Statement from Slovak journalists half a year after the murder of Ján Kuciak and Martina Kušnírová
Slovakia is not even close to what I remember from my life here, says the Canadian-Slovak photographer.
Slovaks who fled the 1968 occupation tell us what it means to be a refugee.
Slovak-Swiss writer Irena Brežná was forced to emigrate but found a way to fill her life with meaning in a foreign land.
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Tips for the top 10 events in the capital between August 17 and August 26, plus regular services in different languages, training, temporary exhibitions and highlights of the year.
Dušan Tóth, a noted figure of the Slovak community in Canada remembers 1968 and his emigration.
Unique photographs from TASR archives commemorate the 50th anniversary of the 1968 Prague Spring violently interrupted by the “friendly” invasion of Soviet armies – then an ally of Czechoslovakia – and fellow…
Tens of thousands of citizens used the window of opportunity and left Czechoslovakia following the invasion of the Warsaw Pact troops 50 years ago.
Hungarian firms investigated by EU’s anti-fraud office try to do business in Slovakia.
In the long term, the employment rate of Roma is significantly lower than that of the majority, with the main reasons being poor education and low skills, as well as insufficient support through the programs of…
The academy of sciences has been paralysed and its operation threatened, organisers from the initiative Veda Chce Žiť (Science Wants to Live) argue.
Hyperloop Transportation Technologies is working on projects in the Czech Republic and China.
Food inspections found 9.4 percent irregularities in six months
The firm is owned by financiers of the Slavia Capital group.
Gas chambers were preceded by eight or so years of seemingly reasonable people trying to rationalise irrational racism.
We want to know what people throughout the country are optimistic about, what concerns them, and how they view the relationship between Slovakia and the United States, US ambassador to Slovakia writes.
In our fast-changing world, organizations need to reconsider their role in the society to stay relevant.
The Russian businessman was wanted by an international warrant for real estate fraud.
The Law Faculty of the university is offering a new study course – focusing on EU and international law.
Slovak Peter Janicina spent seven years in Scotland. Now, the owner of U Kubistu is using his international experience to promote local change.
Visitors can enjoy lively music and dancing, taste traditional Roma delicacies, and watch young talents take to the stage.
Carriages beautifully decorated this year as well.
The legendary ice-hockey player passed away on August 7 at the age of 78.
Danka Barteková won the skeet competition, while two other Slovak shooters triumphed in the double trap mixed teams’ competition in Leobersdorf.
Matej Tóth wins medal by displaying remarkable effort in the final few kilometres.