Tank unit is a renewed priority as are new strategies to deal with cyber warfare.
Five out of the seven companies linked to auntie Anka still have contracts with VšZP
Police accused one of them of fraud, second of duress and blackmail.
Though Slovakia is among Europe's least invested in R&D, authorities now propose to take yet more money Academy of Sciences.
Slovak police still are still searching for former officer of the Slovak Intelligence Service (SIS) and former police officer, Ľuboš Kosík, who was sentenced by the Supreme Court at end of June to 14 years in prison…
A symbol of procrastination by the Slovak judiciary, no judge has ever been held responsible or sanctioned.
Hailstorms are forecast for most of Slovakia on Thursday, July 28.
Within the fight against corruption in Slovak health care, two patients of the former senior doctor at the Urology Department of Skalica Hospital who is charged with receiving a bribe, face also a suit for bribing…
The Supreme Court released official salary documents showing that he signed off on €113,000, and his response doesn't add up.
A new nursing department was established at the Health Ministry in June and will be headed by the so-called Ministerial Nurse as of August 1.
After a one-year break, the Rainbow (Dúhový) Pride returns to the streets of the Slovak capital on July 30, with the goal to make life partnership available for all.
The number of marriages ending in divorce in Slovakia has continuously declined since 2008.
Rescuers tried to resuscitate the tourist below the ridge, but with no success.
Prosecutor of the Special Prosecutor’s Office Vasiľ Špirko was supervising the investigation of the current case related to the Interior Minister.
The five “rebels” criticising incumbent chairman of the coalition party Sieť, Radoslav Procházka, now have a clear idea about who should replace him.
Unlike the previous case, security guards caught the man right after he overcame the fence.
In Prešov more than 300 rallied against Fico and Kaliňák.
A brown bear escaped from the enclosure on July 21 morning and got close to visitors.
Anti-corruption advocates argue that new measures don’t go far enough.
Long term problematic districts of Bratislava dropped out of the most dangerous zone.