For the 40 years, Czechs and Slovaks would celebrate February 25 as Victorious February, even though the enthusiasm of most of those who supported Communists in 1948 would very quickly evaporate.
On February 25, Czechs and Slovaks mark 70 years since the rise of Communism in their common state. Historian Jan Pešek talks about the coup and its aftermath.
The new offices will open on March 19. Read more about the limitations at the department in Bratislava's Petržalka between March 14 and March 16.
The prime minister repeated that he refuses to allow the emergence of "compact Muslim communities in Slovakia" as he announced Slovakia will not ratify the Istanbul Convention as a whole.
Kuzmina is the most successful Slovak Olympian.
The essence of creativity and good governance is about finding a coherent story. When every city gets smart, being a stupid city will be an advantage, says a strategic management expert.
Two cases in Bratislava and Michalovce, both of which occurred this week, suggest that police will continue to crack down on illegal employment.
The corruption watchdog says that by 2020, the country may even be ranked among the four worst EU member states.
Mainly the SNS party junior coalition partner was against the bill decriminalising drugs; the ruling Smer party also had a lukewarm stance.
Doctors are replaced by rescuers with lower education instead.
The kindergarten’s headmistress says she may have the H1N1 type.
Successful businesspeople from the village of Babindol who have received subsidies from EU funds worth millions have connections to the ruling Smer party.
PM would like to see the minimum wage climbing to €600 over the next few years.
In general, Slovakia handled the EU Presidency well, assessed the Supreme Audit Office.
Possession of a small amount of narcotics may become a minor offense under certain conditions.
On Sunday, February 18, an avalanche buried two Polish tourists of whom one did not survive.
Type B influenza is responsible for the death of a man, aged 35, from the Bratislava Region.
The Special Prosecutor’s Office will decide on further moves after examining the investigation file.
These are the hoaxes that appeared on the internet in the past two weeks.
Elks once populated Slovak forests in abundance. Now, there are hardly any left in Slovakia.