Spectator on facebook

Spectator on facebook

Slovaks to enter Iraq

Part of the Czecho-Slovak anti-chemical unit based in Kuwait will go into Iraq to help distribute humanitarian aid, according to military officials.

General Dušan Lupuljev from the unit said that the Slovak troops are also going to set up a field hospital in southern Iraq within the near future.

The soldiers are reported to be in good spirits after receiving donations of food from home.

Compiled by Conrad Toft from press reports.
The Slovak Spectator cannot vouch for the accuracy of the information presented in its Flash News postings.

Top stories

Sagan rewrites history Video

Cyclist Peter Sagan becomes the first man to win three consecutive world championships.

When the state can’t keep a secret

A selective leak has tarnished President Kiska’s reputation. But he must continue to speak out about corruption.

President Andrej Kiska

Blog: Why did I come here?

A group of teachers and students from the Bratislava-based school gathered to support their friend, colleague, and fellow foreigner, as she had already tried four times just to get in the door of the foreign police.

Queue in front of the foreigners' police department in Bratislava.

Teachers and scientist support anti-corruption march

They praise the activities of students who may change the current state of corruption.

Organisers of the first student protest, Karolína Farská and Dávid Straka.