The resolutions on closing four cases related to the Gorilla scandal reveal that several witnesses changed their minds during the investigation.
The Nation’s Memory Institute supervisory board has requested the Supreme Audit Office to conduct an inspection at the institute.
Trnava Mayor Peter Bročka provided city space for lectures of extremists and had pictures taken with them.
Slovak ad websites publish numerous discriminatory advertisements.
While many say they support neutrality, a majority of respondents view the EU in a positive light.
Police knew about the sexual abuse but stopped the criminal prosecution.
NGOs call on politicians to realise that their statements can boost hatred towards Muslims.
Defence Ministry asked the Pentagon to block access to information about Black Hawk helicopter deal.
Searching for roots of the family tree is generally getting easier thanks to internet and digitised archives.
Frequent Middle East visitors make spa town one of Slovakia's most multicultural places, and incidents are few and far between.
For most, manual labour does not sound like an ideal leisure activity, but there are whole communities in Slovakia where residents are dedicated to spending their free time cultivating plants, constructing buildings…
The Adrenaline Weekend, a three-day event packed with speed and excitement, is developing into a tradition in the city of Nitra.
Bryndza, other delicacies, bypassed customs inspections in transit to Rio 2016.
The police have accused Judita Csörgöová of governmental Most-Híd party for founding a gang which later allegedly murdered several people.
Thanks to the EU passengers have to be compensated for a delayed flight and people make significantly cheaper calls abroad.
Out-dated legislation meant Slovak weapons ended in the hands of the Sicilian mafia and British gangsters.
As Slovak cyclist Peter Sagan has been successful since the 2010 Tour de France, the whole country more and more shows symptoms of what media calls the “Sagan effect”.