Free daily launched

A NEW daily newspaper, Ranný Rýchlik (Morning Express), appeared on the Slovak media market November 15.

According to the state run news agency TASR, a total of 60,000 copies were available for people at bus stops, railway stations and on the morning express trains for free.

According to the daily's editor-in-chief, Ladislav Začka, the purpose of Morning Express, which will also carry advertising, is to inform people every morning about the latest news from the worlds of politics, economics, culture and sport in Slovakia and the world.

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