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“We managed to gather 10,000 people on May 1 without media support but nobody noticed. Now the media organise an event and everybody is ecstatic, calling it a big event.”

The June 5 anti-corruption march in BratislavaThe June 5 anti-corruption march in Bratislava (Source: SME)

PM Robert Fico comments on the second anti-corruption march held in three Slovak cities on June 5.

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Police had to pacify protesters who tried to block the road near the Presidential Palace.

Dozens of protesters gathered in the capital, police intervene against attempts to block roads

Minor incidents occurred beneath pouring rain in Bratislava during protests against pandemic measures and vaccination.


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Prϋger-Wallner garden is combination of wild and maintained greenery.

Forgotten Bratislava garden restored to reveal unique habitat and rich history

City plans to continue works as Prϋger-Wallner garden opened daily.


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Slovak Speaker of Parliament Boris Kollár meets his Hungarian counterpart,László Kövér, in Budapest June 30, 2020.

Korčok to Hungarian representation: Weigh your words, do not disturb the reconciliation

Hungarian parliament's speaker spoke of past sins that Hungarians have not forgiven during a ceremony in south-west Slovakia.


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