The killing of Jan Kuciak and his fiance sparked a political crisis that brought down the prime minister
The unsolved killing of 27-year-old investigative reporter Jan Kuciak has sparked widespread anger in the country
Slovakia's Prime Minister Robert Fico said he was ready to resign after a political crisis sparked by the murder of an investigative journalist in February.
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.
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.
In solidarity with night workers, Slovakian PM spent eight hours working a night shift in a car factory
Government is in the spotlight over funding of promotional events as part of EU presidency
Slovak president Andrej Kiska appointed Robert Fico as prime minister on Wednesday
Coalition is on the cards in Slovakia: incumbent Prime Minister Robert Fico labels the general election results 'very complicated.'
Exit polls suggest the leftist Prime Minister Robert Fico has won Slovakia’s election but is likely to lose his parliamentary majority. If the
Slovakia votes in a general election expected to result in a third term for the prime minister, but the loss of the parliamentary majority for his party.
A gay rights referendum in Slovakia has been ruled invalid after it failed to attract big enough voter turnout. Conservatives were hoping to
In the Slovak city of Prešov a group of young people are insisting on being heard. They have set up an alternative parliament and are mobilising
As they do every year, demonstrators marched against fascism on March 15 in Bratislava, the Slovak capital
“Today, the Nazis in Slovakia and all
“In our school integration and inclusion happen every day. One way is to have Roma language as a working language among children. I think this is the