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It is an important result for stability and security in Europe, said Slovak President Andrej Kiska in reaction to the result of the general election in Germany which took place last weekend.
Thousands of people are expected to take part in the anti-corruption march organized by students in downtown Bratislava on Monday. It is the third in a series of protests which started in spring 2017.
The European Commission has no intention of taking any EU funds away from Slovakia in response to the recent problematic call for proposals towards science and research, said Education Minister Martina ...
Approximately a third of low income households in Slovakia are overcrowded and do not meet standards, wrote SITA, citing Eurostat on Monday.
Slovak road cyclist Peter Sagan become the first cyclist in history to win three consecutive World Championships. On Sunday, in Bergen, Norway, he was in the middle of the peloton throughout the entire ...
New York Times used a Slovak village as a positive example of work with the Roma minority and its coexistence with remaining residents.
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