Slovaks trust European institutions more than their national ones.
Journalists working with Ján Kuciak described how he and his fiancée, Martina Kušnírová, were killed.
Ivan Bella spent eight days in space, experimenting with Japanese quails.
Former PM to journalists: Nobody harms Slovakia like some of you do.
The reason was the dubious distribution of the state's stimuli for science and research.
No employer can lay off a whistleblower and his/her colleagues, the law stipulates.
The traffic jams and tailbacks due to roadworks were no worse than usual said reports on February 18.
The recent AKO poll shows only small differences between the top three candidates. Secondary school students would choose Čaputová in simulated presidential elections.
The embassy has gone zero-waste. Its employees use no plastic bags and use reusable lunch boxes.
His bank reported a suspicious bank operation to the police, but they did not deal with the case. The incumbent police corps president may order the case to be re-opened.
The court now has only four active judges and has published new work schedule.
Closures of frequently used roads will complicate traffic in the Slovak capital.
Nine parties would enter parliament.
The court will operate only with four judges from Saturday, February 16. What will happen next?
The gatherings will be held under the slogan “We won’t forget! We will continue!”.
His presence at the crime scene following the murder of Ján Kuciak sparked controversy.
He was one of the first signatories of Charter 77. After the revolution, he co-founded several organisations and served as rector of Comenius University.
But why use potatoes if you can join forces to achieve your goals?
Nonetheless, OĽaNO head Igor Matovič is asking her to withdraw from the race.
I have done more for Slovakia-USA relations than any other public official, the Slovak speaker of parliament added.