They received commemorative medals awarded on the occasion of the 500th anniversary of the reformation.
Liturgy takes place in Parma, Ohio.
Some Polish children at British schools have better results than the British.
They were all on one rope, when the ledge they were standing on broke away.
Justice Ministry suggests postponement to ratification of the convention.
A small cockroach belongs amongst the strangest creatures people have ever found.
Marek Eštok was decorated for his contribution in developing the relations between the two countries.
Despite positive declarations from the government, the American Chamber of Commerce in Slovakia is still waiting for significant, tangible results in the areas of the legislative process, corruption and efficient…
One of the aims of the visit was a mutual exchange of experiences in educating nurses.
A member of the 5th Special Operations Regiment directly contributed to preserving the security and safety of hundreds of soldiers from a number of countries stationed at Camp Integrity in Afghanistan.
Fighting extremism gets to the essence of the US-Slovak relationship, says US Ambassador to Slovakia, Adam Sterling, in an interview with The Slovak Spectator about hate movements, the Paris Agreement, TTIP talks,…
The main task of the US-British unit that was deployed in Slovakia in 1944 was to evacuate downed US and British pilots back to their airbase in Bari, Italy.
Slovakia is one of eight central and eastern European countries participating in an international project to reduce barriers to work.
Kilian Klenschmidt will talk about dire conditions in the Za’atari camp in Jordan, situated close to the Syrian border.
Andrej Danko, the head of SNS, is known for numerous slips of the tongue.
Less than one-third of Slovaks believe the media outlets in the country.
Slovaks see the EU advantages of a higher living standard, a developed economy and the possibilities for self-realisation.
Slovak President Andrej Kiska opened the country’s Honorary Consulate in Split, Croatia – which is a popular holiday destination for his compatriots.
Bruno Rodriguez Parilla is the first Cuban foreign affairs minister to make an official visit to the independent Slovakia.
The Foreign Affairs Ministry welcomes the decision, but the ethics watchdog says the scrutiny lacked depth.