Court working at half-speed for eight months.
Polls make grim reading for party.
I feel privileged. Other people in same-sex relationships in Slovakia might be more sensitive about negative reactions, because they feel that this is their nation speaking to them.
There are more shacks than six years ago, and 6 percent of citizens live without access to standard drinking water, the new Atlas of Roma Communities shows.
One fifth of Slovak teenagers think Roma are doing better than majority.
The young filmmaker who made a documentary about the former PM decided to go into filmmaking after she met with sea gypsies in the Caribbean.
The For a Decent Slovakia movement mobilised tens of thousands after the murder of a journalist shocked the nation. What will it do ahead of a general election?
Threema communication will be one of the main topics of political campaign.
Slovakia marks the 75th anniversary of the uprising on August 29.
Neuropsychiatry in Slovakia is still in its infancy.
Top industry experts helping develop digital skills.
President and PM follow successful satire website.
MEP from the far-right party will sit on the civil liberties committee.
A five-star experience, foreigners say about the new system that will, however, not be available until August 5.
I immediately knew that I wanted to stay, says co-founder of Bratislava language school about his first impression of the city.
What is the coalition situation before the parliamentary election?
Hopes ELA will help tackle issues around automation
We have each others' phone numbers, Kiska said when asked about being open to joining forces with the democratic opposition.
The bridge concept is an illusion, say experts.
Barbora Figľušová, who established a blueberry farm, could not imagine living anywhere else but Horehronie.