Despite the efforts of the communist regime, people kept Jan Palach and his protest in their memory.
A centre that helps reveal crimes with international links was absent in Slovakia, says a Czech investigative journalist who collaborated with Ján Kuciak.
The centre is named after murdered journalist Ján Kuciak, who pursued similar principles in his work.
The number of people from non-EU countries working in Slovakia doubled in 2018.
Current policies only partially solve problems, observer says.
Surveys show young people are more prone to falling for extremism. A project by several participants of the For a Decent Slovakia initiative now want to change this.
The issues include finding a general practitioner and securing health insurance.
The increasing number of countries dealing with the health treatment of migrants and refugees, according to Jozef Bartovic from WHO Regional Office for Europe.
But several obstacles prevent their growth.
Legendary ice hockey representation captain Miroslav Šatan does not want to completely leave hockey.
Many politicians were surprised by the announcement that Foreign Affairs Minister Miroslav Lajčák will step down. However, some ask why he did not leave earlier.
Queen Elisabeth II appreciates the hundred-year-old Slovak poetry, since still topical today.
Slovakia lags behind in recycling and reducing waste, but examples of other countries, particularly the Netherlands, are helping Slovakia implement strategies to reduce waste.
The new project by the Pontis Foundation tries to motivate young people through stories of successful business people.
A slightly higher turnout and more independent candidates. Some results in the municipal elections came as a surprise.
New rules to fight bureaucracy expected to save more than €13 million and 600,000 hours spent waiting in queues, though entrepreneurs say more still needs to be done.
A programme helps people who fled persecution at home find a safe haven in European and North American cities.
Milan Rastislav Štefánik became a symbol of Slovakia’s patriotism. But is this picture realistic?
Participants in the Duke of Edinburgh programme admit it is important to stop being lazy and do something to achieve your personal goals.