The three defendants in the 2004 murder of Peter Čongrády were refused their appeals and sentenced to many years in prison.
Scientist Robert Mistrík would have been elected president if the election had taken place on the break of August and September 2018. There are small differences among the candidates, though.
Statistics published on the World Suicide Prevention Day show that last year the number of suicides in the country fell, committed mostly by men and under the influence of alcohol or addictive drugs.
The former concentration camp has served as Holocaust Museum since 2016.
However, some bikes have already been destroyed by vandals.
The new Spolu (Together) party also fell in popularity.
Marek Liška has written textbooks in a language close to students. He now plans to introduce them to Slovak schools.
Initially, 70 stations and 550 bicycles will be at the public's disposal.
Like the majority of Europeans, Slovaks have voted to stop the time change.
The final agreement with Slovakia might be signed until the end of this year, head of Lockheed Marin said in an interview.
Jews deported to the extermination camps during WWII were remembered with the reading of names from deportation lists in Bratislava.
Unemployment rate is low maybe in Slovakia, but it does not apply to Roma community.
Chairman of the ruling Smer party, Robert Fico, has promised free lunches for all pupils of primary schools and the last grades of nursery schools.
The ceremonial Reading of the Names of Holocaust Victims takes place this Wednesday, September 5.
The centenary of the adoption of the Declaration of the Slovak Nation prompted MPs of the Constitutional and Legal Affairs Committee to make October 30, 2018 a one-time holiday.
Foreigners living in Slovakia can influence the results of the upcoming municipal elections. Here is what you need to know before visiting a polling station.
Overall, less crimes were committed this year compared to recent years.
Unlike some other state holidays, Constitution Day was even attended by ex-prime minister Robert Fico.
The story of a young girl who won a run back in June – in ballerina shoes – went viral on Facebook.
Drivers should prepare for more traffic hold-ups.