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"The blame rests 100 percent on the Slovak side. This is not one of those cases where both sides are guilty. The inclusion of Hungary-hating political leaders and extreme nationalists in [Fico's] coalition cabinet was his decision. If you make your bed, you sleep in it." Congressman Tom Lantos, speaking in Budapest on September 5 about the Fico government's share of responsibility for recent ethnic tensions between Slovakia and Hungary.

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Six people involved in the surveillance of journalists, Kočner paid thousands

People who followed journalists for Kočner are trying to rid themselves of guilt.

Peter Tóth

Is the state aware of the Orwellian dimensions of the surveillance of journalists?

Our paranoias have come to life. Surveillance of journalists is unacceptable in a democracy.

Murdered journalist Ján Kuciak was surveiled, too.

Reinventing the wheel

Bratislava’s current bike sharing scheme is something of a curate’s egg: good in parts.

Yellow bikes are popular in Bratislava

Trump will meet Pellegrini at the White House

The two politicians will discuss defence and economic cooperation this May.

The White House