Yeltsin falls sick again, is hospitalized

Russian presidential spokesman Sergei Medvedev said October 29 that President Boris Yeltsin's condition was "stable," but Western press agencies claimed that Yeltsin is in worse shape than his aides admit. Yeltsin came down October 26 with a recurrence of the myocardial ischemia that he has suffered from in the past and as rushed to a hospital in Moscow. The president's doctors said Yeltsin would remain hospitalized until the end of November.

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News digest: National Gallery prepares for its big move

Kids and pensioners will get tablets used in last year's census, the highest ski slope opens to skiers, and there are fewer fake banknotes.

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A lookout point on the hike to the Babky peak in the Western Tatras on January 23, 2022.

Weekend: Which big stars will gig in Bratislava and Prague in 2022?

As usual, you will also find weekend hiking tips in the Spectacular Slovakia Roundup.

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Bratislava airport

Slovaks often find it hard to believe someone wants to live in their country

Homecoming may also not be easy because of how returning Slovaks are received at home.

27. jan
The Three Borders (Trojhraničie or Trojmedzie), a place where the countries of Slovakia, Hungary and Austria meet.

The Three Borders near Bratislava is accessible again, legally

Visitors will likely catch a glimpse of the largest flying bird in Europe wintering here.

24. jan
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