Michael Strank did not live to see the capturing of the island.
Slovakia commemorated the murders of Ján Kuciak and Martina Kušnírová. The organisers called on people to attend elections.
In an interview, Thibault Muzergues talks about the image of Slovakia abroad and the impact of upcoming elections.
The investigative journalist and his fiancée were murdered two years ago, on February 21.
Journalist Ján Kuciak and his fiancée Martina Kušnírová were killed on February 21, 2018.
The two previous attempts to discuss the proposals were marred by opposition MPs blocking the desk.
Activists from VLK have handed 62,000 protest signatures to the Environment Ministry.
The gatherings organised by For a Decent Slovakia will be held in more than 50 places.
If European standards for number of residents would apply, there would only be ten towns in Slovakia. Currently, there are 141.
Plus 7 Dní weekly reporter asked the prime minister a sensitive personal question.
Independence is key in the anti-corruption battle, Kövesi said.
Attention to be paid to election legislation and media independence.
The EU authorities will do their utmost to see those responsible for the murders brought to justice.
The Constitutional Court president will decide on what to do next after February 20.
The session ended after only seven minutes on February 19.
Where does the country stand based on the last published polls?
Former journalist Soňa Pőtheová demanded that reporters reveal their sources.
The series of events that led to the strike started with the firing of a former dean, strike set to continue.
The founder’s victim wrote a blog about her abuse in 2019.
Another video is to leak to the media, Kiska claims.