalom ahead of the Czech Republic’s Lukas Rohan and Germany’s Sideris Tasiadis.
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NHL draft: Kings trade up three times on second day

Daily Bulletin 24 Jul 2021
On Day 2 of the NHL Entry Draft, the Kings added three more prospects, enriching their organizational depth and hitting their targets, even if it meant swinging deals to do so ... He moved up twice in the second round and again in the third ... 49, 136) ... Pirelli landed in Slovenia, plying his trade in Jesenice, the hometown of Kings captain Anze Kopitar ... .
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Activists seek to protect purity of water as Slovenia goes to polls

The Irish Times 08 Jul 2021
When Slovenia’s National Assembly passed legislation in late March that changed the rules for construction along waterside land, the country’s environmentalists were furious ... Slovenia is renowned for its crystal-clear water and lush green forests ... The campaign headquarters in central Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia, are sparse.
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Philippines ranks lowest in magazine’s list of safest countries

Sun Star 08 Jul 2021
THE Philippines again got the lowest ranking in an international business magazine’s list of the world’s safest countries ... The magazine said many European countries that performed well in past rankings such as Portugal, Spain, Slovenia and Belgium did not land in the top 20 this year because their governments handled the Covid-19 crisis poorly.
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Grapevine July 2, 2021: Historic moments

The Jerusalem Post 01 Jul 2021
Speaking of similarities and differences between their two countries, Frej said that while Israel and Slovenia were more or less the same sizes, half of Israel’s land mass is desert, whereas all of Slovenia is filled with lush green forest ... From the very beginning, Slovenia’s motto has been green, smart and creative, she said.

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