Janez Jansa, prime minister of the Central European country, said he would support the "sovereign decision of the Taiwanese people" to either join China or live independently.
Slovenia government officials believe anti-vaccine protestors are to blame for recent increase in coronavirus infections.
Health Minister Janez Poklukar said the vaccine's "benefits continue to outweigh the risks," as Slovenia investigates the death of a vaccinated woman.
Doncic recorded the second-highest score from an individual in a men's Olympics basketball game, with his 48 points only behind Oscar Schmidt's record of 55.
"Two out of three of [Trump's] wives are immigrants so like, come on man," host Carl Higbie said of former President Bush's 'nativist' remark.
Prime minister Janez Janša is a strong supporter of President Donald Trump and has been critical of Joe Biden.
The wooden sculpture in Slovenia depicting the first lady was reportedly set alight as Americans celebrated Independence Day on July 4.
While some European nations have already announced plans to allow international visitors in the coming month, others have only committed to being open to visitors from within the Schengen zone.
Slovenia's government has declared the nation's COVID-19 epidemic to be over, with measures implemented amid the crisis beginning to be lifted.
"I don't want to talk about politics," the head of Sevnica's tourist board said.
Viktor and Amalija Knavs attended a meeting with their immigration attorney Michael Wildes inside a federal building where U.S. citizenship applications are processed.
Immigration experts have questioned how Melania Trump gained permanent legal residency.
Balkan diplomacy falls prey to the peril of holiday gift giving.
Locals predict President-elect Donald Trump's success will put Sevnica on the map.
Rossiyskaya Gazeta incorrectly cited Ljubljana's mayor as claiming Slovenia recognized Crimea's annexation.
Ryan Giggs was United assistant manager under Louis Van Gaal.
Rooney was booed at Wembley on Saturday.
A parody singer has vowed to make "Mother Russia number one again."
The country joins a growing number of European nations that have erected fences in an attempt to contain the continent's migrant crisis.
Slovenia has requested help from the EU in dealing with high numbers of refugees.
Prime Minister Miro Cerar sends out a dramatic call to leaders in Brussels for emergency talks.
More than 12,000 refugees and migrants have crossed through Slovenia in the past 24 hours.