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Tokyo Olympics TV schedule for Monday July 26

Here’s the Tokyo Olympics TV schedule for Monday July 26. Highlights Monday evening include swimming finals in men’s 200 free, women’s 100 back, men’s 100 back, women’s 100 breaststroke. MONDAY JULY 26 CNBC 11 p.m. – 2 a.m. – Men’s Basketball – Argentina vs. Slovenia (LIVE) Shooting Skeet – Women’s Final Shooting Skeet – Men’s Final (LIVE) Archery – Men’s Team Final (LIVE) Cycling – Men’s Mountain Bike 5 p.m. – 7:10 p.m. – Beach Volleyball – Women’s Qualifying Round (LIVE) Men’s Water Polo –...
Tags: Japan, Nbc, Australia, China, Nigeria, Sports, Spain, Sport, Taiwan, Soccer, Egypt, South Africa, Olympics, Italy, Poland, Brazil


Tokyo Olympics TV schedule for Sunday July 25

Here’s the Tokyo Olympics TV schedule for Sunday July 25. Highlights includes skateboarding, swimming and the triathlon. SUNDAY, JULY 25 CNBC 11 p.m. – 4 a.m. – Men’s Water Polo – U.S. vs. Japan (LIVE) Diving – Women’s Synchronized Springboard Final (LIVE) Archery – Women’s Team Final (LIVE) 5 p.m. – 11 p.m. – Skateboarding – Women’s Street Final (LIVE) Rugby – Men’s Qualifying Round (LIVE) Archery – Men’s Team Elimination Round Skateboarding – Women’s Street Final (LIVE) Fencing – Men’s Ind...
Tags: Japan, Nbc, Australia, Mexico, France, China, Sports, Spain, Sport, Taiwan, Soccer, Olympics, Korea, New Zealand, Brazil, Slovenia


Slovenia: Termination Of Deferral Or Installment Payment Of Tax Liabilities - Eurofast

Taxpayers can submit applications for deferral or installment payment of tax liabilities under intervention legislation until 30 June 2021.
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Mikel Arteta on the leading voice behind Emile Smith Rowe securing Arsenal’s no.10 jersey

 Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta has provided an insight into the process which ultimately culminated in Emile Smith Rowe securing the no.10 jersey at the Emirates. ESR commits to Arsenal The headlines news on the red half of North London this week of course surrounded one of the club’s standout up-and-coming talents – Emile Smith Rowe.Midfielder Smith Rowe enjoyed a breakout campaign in the English capital in 2020/21, after finally being handed the chance to impress on a consistent basis late last ye...
Tags: England, Sport, Soccer, Premier League, Manchester City, Arsenal, Switzerland, Slovenia, Mesut Ozil, Uefa, Emirates Stadium, Mikel Arteta, Millwall, north London, Borussia Monchengladbach, London England


NHL draft: Kings trade up three times on second day

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. General Manager Rob Blake said Friday he was open to trades that bundled lower picks, and Saturday he consolidated six picks into three higher selections. He moved up twice in the second round and again in the third. Blake also made a minor trade with the Arizona Coyotes. The Kings sent forward Boko Imama and defenseman C...
Tags: Europe, Russia, Sports, Toronto, Sport, Canada, Soccer, Kings, Slovenia, Finland, Alps, NHL, Los-angeles-kings, Pirelli, Blake, Arizona Coyotes


How to watch basketball at the Tokyo Olympics, including the new 3-on-3 tournament

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Kevin Durant is one of the many NBA stars playing in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. AP Photo/John Locher The Tokyo 2020 Olympics will feature men's and women's tournaments for 5-on-5 and 3-on-3 basketball. Olympic basketball games will be spread across NBC, NBC Sports, USA, and CNBC. The NBC sports app will stream every game, and US men's games will also stream live on Peacock ($5/month). Table o...
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Slovenia PM Accuses EU Official of Lying Over Rule of Law

Slovenia Prime Minister Janez Janša has accused a European Union official of being a liar in the wake of the publication of an annual report on adherence to the rule of law in the bloc.
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Slovenia Pro Golfer Ana Belac

Ana Belac turned pro in March of 2020. In August, she played in her first LPGA Tour tournament. In October she won her first pro tournament on the Symetra Tour. Not too shabby a progression into the pro ranks for the Slovenian golfer! Belac, age 23 at the time of this writing, began her pro career on the Symetra Tour with a July 2020 debut. In her second tournament, she finished 11th. In her [Author: Golf Babes]
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Tour de France: Tadej Pogacar nears 2nd straight title

SAINT-EMILION, France — There was no drama this time, and Tadej Pogacar is all but guaranteed to win a second straight Tour de France. The defending champion from Slovenia just needed to play it safe in Saturday’s time trial to put the finishing touches to his summer triumph and retain his yellow jersey. That’s exactly what he did, placing eighth almost one minute behind stage winner Wout van Aert. It was a sharp contrast to last year’s final race against the clock at the Planche des Belles Fill...
Tags: France, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Cycling, Slovenia, Jonas, Laval, Pyrenees, Libourne, Chatou, Primoz Roglic, Roglic, UAE Team Emirates, Richard Carapaz, Pogacar


Slovenia: Labour and Employment Comparative Guide - Safarin Partnerji

Labour and Employment Comparative Guide for the jurisdiction of Slovenia, check out our comparative guides section to compare across multiple countries
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Tour de France: Tadej Pogacar holds on to yellow after stage 18 win

Slovenia's Tadej Pogacar remains in the leaders' yellow jersey of the Tour de France after victory on stage 18.
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2021 Lausanne Open Prize Money, Ranking Points

The 2021 Lausanne Open Prize Money, Ranking Points is available here. The Ladies Open Lausanne is a WTA 250 event that takes place from July 12 to 18, 2021 in Lausanne, Switzerland. The event has a total financial commitment of $ 250,000. Tamara Zidansek of Slovenia is the tournament’s top seed followed by Fiona Ferro, Jill Teichmann and Camila Giorgi. Watch 2021 Lausanne Open Live Stream Online LINK 1 | LINK 2 | LINK 3 Here’s the prize money breakdown and corresponding ranking points of the 202...
Tags: Sport, Slovenia, Camila Giorgi, Lausanne Switzerland, Tennis News, Tamara Zidansek, Fiona Ferro Jill Teichmann


European Public Funders Launch ‘New Dawn’ Inclusion and Equality Production Fund in Cannes

The Netherlands Film Fund and the Swedish Film Institute are among eight European public funders that are launching ‘New Dawn,’ an inclusion and equality production fund that aims to support under-represented groups in the world of film. Apart from the Netherlands and Sweden, the other founder funding bodies are from Slovenia, Denmark, Finland, French and […]
Tags: News, Sweden, Global, Netherlands, Slovenia, Cannes film festival, Cannes, Swedish Film Institute, The Netherlands Film Fund, European Public Funders Launch ` New Dawn


2021 Lausanne Open Live Stream Online

The 2021 Lausanne Open Live Stream Online coverage is available here. The Ladies Open Lausanne is a WTA 250 event that takes place from July 12 to 18, 2021 in Lausanne, Switzerland. The event has a total financial commitment of $ 250,000. Tamara Zidansek of Slovenia is the tournament’s top seed followed by Fiona Ferro, Jill Teichmann and Camila Giorgi. Watch 2021 Lausanne Open Live Stream Online LINK 1 | LINK 2 | LINK 3 Here are the top 8 seeds of the 2021 2021 Lausanne Open: Tamara Zidansek (S...
Tags: Sport, Slovenia, Camila Giorgi, Lausanne Switzerland, Tennis News, Tamara Zidansek, Fiona Ferro Jill Teichmann, SLO Fiona Ferro FRA, Jill Teichmann


Slovenian PM Says Water Referendum Defeat No Reason to Quit

Slovenia’s right-wing prime minister has brushed off opposition calls for his government's resignation in the wake of a referendum in which voters overwhelmingly rejected changes to a water management law.
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Slovenian Voters Reject Changing Water Protection Law

Voters in Slovenia appear to have overwhelmingly rejected changes to the country’s water management law.
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Slovenians Appear to Reject Changing Water Protection Law

Voters in Slovenia appear to have overwhelmingly rejected changes to the country’s water management law, according to partial results released Sunday.
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Slovenia's Water Law Referendum Seen as Test for Government

Slovenians are voting in a referendum on changes to the country’s water management law, a ballot that is being seen as a test for the government of right-wing Prime Minister Janez Jansa.
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Slovenia Water Law Referendum Seen as Test for Government

Slovenians are voting in a referendum on changes to the country’s waters management law that is seen as a test for the government of right-wing Prime Minister Janez Jansa.
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How much does it cost to start a business? There’s a world map for that

As the old adage goes, you must spend money to make money.Just about anywhere, setting up shop requires a significant bit of cash.But as this world map shows, the cost varies greatly by country. Starting a business in the U.S. costs $735, which is relatively affordable at just 16 percent of the average monthly paycheck.Credit: Jason Kempin/Getty Images for iHeart Media Starting your own business should be cheap, right? Because if you're succes...
Tags: Europe, Maps, UK, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, Africa, Economics, Syria, Afghanistan, Canada, Egypt, South Africa, Pakistan, Italy, Middle East, Innovation


Slovenia Says EU Must Unblock N.Macedonia Talks Before Special Balkan Summit

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union should let Albania and North Macedonia move ahead with membership talks by October before a special Balkans...
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Slovenian street name row highlights tensions over former dictator

Mayor aims to remove all reference to former Yugoslav leader Marshall Tito from street in RadenciThirty years after Slovenia achieved independence, a bitter dispute over a street that since 1979 has been named in honour of Marshal Josip Broz Tito has highlighted how the former leader of the federation of Yugoslavia continues to divide opinion in central Europe.A municipal decree changing the name of Tito Road, or Titova cesta, in Radenci, a town in north-east Slovenia, to Cesta osamosvojitve Slo...
Tags: Europe, World news, Slovenia, Yugoslavia, Josip Broz Tito, Marshall Tito, Cesta, Titova, Tito Road, Radenci, north east Slovenia


Dominant Luka: Doncic, Slovenia Headed to Tokyo Olympics

Most of the members of Slovenia’s basketball team charged toward Luka Doncic moments after the final buzzer sounded Sunday, determined to get him onto their shoulders and carry their best player around the court in celebration.
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Imposing ‘imaginary’ values risks EU collapse, Slovenian PM claims

As Slovenia takes over the EU presidency, its prime minister warns that the west cannot impose its liberal views on central EuropeSlovenia’s prime minister Janez Janša, a rare EU ally of Hungary’s right to outlaw the promotion or portrayal of homosexuality to children, has claimed that imposing “imaginary European values” on central Europe could lead to the union’s collapse.Janša, who publicly backed Donald Trump in his attempt to overthrow the US presidential election result, leads Slovenia as ...
Tags: Europe, US, Eu, European Union, Hungary, LGBT rights, European Commission, Slovenia, Donald Trump, Yugoslavia, Janez Jansa, Jansa


Imposing ‘imaginary’ values risks EU collapse, Slovenian president claims

As Slovenia takes over the EU presidency, its prime minister warns that the west cannot impose its liberal views on central EuropeSlovenia’s prime minister Janez Janša, a rare EU ally of Hungary’s right to outlaw the promotion or portrayal of homosexuality to children, has claimed that imposing “imaginary European values” on central Europe could lead to the union’s collapse.Janša, who publicly backed Donald Trump in his attempt to overthrow the US presidential election result, leads Slovenia as ...
Tags: Europe, US, Eu, European Union, Hungary, LGBT rights, European Commission, Slovenia, Donald Trump, Yugoslavia, Janez Jansa, Jansa


Slovenia's Term Raises Specter of EU's Threat From Within

Tiny Slovenia has taken charge of the world’s largest trading bloc, but its presidency got off to a rocky start.
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Teens Coco Gauff, Emma Raducanu advance at Wimbledon

WIMBLEDON, England — Here’s how hushed the crowd at No. 1 Court was before points Saturday: You could hear Emma Raducanu’s palm slap her thigh while she waited to receive serves. Here’s how loud the place got after points: You could close your eyes and monitor the collective reactions that followed each – the “Awwwwww!” of disappointment or the on-their-feet roar of joy – as the 18-year-old became the youngest British player, female or male, to reach Wimbledon’s fourth round in more than a half-...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Tennis, Michelle Obama, Roger Federer, Slovenia, Romania, Marin Cilic, Wimbledon, Nick Kyrgios, Venus Williams, Anne Keothavong, Federer, Emma, Kyrgios


Tour de France 2021: Matej Mohoric wins stage seven as Mathieu van der Poel extends overall lead

Slovenia's Matej Mohoric takes a fine solo victory on stage seven of the Tour de France as Mathieu van der Poel extends his lead in the yellow jersey.
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EU President Slovenia Aims for Special EU Summit on Oct. 6

BRDO, Slovenia (Reuters) -Slovenia, which holds the EU's six-month presidency, will host an EU summit on Oct. 6 to discuss relations with China and...
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Slovenia Will Be Honest Broker in EU Rights Dispute, PM Says

By Sabine SieboldBRDO, Slovenia (Reuters) -Slovenia will act as an honest broker in European Union disputes over the rule of law and human rights...
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