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Delo
Delo is one of the major daily newspapers in Slovenia. The newspaper was established in 1959 from the merger of newspapers Ljudska pravica (The People's Prerogative) and Slovenski poročevalec (The Slovenian Reporter). At present it has the following weekly supplements: FT Delo on economy and markets Ona ("She") women's supplement (Tuesdays) Delo in dom ("Labour and Home") about housekeeping (Wednesdays) Polet ("Flight" or "Enthusiasm/Drive") about recreation and free time (Thursdays) Vikend ("Weekend"), TV guide with additional entertainment news (Fridays) Sobotna priloga ("The Saturday Supplement"), commentary on current events by notable columnists (Saturdays) Delo also publishes a special Sunday edition, Nedelo ("Idleness"; Nedelo is a play on words since Nedelja is Slovene for Sunday), in a smaller and bound (stapled) format. Delo has published The New York Times International Weekly on Fridays since 2009. This 8-page supplement features a selection of English-language articles from The New York Times.

Website: http://www.delo.si

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