The couple were gunned down in their home near Slovakia's capital of Bratislava in February 2018.
Slovakian politicians who voted to restrict the law on the singing of foreign national anthems in public have said the result was a "mistake" and that they didn't realise what they were voting for.
Following elections in Ukraine and Slovakia over the weekend, two unlikely candidates have made their way to the top of the polls.
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Anti-corruption lawyer Zuzana Caputova was propelled to power by revolt over the murder of a journalist.
The lawyer and anti-graft campaigner, Zuzana Caputova, is set to win Slovakia's presidential election.
Polls opened in Slovakia on Saturday to elect a new President. A vocal government critic is on course to win after the murder of an investigative journalist last year dealt a blow to the current governing party.
Voters have had enough of the ruling Smer party and just last year there mass protests broke out after a journalist was assassinated.
Slovakia charges man with ordering journalist's murder
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Protesters hit the streets in their thousands on Thursday evening to mark a year since “the murders that changed Slovakia”.
Investigative journalist Jan Kuciak and his fiancée, Martina Kušnírová, were shot dead at their home near Bratislava on February 21, 2018.
The murder sent shockwaves through Slovakia and sparked the biggest street protests since the Velvet Revolution in 1989.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo begins this Monday a week-long tour across Central Europe in an attempt to counter growing Chinese and Russian influence in the region.
Police said the gang illegally imported the puppies into Italy from “abusive farms” in Slovakia and sold them on as pets using falsified pedigree certificates.
Thousands marched to call for the Czech Republic’s billionaire prime minister to quit amid an EU funds scandal.
Protesters used the anniversary of communism’s fall to call for change to Slovakia’s political culture.
Europe must act together to stop the murder of journalists investigating corruption, the sister of one of those killed has claimed.
Three people in Slovakia have been charged with the murder of an investigative journalist and his fiancée.
European leaders in favour of a restrictive migration policy gather in Budapest on Thursday for a meeting of minds, a day after Hungary passed legislation criminalising help to asylum seekers.
The killing of Jan Kuciak and his fiance sparked a political crisis that brought down the prime minister
Parliament in Strasbourg debated situation in the central European country.
Tens of thousands of Slovaks hit the streets to protest about alleged corruption, with some calling for the resignation of Prime Minister Robert Fico.
Protesters march in honour of killed journalist who investigated corruption.
The funeral has been held of Jan Kuciak. The investigative reporter was found shot dead at his home last weekend, along with his girlfriend.
As Slovaks protest over corruption and the murder of an investigative reporter, several key allies of Prime Minister Robert Fico have already resigned, including his culture minister.
Marek Madaric said the resignation was his personal decision, and not influenced by anyone else. He said as the culture minister he could not accept the fact that a journalist was killed during his tenure.