Representatives of the biggest investors in Slovakia met with Fico to discuss the local business environment.
An oak of Napoleonic legend was replanted, part of a commemoration spanning several days.
The stop in the Slovak capital of the famous band was part of their Global Spirit Tour, promoting the latest album.
Black boxes will be sent to the US for examination in a thorough investigation.
For the first time since 2008, the unemployment rate in Slovakia was lower than 8 percent.
Vladimír Štrba managed to climb the southern subsidiary peak of the tallest mountain in the world but did not have strength enough to return.
The Slovak Spectator brings a selection of hoaxes that appeared on the internet in Slovakia over the past week.
The atlas is made from waste.
An asteroid bears the name Vladobahýl.
In the map are 46 different objects, illustration, short texts and also coordinates.
“You will never make me say it was a black hole.”
The Agricultural Ministry will not support the absolute ban of pesticides, thinks Greenpeace.
Most cyclists enrolled in Bratislava.
The Slovak Association of Modern Trade points out that Slovak producers are often unable to satisfy the demand of retailers.
Interior Ministry bought two buildings for €2 million more than their real value, opposition party OĽaNO claims.
The Ministry of Education agrees cooperation with Yad Vashem.
Slovakia will send specialists to Iraq to train members of their army in mine clearance, ground maintenance and special operations.