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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.
Slovakian MPs condemn WWII deportation of Jews to Nazi Germany
Lawmakers have also asked for the forgiveness of Holocaust survivors and relatives.
Watch: Slovakia's ex-PM arrested on camera for alleged COVID breach
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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.
Slovakian President slams MP for Facebook post about her daughter
Independent MP Tomáš Taraba has been accused of "attacking" the daughter of President Zuzana Čaputová on Facebook.
Third consecutive Slovakian police chief resigns over legal action
Slovakia's police chief has announced that he will resign after he was accused of abuse of power and obstruction of justice.
After low demand, Slovakia delivers its last doses of Sputnik V
The decision to use Sputnik V divided Slovakian politics and led to the resignation of former prime minister Igor Matovič.
Pressure mounts on Slovakia's PM to quit after two ministers resign
Slovakia's political crisis was sparked by the secret purchase of Russia's Sputnik V vaccine.
Slovakia's Sputnik V crisis deepens as PM says he's willing to resign
The decision to buy vaccines from Moscow before their approval by the European Union had generated a political crisis in Slovakia's ruling coalition.
Slovakia's health minister quits over buying Russia's COVID-19 vaccine
He resigned to avoid Slovakia's ruling coalition crumbling apart.
Slovakia far right leader jailed for four years over Nazi symbols
People’s Party Our Slovakia, whose members use Nazi salutes and want Slovakia out of the European Union and NATO, was the fourth-most popular party in the country in February’s parliamentary elections.
Jan Kuciak murder: The crime and trial that shook Slovakia to its core
The alleged mastermind of the assassination of investigative journalist Jan Kuciak is expected on September 3. What impact has the murder and subsequent trial had on Slovakia?
Slovakia's anti-corruption opposition party wins election
The centre-right opposition Ordinary People party claimed victory in the parliamentary election in Slovakia. According to nearly complete results released by the Statistics Office early Sunday, the Ordinary People group captured 25% of the vote.
Will Slovakia's pro-European surge continue in Saturday's election?
All you need to know to understand Slovakia's pivotal parliamentary poll on Saturday.
Czechoslovakia's Velvet Revolution 30 years on
This weekend marks the 30th anniversary of the Velvet Revolution. Hundreds of thousands of Czechoslovakian citizens took part in peaceful protests, demanding the end of the communist regime. It took only a few weeks before the ruling party surrendered and democracy was installed in the country.
Zuzana Caputova sworn in as Slovakia's first female president
The anti-corruption campaigner has vowing to fight impunity and boost justice after the shock murder of a journalist last year.
How EU elections have seen far right rise in Slovakian politics
Slovakia’s far right have been edging upwards in the polls, with around 14% of the vote, only 5% behind the ruling social-conservative Direction-Social Democracy (Smer-SD) party.
Is your national anthem a criminal record? It could be in Slovakia after law voted in 'by mistake'
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.
Liberal lawyer becomes Slovakia's first female president
Anti-corruption lawyer Zuzana Caputova was propelled to power by revolt over the murder of a journalist.
Slovakia prepares to elect liberal lawyer as first female president
The lawyer and anti-graft campaigner, Zuzana Caputova, is set to win Slovakia's presidential election.
Slovakia told to make more progress on anti-corruption reforms
Slovakia has until the end of the year to submit a report regarding the implementation of anti-corruption measures, the Council of Europe's Group of States Against Corruption (GRECO) said on Tuesday.
Slovaks remember slayed journalist Jan Kuciak and renew justice calls
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.
One year on: how has journalist Jan Kuciak’s murder changed Slovakia?
The murder sent shockwaves through Slovakia and sparked the biggest street protests since the Velvet Revolution in 1989.
'We want a decent Slovakia,' demand protesters in Bratislava
Protesters used the anniversary of communism’s fall to call for change to Slovakia’s political culture.
Prague Spring at 50: what happened and what is its legacy?
It's 50 years since a Russia-led invasion of what was then Czechoslovakia put down an liberal uprising called the Prague Spring.
Thousands of Slovaks take to the streets protesting over corruption. There have been regular demonstrations since the murder of a journalist in February
The killing of Jan Kuciak and his fiance sparked a political crisis that brought down the prime minister