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Solidarity with Ukrainian refugees leaves others feeling left behind
Tensions in Slovakia and France highlight questions about the limits of European Union solidarity towards Ukrainian refugees. Can it last, without destabilizing our societies?
Fish are 'suffocating' as river in Europe turns red-orange
The mining company claim it is 'not responsible for the situation', despite the water turning the colour of iron.
Hungary, Slovakia, Czechia and Bulgaria resist EU ban on Russian oil
Discussions between EU ambassadors continue on Monday to reach an agreement to phase out all imports of Russian oil.
US first lady Jill Biden visits Ukrainian refugee children in Romania
The US first lady Jill Biden and her Romanian counterpart Carmen Iohannis visited a school in Bucharest to meet Ukrainian child refugees and their mothers whom she praised for their bravery
Russian oil ban plans like 'dropping atomic bomb on Hungary's economy'
Hungary, Slovakia and the Czech Republic are among the most sceptical over EU plans to ban Russian oil imports.
Slovakian lawmakers refuse to lift immunity of former PM Robert Fico
Prosecutors had wanted to take Fico into custody to prevent him from influencing witnesses.
Former Slovakian Prime Minister Robert Fico faces criminal charges
Fico resigned as Slovakian Prime Minister in 2018 following unprecedented protests and a political crisis.
Europe’s army of Elves fights real-world Russian disinformation
Self-organised and nonfunded, groups of volunteers from the Baltics to Central Europe took on the task of combatting the Kremlin propaganda machine. Now, the war in Ukraine has them doubling their efforts.
Von der Leyen heading to Kyiv to show 'unwavering support' for Ukraine
It comes a day after the bloc agreed on a fifth round of sanctions against Moscow.
Slovakian far-right leader loses mandate as MP over neo-Nazi symbols
Marian Kotleba will lose his parliament seat as an MP of the Our Slovakia People's Party.
Will wooing the Hungarian diaspora tip the election in Orban's favour?
Today, some 1.2 million ethnic Hungarians (or Magyars) live in Romania; 420,000 in Slovakia; and smaller clusters elsewhere.
Slovakia has been a haven for refugees from Ukraine. But for how long?
There are fears that mismanagement of the country's refugee population could lead to a backlash.
Vladimir Putin used to be popular in Slovakia. Then he invaded Ukraine
Slovakia's pro-Russian politicians have struggled to justify their closeness to the Kremlin since the war began.
Russia expels three Slovakian diplomats in retaliatory move
Bratislava had expelled three Russian officials earlier this month for alleged diplomatic violations.
Slovakian MPs condemn WWII deportation of Jews to Nazi Germany
Lawmakers have also asked for the forgiveness of Holocaust survivors and relatives.
Slovakia charges two suspects with spying for Russia
Slovakia's foreign ministry had said it would also expel three Russian diplomats for alleged spying and bribery.
US troops set to use military bases in Slovakia after treaty approved
Thousands of people had rallied against the deal.
Flying car prototype in Slovakia is officially cleared for takeoff
A Slovakian-made flying car has received its wings with its official airworthiness certificate - moving one step closer to reaching the public market.
Slovak flying car gets approval from civil aviation regulators
The Slovak flying car, AirCar, manufactured by Klein Vision, has received its certificate of airworthiness.
Watch: Slovakia's ex-PM arrested on camera for alleged COVID breach
"This is what democracy looks like, ladies and gentlemen," said Fico.
Slovakia apologises for forced sterilisations of Roma women
Thousands of Roma women were forced into sterilisation in Slovakia dating back to the Communist rule of 1966.
COVID-19: Slovakia becomes second European country to go into lockdown
As the country battles with the world's fastest-growing surge of COVID-19 cases, the government of Slovakia opts for a two-week lockdown.
Combating the impact of manmade issues on the Danube River
Smart Regions looks at how researchers and scientists find solutions to manage the Danube River sustainably after it has been modified with flood protections and hydro-power plants.
Slovakia narrowly rejects proposed law restricting access to abortion
The bill was rejected by one vote, as 67 of the 134 lawmakers present in the 150-seat house voted in favour of it.
Europe at global epicentre as COVID deaths and cases continue to rise
COVID-19 deaths have increased by 10% in the World Health Organization's Europe and Central Asia region over the last week.
'Plastics are not that bad': Why isn't Slovakia cutting back on waste?
The Slovakian government is encouraging supermarkets to replace plastic bags with compostable alternatives, but it's easier said than done.