The Slovak Spectator spent several days on the Darknet.
Unofficial queuing lists have re-appeared, and some say they have camped in front of the department for days.
The country has accepted only 16 people through its quota system.
Jakub Pavlús moved from Slovakia to the Czech Republic to serve as an Evangelical priest due to his views on same-sex marriage.
By the end of May 2017, there were 44 cases of false alarms; for the whole of 2016, there were 54 such cases.
The Police corps lack a helicopter during car chases and a simulator for shooting from a moving car.
Smer will not permit serious personnel changes simply due to students' protests, according to expert on civic campaigns, Juraj Rizman.
Coalition proposes change to legislation that would remove Ondrej Krajňák from the post of head of the National Memory Institute.
Police have been waiting for promised body cameras since 2013.
Some Roma claiming the mayor of Gemerská Poloma, Miroslav Michalka was buying votes, have changed their testimonies.
Office for Public Procurement may impose a €260,000 fine on the Interior Ministry for avoiding public procurement when acquiring client centre.
Interior Ministry investigates activities of the Union of Anti-Fascistic Warriors.
State lost around €1 million on deal, according to opposition.
Parliament, police and even Facebook are dealing with comments made by extremists of the ĽSNS party.
Protesters gave the government two weeks to fulfil their demands.
The most infamous corruption cases have been halted by the offices of special prosecutor Dušan Kováčik and police chief Tibor Gašpar.
The League Against Cancer helps people overcome cancer-related depression.