Some members believe Kiska clearly violated the law while others are criticising the committee for acting outside of its jurisdiction.
For anyone looking to spend their summer in Bratislava, there is a great time to be had.
I grew up with the conviction that science belongs to men, said one awarded Slovak scientist.
June 19 marks the fifth anniversary of the brutal and much-discussed raid in the Roma settlement; and it points to five of those beaten being charged with perjury.
It is not rational to behave towards the UK as if it posed a security risk to the EU.
Following Henry Acorda’s horrific killing, businesses need to stand up.
Artificial Intelligence is already delivering a real value for businesses.
Police uncover the largest illegal manufacturer of cigarettes in Slovak history.
One joke got out of hand while a false declaration was used to promote the anti-immigrant agenda. Here are some recent hoaxes spreading on social media.
Traffic flow in Bratislava may collapse completely.
At the same time, they are suing ex-PM Robert Fico, in response to his statements made during the protest rallies in February, citing fear-mongering and defamation.
The organisers of the commemorative gathering expressed their sympathy for the family of the killed Filipino expat and called for an end to violence against women and foreigners in society.
Dedina Mládeže (The Youth Village) was a mere experiment during the communist era. Now, the still inhabited village has morphed into an open-air museum.
President Andrej Kiska delivered a harsh state of the republic address in parliament.
The plant in Nitra is expected to launch production in late 2018.
The New Japanese investor will allegedly open up more than 1,000 jobs.
The Bratislava region already has almost four times more retail space than the European average.
FIFA, may not be a government, but they and the events they put on are undeniably political and embody all the worst things about globalisation.
Apart from the capital – where recently a street conflict ended fatally – other places with recorded criminality are the High Tatras and spas.
Czech Premier Andrej Babiš sues his homeland in the European Court for Human Rights in connection with records proving his collaboration with the communist-era secret police.
The capitals of the Czech Republic and Slovakia attract freelancers, the recent survey suggests.
Richard Simcott has studied over 50 languages so far and will learn Afrikaans and Zulu this year.
Bird-watching towers to be installed at the Hrhovské ponds in Slovenský Kras, the ideal place to watch water birds.
The 2018 edition of the festival will focus on Italian design and the city of Naples through film, music, and gastronomy.
For Lucia Okoličányová, Nordic walking has become her love of life and philosophy