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Here's all we know about the EU deal on tariff-free Ukrainian grain
The deal targets four types of cereal that have caused disruption in the internal markets of the countries bordering Ukraine.
EU-led talks to lift bans on tariff-free Ukrainian grain fail
Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, Romania and Bulgaria have complained about an oversupply of Ukrainian cereals.
Fire and ice: A Slovakian orchard's innovative fight against frost
Workers at an orchard in Slovakia use candles to save the buds on cherry trees from spring frost.
Why are so many Slovaks falling for Russian propaganda?
The Russian Embassy's Facebook account in Slovakia has been deemed the most virulent in Europe. Yet Slovaks seem to like their Russian propaganda. Why?
Poland and Slovakia urge allies to send fighter jets to Ukraine
Warsaw and Bratislava say they are ready to send their Soviet-made MiG-29 jet fighters to Kyiv as part of an international coalition.
188-year-old time capsule found in Slovakian church: What's inside?
Time they say is the great healer of wounds but it only serves to heighten suspense when a mysterious relic points to how we lived in the past.
How is Europe addressing challenges in long-term care?
The European Care Strategy aims to provide better access to long-term care and better working conditions for carers.
'Forgotten' Holocaust heroes help Slovakia come to terms with its past
Rudolf Vrba and Alfred Wetzler were the first Jews to escape from Auschwitz and warn the world of concentration camp genocide.
The 'Good Divorce': Czechs and Slovaks on 30 years apart, together
When Czechoslovakia split in half 30 years go, it became Europe's most successful breakup in modern history.
Vote of no confidence topples Slovakia's government
The Slovak government coalition fell on Thursday after narrowly losing a vote of no confidence.
Slovakia's government loses crucial no-confidence vote
Lawmakers voted to oust Eduard Heger's minority coalition, potentially paving the way to early elections.
Viktor Orban given new scarf after 'Greater Hungary' map controversy
The Hungarian Prime Minister was criticised for recently wearing a scarf that featured a historical map of Hungary's former territory
Thousands attend LGBTQ rally in Prague after Slovakia shooting
The two gay men were killed two weeks ago in front of a popular bar in Bratislava.
Two dead after gunman opens fire in front of LGBT venue in Bratislava
Slovak police refused to comment on whether the shooting could have been a hate crime.
Five people killed after 'drunk driver' hits bus stop in Bratislava
Slovakia's interior minister has described the incident as a "tragedy", with some of those killed about to start their first day of university.
New fears and border checks in Central Europe over increased migration
On Thursday, the Czech Republic temporarily reinstated controls on its border with Slovakia in response to an increase in "illegal migration."
Slovakia on alert after escaped tiger from Ukraine seen in park
The young tiger escaped from a private breeder in the Ukrainian town of Strychava.
Slovakian government loses majority after junior party quits coalition
The dispute centres on populist Finance Minister Igor Matovič and an anti-inflation bill he has proposed.
Poland and Czech to protect Slovak airspace as ageing MiGs are retired
Slovakia has 11 Soviet-era fighter planes, which will be replaced by modern jets. Meanwhile Poland has signed a €6 billion euro arms deal with South Korea.
Slovakia's plan to sell fighter jets to Ukraine divides a nation
Jaroslav Nad', Slovakia's defence minister, wants to hand over the country's MIG-29 fleet in the autumn for €300 million.