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18 Sep
"Here, in this place, the name of God was dishonored," Pope Francis said at a Holocaust memorial in Bratislava. During World War II, Slovakia was governed by a Nazi puppet regime, headed by Catholic priest Jozef Tiso.
18 Sep
Pope Francis meets with Roma in a notorious housing project on day three of his Central Europe trip. The visit comes after he met with Holocaust survivors in Bratislava Monday.
3 Apr
Prime Minister Igor Matovic has pitched switching jobs to resolve the standoff over the ruling coalition's pandemic measures. However, some are calling for his removal entirely.
7 Mar
For almost a year, Slovakia has been ruled by a coalition that pledged to clean up the "mafia state." Its chaotic strategies during the coronavirus pandemic, however, have pushed the country into a healthcare emergency.
3 Dec 2020
Slovakia's top court added two years to the killer's 23-year prison sentence for double murder on Wednesday. The victims, one an investigative journalist, were executed in 2018.
10 Oct 2020
After Belarus accused Lithuania and Poland of "destructive" meddling, several EU countries temporarily pulled their envoys out of Minsk. Bulgaria called for "immediate and unconditional" release of political prisoners.
8 Apr 2020
An ex-soldier has got 23 years jail in Slovakia for shooting dead an investigative journalist and his fiancée. Their murder in 2018 led to national protests and eventually a government downfall.
30 Nov 2019
Déjà vu in Czech Republic and Slovakia, 30 years after Velvet Revolution?

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