The prosecution has confirmed that criminal charges have been filed against Lipšic and Grendel. They are based on a criminal complaint from tycoon Marián Kočner.
Žilina regional government ordered CT devices for its two hospitals in 2011, disadvantageous conditions of the transaction alleged.
Deborah Nelson, who won her Pulitzer Prize in 1997, has been reporting on environmental issues throughout her career. Her major report for Reuters, Water’s Edge, was published in 2014 and put a new perspective on…
If we think the ways of the 1990s are behind us we are mistaken.
Germany’s past experience shows that refugees on principle want to return home and do so as soon as their home country is safe again, says Ambassador Joachim Bleicker, the German envoy to Slovakia as of this August.
The contours of a strike are nearing, says the head of school unions after meeting the minister. “Basal March” of teachers is planned to take place in Bratislava this Friday.
MEPs openly say their party is not what the 21st century social democracy should be, but party leadership disregards their criticisms.
By the end of the month the opposition MP will no longer sit in the Slovak parliament. His resignation comes after he was involved in a tragic road accident.
More and more young people seem to be willing to try their luck – and skills – as employers or at the least, self-employed.
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 departure of the UK from the club is important, but not the only topic the EU is dealing with as Slovakia holds the rotating presidency.
The informal meeting of EU leaders in Bratislava is not expected to bring any concrete solutions, but it could at least launch the Brexit-related processes and give a hint of what the EU should be about in the…
There had been a lot of talk about increased focus on preventing extremism when the current ruling coalition was put together.
Ambassador of the Republic of Korea talks about the responses of Korean businesses to the potential lack of employees for automotive sector, the opening of KOTRA branch in Slovakia, and the tourism potential.
Slovak judiciary has still reached no conclusion in the case of the alleged 2006 assault on a Hungarian student whom the then interior minister called a "pathological liar".
British ambassador to Slovakia talks about Brexit, Slovakia’s presidency over EU Council and his love for football.
The prime minister expects the changes to be only cosmetic, analysts agree the coalition remains firm.