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SLOVENIA/
RTXC8N 
November 14, 2007 
Lojze Peterle, candidate for the Slovenian Presidency, speaks to the media in Ljubljana September 20,... 
Ljubljana, Slovenia 
Lojze Peterle, candidate for the Slovenian Presidency, speaks to the media in Ljubljana 
Lojze Peterle, candidate for the Slovenian Presidency, speaks to the media in Ljubljana September 20, 2007. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA) 
SLOVENIA-PRESIDENT/
RTX8FQ 
November 11, 2007 
Winner of the Presidential election Danilo Turk react in press centre in Ljubljana, November 11, 2007.... 
Ljubljana, Slovenia 
Winner of the Presidential election Danilo Turk react in press centre in Ljubljana 
Winner of the Presidential election Danilo Turk react in press centre in Ljubljana, November 11, 2007. Turk won presidential elections Sunday beating former Prime Minister Lojze Peterle. Turk won 69 percent of the vote in the second-round run-off, ahead of candidate Peterle's 30 percent, according to results broadcast by private POP TV after polls closed. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA) 
SLOVENIA-PRESIDENT/
RTX8EY 
November 11, 2007 
Lojze Peterle (R) congratulates winner of the Presidential election Danilo Turk in press centre in Ljubljana,... 
Ljubljana, Slovenia 
Lojze Peterle congratulates winner of the Presidential election Danilo Turk in Ljubljana 
Lojze Peterle (R) congratulates winner of the Presidential election Danilo Turk in press centre in Ljubljana, November 11, 2007. Turk won presidential elections Sunday beating former Prime Minister Peterle. Turk won 69 percent of the vote in the second-round run-off, ahead of candidate Peterle's 30 percent, according to results broadcast by private POP TV after polls closed. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA) 
SLOVENIA-PRESIDENT/
RTX8EX 
November 11, 2007 
Winner of the Presidential election Danilo Turk speaks to the press after second round of Presidential... 
Ljubljana, Slovenia 
Winner of the Presidential election Danilo Turk speaks to the press after second round of Presidential... 
Winner of the Presidential election Danilo Turk speaks to the press after second round of Presidential elections in Ljubljana, November 11, 2007. Turk won presidential elections Sunday beating former Prime Minister Lojze Peterle. Turk won 69 percent of the vote in the second-round run-off, ahead of candidate Peterle's 30 percent, according to results broadcast by private POP TV after polls closed. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA) 
SLOVENIA-PRESIDENT/
RTX8EK 
November 11, 2007 
Lojze Peterle (R) congratulates winner of the Presidential election Danilo Turk in press centre in Ljubljana,... 
Ljubljana, Slovenia 
Lojze Peterle congratulates winner of the Presidential election Danilo Turk in Ljubljana 
Lojze Peterle (R) congratulates winner of the Presidential election Danilo Turk in press centre in Ljubljana, November 11, 2007. Turk won presidential elections Sunday beating former Prime Minister Peterle. Turk won 69 percent of the vote in the second-round run-off, ahead of candidate Peterle's 30 percent, according to results broadcast by private POP TV after polls closed. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA) 
SLOVENIA-PRESIDENT/
RTX8BG 
November 11, 2007 
Leftist Danilo Turk (C) is seen with supporters after presidential elections in Ljubljana, November 11,... 
Ljubljana, Slovenia 
Danilo Turk is seen with supporters after presidential elections in Ljubljana 
Leftist Danilo Turk (C) is seen with supporters after presidential elections in Ljubljana, November 11, 2007. Turk won presidential elections Sunday beating former Prime Minister Lojze Peterle. Turk won 69 percent of the vote in the second-round run-off, ahead of candidate Peterle's 30 percent, according to results broadcast by private POP TV after polls closed REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA) 
SLOVENIA-PRESIDENT/
RTX8BD 
November 11, 2007 
First Slovenian President Milan Kucan (R) congratulates winner Danilo Turk after presidential elections... 
Ljubljana, Slovenia 
First Slovenian President Milan Kucan congratulates winner Danilo Turk after presidential elections in... 
First Slovenian President Milan Kucan (R) congratulates winner Danilo Turk after presidential elections in Ljubljana, November 11, 2007. Turk won presidential elections Sunday beating former prime minister Lojze Peterle. Turk won 69 percent of the vote in the second-round run-off, ahead of candidate Peterle's 30 percent, according to results broadcast by private POP TV after polls closed REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA) 
SLOVENIA-ELECTIONS/
RTX7WA 
November 11, 2007 
Presidential candidate Lojze Peterle speaks with the press after he cast his ballot at a polling station... 
Ljubljana, Slovenia 
Presidential candidate Lojze Peterle speaks with the press after he cast his ballot at a polling station... 
Presidential candidate Lojze Peterle speaks with the press after he cast his ballot at a polling station during the second round of the presidential elections in Ljubljana November 11, 2007. Slovenia will choose a head of state on Sunday, the fourth time since their independence in 1991. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA) 
SLOVENIA-ELECTIONS/
RTX7W7 
November 11, 2007 
Presidential candidate Lojze Peterle checks his ballot at a polling station during the second round of... 
Ljubljana, Slovenia 
Presidential candidate Peterle checks his ballot at a polling station during the second round of the... 
Presidential candidate Lojze Peterle checks his ballot at a polling station during the second round of the presidential elections in Ljubljana November 11, 2007. Slovenia will choose a head of state on Sunday, the fourth time since their independence in 1991. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA) 
SLOVENIA-ELECTIONS/
RTX7VW 
November 11, 2007 
Presidential candidate Lojze Peterle casts his ballot at a polling station during the second round of... 
Ljubljana, Slovenia 
Presidential candidate Lojze Peterle cast his ballot at the polling station in Ljubljana 
Presidential candidate Lojze Peterle casts his ballot at a polling station during the second round of the presidential elections in Ljubljana November 11, 2007. Slovenia will choose a head of state on Sunday, the fourth time since their independence in 1991. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA) 
SLOVENIA-ELECTIONS/
RTX7VC 
November 11, 2007 
Presidential candidate Lojze Peterle, flanked by his wife Branka, casts his ballot at a polling station... 
Ljubljana, Slovenia 
Presidential candidate Lojze Peterle, flanked by his wife Branka, casts his ballot at a polling station... 
Presidential candidate Lojze Peterle, flanked by his wife Branka, casts his ballot at a polling station during the second round of the presidential elections in Ljubljana November 11, 2007. Slovenia will choose a head of state on Sunday, the fourth time since their independence in 1991. REUTERS/Denis Sarkic/Pool (SLOVENIA) 
SLOVENIA-PRESIDENT
RTX436 
November 08, 2007 
A cyclist passes electoral posters of presidential candidates Danilo Turk (L) and Lojze Peterle in Ljubljana... 
Ljubljana, Slovenia 
A cyclist passes electoral posters of presidential candidates Danilo Turk and Lojze Peterle in Ljubljana... 
A cyclist passes electoral posters of presidential candidates Danilo Turk (L) and Lojze Peterle in Ljubljana November 8, 2007. Leftist Turk is likely to win Slovenia's presidential runoff on Sunday and extend the tradition of left-leaning heads of state in the European Union's most advanced ex-communist member. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA) 
SLOVENIA-PRESIDENT
RTX42W 
November 08, 2007 
A woman walks past electoral posters of presidential candidates Danilo Tuerk (L) and Lojze Peterle in... 
Ljubljana, Slovenia 
A woman walks past electoral posters of presidential candidates in Ljubljana 
A woman walks past electoral posters of presidential candidates Danilo Tuerk (L) and Lojze Peterle in Ljubljana November 8, 2007. Slovenes will choose a new president in a presidential election runoff on November 11. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (Slovenia) 
SLOVENIA-ELECTIONS/
RTR1V5PU 
October 21, 2007 
Presidential candidate Lojze Peterle shows his ballot at a polling station in Ljubljana October 21, 2007.... 
Ljubljana, Slovenia 
Presidential candidate Lojze Peterle shows his ballot at a polling station in Ljubljana 
Presidential candidate Lojze Peterle shows his ballot at a polling station in Ljubljana October 21, 2007. Slovenians started voting on Sunday in a presidential election which might give the country its first right-of-centre head of state since it broke away from Yugoslavia in 1991. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA) 
SLOVENIA-PRESIDENT/
RTR1V5PO 
October 21, 2007 
Presidential candidate Lojze Peterle casts his ballot at the polling station in Ljubljana October 21,... 
Ljubljana, Slovenia 
Presidential candidate Lojze Peterle casts his ballot at the polling station in Ljubljana 
Presidential candidate Lojze Peterle casts his ballot at the polling station in Ljubljana October 21, 2007. Slovenians started voting on Sunday in a presidential election which might give the country its first right-of-centre head of state since it broke away from Yugoslavia in 1991. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA) 
SLOVENIA-PRESIDENT/
RTR1V5OO 
October 21, 2007 
Presidential candidate Lojze Peterle casts his ballot at the polling station in Ljubljana October 21,... 
Ljubljana, Slovenia 
Presidential candidate Lojze Peterle casts his ballot at the polling station in Ljubljana 
Presidential candidate Lojze Peterle casts his ballot at the polling station in Ljubljana October 21, 2007. Slovenians started voting on Sunday in a presidential election which might give the country its first right-of-centre head of state since it broke away from Yugoslavia in 1991. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA) 
SLOVENIA SWEDEN
RTRATNS 
November 15, 2000 
Slovenian Foreign Minister Lojze Peterle (R) welcomes Swedish counterpart Anna Lindh at the beginning... 
Strmol, Slovenia 
SLOVENIAN FOREIGN MINISTER LOJZE PETERLE WELCOMES SWEDISH COUNTERPART ANNA LINDH. 
Slovenian Foreign Minister Lojze Peterle (R) welcomes Swedish counterpart Anna Lindh at the beginning of her visit in Strmol on November 15, 2000. Peterle and Lindh talked about Slovenia entering in the Eurpean Union.

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