Tens of thousands of citizens used the window of opportunity and left Czechoslovakia following the invasion of the Warsaw Pact troops 50 years ago.
Hyperloop Transportation Technologies is working on projects in the Czech Republic and China.
The German side will check medialised information.
Corruption remains to be a problem, companies say.
The Old Dining Room opens its doors in the spring of 2019, but a large community action is already being prepared to take place this September.
The 'wedding swarm' of mating mayflies attracted to the bridge could become a tourist attraction.
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.
The Law Faculty of the university is offering a new study course – focusing on EU and international law.
In our fast-changing world, organizations need to reconsider their role in the society to stay relevant.
Hungarian firms investigated by EU’s anti-fraud office try to do business in Slovakia.
An overview of the events that unfolded between late 1967 and 1969.
Monitoring of the situation and other measures remain in place
HR director Nicci Cook says that she sees women and the long-term unemployed as an untapped resource of the work force for the JLR plant in Nitra.
Seven different stories of German investments in Slovakia.
New legislation keeps a controversial tariff paid by electricity producers
Gas chambers were preceded by eight or so years of seemingly reasonable people trying to rationalise irrational racism.
The former prime minister is just stealing ideas from Orban, joining the ranks of those who destroy democracy.
Our success goes hand-in-hand with the advancement of European integration. That is what connects us, Germans and Slovaks, the most, writes German ambassador to Slovakia.
The exact whereabouts of Quang Le Hong, former advisor of ex-prime minister Robert Fico, remain unknown.
The junior coalition party, SNS, showed resentment over the committee's decision to condemn legitimisation of the Crimean annexation through visits by Slovak officials.
Stories of migrants who returned home are all connected through shared experience and their desire to share the knowledge they have gained abroad with the country that gave them life.
Špania Dolina is among the most visited places in the region.
Slovak Peter Janicina spent seven years in Scotland. Now, the owner of U Kubistu is using his international experience to promote local change.
The Slovak cycling star who has a young son said “It will be much better this way”.
Danka Barteková won the skeet competition, while two other Slovak shooters triumphed in the double trap mixed teams’ competition in Leobersdorf.
The legendary ice-hockey player passed away on August 7 at the age of 78.