Though hard to influence content on individual sites, hosts still face potentially high sanctions.
In recent days, rumours have been spreading in the media and also among the public that a top representative of the National Institute of Oncology (NOÚ) was detained at his workplace for bribery.
The parliamentary summit slated for October will not close roads in Bratislava but there will be some limitations.
The change in the global security environment has its implications, and one of them is a change in Slovakia’s defence concept.
As the ruling party sheds a senior member, the question of what it stands for remains unanswered.
The film was chosen from among 14 candidates.
The escalated, or gradual, strike by dissatisfied teachers will continue on September 29; so far, 2,263 teachers from 192 schools plan to join.
MEPs openly say their party is not what the 21st century social democracy should be, but party leadership disregards their criticisms.
The Health Ministry plans to restore charges for preferential examination scrapped by the previous government.
While many say they support neutrality, a majority of respondents view the EU in a positive light.
Investor plans to launch construction at Čulenova this autumn.
It also includes the outcome of Brexit in the forecast for next year.
Online sales rose at the same tempo as offline sales, while prices grew especially in the latter.
In Slovak, ‘goodbye sex’ is now what a client-turned-employee of a drug rehabilitation centre does to a 14-year-old girl in his care.
The only thing that Fico could have done for Lajčák in Kremlin is the promise that Russia will not veto him.
From departure to return, we are witnessing the birth of new global Slovakia. One Slovak at a time.
Adam Sterling took the post after the departure of Theodore Sedgwick in early summer 2015.
Former leader of the coalition Sieť party Radoslav Procházka ran for the post of additional judge for the EU General Court (EUGC) in Luxembourg.
Slovak President, Andrej Kiska, concluded the national process of the ratification of the Paris Agreement on climate change.
No tents, no sleeping rough, two teenagers and two adults, 900km, 4 rucksacks and some maps, a lot of maps: this is going to be fun.
Tips for performances and other events in the capital between September 30 and October 9, including festivals, concerts, figure skating, exhibitions and more.
The Legacy of Charlemagne exhibition at Bratislava Castle depicts project Europe in the early Middle Ages.
The only goal was scored by Slovak player Tomáš Tatar.
Team Europe had been previously considered an outsider at the Hockey World Cup, defying even experts.