Interior Minister Robert Kaliňák is again facing suspicions that he has been helping prosecuted businessman Ladislav Bašternák.
On March 25, Slovakia marked 75 years since the first transport of Jews to the Nazi concentration camp in Auschwitz.
It is hard to rehabilitate victims of socialist crimes and even harder to punish the people responsible for them, according to the Nation’s Memory Institute.
If the employment rate of Roma matched that of the majority, the labour market would get 150,000 people it badly needs.
There are 203 small hydropower plants in Slovakia producing less than 3 percent of consumed energy.
Special Prosecutor Dušan Kováčik has not submitted any criminal lawsuits in 61 cases he has been supervising during eight years in the post.
Europol estimates that criminals have smuggled around 10,000 Slovak weapons into the EU market.
False claims frequently target minorities.
Neo-Nazi skinhead groups operate like a religious cult, says a former member Christian Picciolini who has launched an exit project for people like himself.
In general, 94 people left Bratislava municipality in 2015.
Herman Schlosser experienced Anti-Semitism even after World War 2 ended.
Also President Andrej Kiska attended the event.
The number of lies stated by top politicians increased in 2016, according to a survey.
Churches and the government have been discussing clergy wages since 2011.
A Bratislava businessman has been building a castle as a present for his son since 2009 without using electricity.
Generally, Slovaks in the poorer regions of Slovakia refuse democracy.
Guide to foreigners' experiences should help newcomers settle.