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Last Week in Slovakia: Kidnapping scandal disrupts Slovak political scene

Listen to all the headlines from the last week.

Last Thursday, a report by the Denník N daily detailing the kidnapping of a Vietnamese citizen from Germany to Vietnam via Bratislava set the Slovak politicians in motion.

Former interior minister decided to disprove his alleged involvment with a polygraph test.

Meanwhile, the summer tourist season has been in full swing and more and more people have been staying in the country through a shared economy platform.

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