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ŽSR rail accused of clientelism

The Supreme Audit Office corruption watchdog said after reviewing the books of state railways firm ŽSR that Sk390 million ($8 million) had been spent in the last three years on building luxury flats, some of which went to the relatives of senior ŽSR executives, and one to the brother of Prime Minister Mikuláš Dzurinda.

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Here's what the across-the-board coronavirus testing should look like

The Defence Ministry introduced the basic steps of the planned testing.

Most Slovaks plan to participate in the nationwide testing

But people are also afraid of becoming infected and organisational chaos.

Bratislava is testing special trolleybus

Public transport should become greener in the capital.

Bratislava borroved the hybrid trolleybus from the Czech city of České Budějovice for a week.