But he has no other option than to appoint her as interior minister. Opposition and civic initiatives are also critical.
A stay at the Danubia Gate Hotel is truly unforgettable due to the hotel’s perfect marriage of modern and historical.
The documentarist and writer, aged 44, was one of the two casualties of the fatal Monday crash between a bus and a truck.
European Anti-fraud Office will look into fraud involving EU funds for Slovak agriculture first revealed by murdered Slovak journalist Ján Kuciak
The lookout at the Bratislava airport is accessible from the Vrakuňa (borough of Bratislava) side.
The ruling Smer chooses Denisa Saková as the replacement for Tomáš Drucker. Her name creates concern among transparency watchdogs.
Slovak rum gets temporary exemption from EU cancer-related ban
In 2011, Nazeeha Saeed was beaten and tortured by authorities for covering pro-democracy protests. Now, she’s fighting back.
Cabinet gave the industrial park in Haniska the statute of strategic investment
Slovak court approves the change of custody from pre-trial to extradition for Italian businessman active in Slovakia, leading to his actual extradition.
It seems that wartime conflicts are almost always accompanied by hoaxes, recent stories show.
The plant in Trnava has been operating since 1993, daily exporting furniture to the whole world.
The vacancy rate in office rate down in Bratislava
The labour minister would like to see the unemployment rate drop below 5 percent this year.
Unlike the populists Macron offers a positive vision of where politics and Europe can go.
Most of them moved to neighbouring countries, consultancy company finds.
In its annual report on human rights, the US Department of State points to insufficient punishment for public officials involved in corruption and to the widespread discrimination against Roma where Slovakia is…
It has raised an alarm about the potential infiltration of organised crime in the Slovak economy and politics at all levels.
Tourists will find many examples that prove Bratislava is a modern capital, catching up fast with its western-European counterparts - and not just in the food industry.
Photographer Šymon Kliman comments on his cooperation with the self-governing region and what they have planned for the future.
We did not use the full potential of the film, Hana Ševčíková said, reacting to a TV station editing out a scene for the TV version of the film.
Nelson Cherutich won with a time of 35:05 minutes, the fastest woman was Hungarian Zita Kácser.
The renowned cycling magazine Velonews lists Slovak Peter Sagan as the most valuable cyclist.
Sagan wins the Hell of the North race after a strong attack, receiving his second-ever Monument title.