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The US have invested a lot into our region politically

Now they recognise they need to take care of that investment, says Slovak Ambassador to the US Ivan Korčok.

Ivan Korčok in Washington.

Investigation of Kuciak and Kušnírová murders may end in November

Prosecutors of the Special Prosecutor’s Office also commented on the cancelled detention order involving Norbert Bödör and Marian Kočner's text messages.

Martina Kušnárová and Ján Kuciak, the couple murdered in February 2018 in connection to Kuciak's journalistic work.

Wild boars in the area infected with African swine fever need to be killed

The order is part of measures to stop the contagion.

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Kočner’s communication suggests links to far-right extremists

The decoded communication suggests connections to courts and certain politicians, too.

Marian Kotleba