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The Slovak Spectator 5h
More and more companies are using drones in Slovakia. However, the Defence Ministry is demanding that companies using drones obtain a security clearance by June 1.
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The Slovak Spectator 18h
In Kysuce, New Yorker Dave Rubin came across a rare natural phenomenom and walked to Poland and the Czech Republic. Listen to the latest episode of our Spectacular Slovakia podcast to find out more about this Northwest Slovak region. 🎙
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The Slovak Spectator 21h
After silver medal in women’s combined and gold medal in women’s giant slalom, Petra Vlhová won bronze medal in women’s slalom on February 16. ⛷🥉
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The Slovak Spectator 22h
On February 16 and 17, The Soldier’s Tale, an animated version of Stravinsky’s musical fairy tale for adults about the age-old struggle of good and evil, will be screened in the Kino Lumière cinema in English with Slovak subtitles.✅
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The Slovak Spectator Feb 15
Tis the season of traffic and road closures in Bratislava. Here are the top five facts you need to know about road conditions in the capital during the coming months. 🚗
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The Slovak Spectator Feb 15
Those who are single and looking in Slovakia can store a "love wish" in Banská Štiavnica's Love Bank up until next Valentine's Day.❤️
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The Slovak Spectator Feb 15
Ostrým Nožom, a film inspired by the 2005 murder of Slovak student Daniel Tupý, will be premiered to the public on February 21. Here's why a film about an infamous 2005 murder is more relevant than ever in 2019.
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The Slovak Spectator Feb 15
On February 21, exactly one after the murders of Ján Kuciak and his fiancée Martina Kušnírová, several protest gatherings organised by the For a Decent Slovakia initiative will be held under the slogan “We won’t forget! We will continue!”
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Michaela Terenzani Feb 14
Today, runs a story of how extremist Kotleba got elected. wrote earlier this week about how the ruling Smer does not mind using the votes of the extremists around Kotleba to achieve its goals.
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The Slovak Spectator Feb 14
Parliament failed to elect new candidates to the Constitutional Court once again. In two days, the term of the outgoing nine Constitutional Court judges will end.😳
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The Slovak Spectator Feb 14
India’s Statue of Unity, which is the world’s tallest statue at 240 metres, was made with a compound produced in Orava.✅😮
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The Slovak Spectator Feb 14
Congratulations to Petra , winner of giant slalom!
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The Slovak Spectator Feb 14
A rock and swing ball, street food park, and Nicki Minaj & Future! Here are the top upcoming events for foreigners in Bratislava.😮🎸
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The Slovak Spectator Feb 14
Petra Vlhová gave a special Valentine's Day present to her fans and the whole Slovakia. ⛷🥇
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The Slovak Spectator Feb 14
The number of foreigners in Slovakia has doubled within six years, and for the first time, the number of non-EU citizens is higher than those from the EU.
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The Slovak Spectator Feb 13
According to the AKO polling agency’s latest poll,European Commission VP Maroš Šefčovič is leading the presidential race while Zuzana Čaputová is closing the gap between her competitors.
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The Slovak Spectator Feb 13
As of May, commuters travelling between Bratislava and Komárno will be riding on double-decker trains.😮
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The Slovak Spectator Feb 13
"Fico is dragging into the sink of Mečiar-like politicians, hurt and furious and above all, dangerous for their own country,"
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The Slovak Spectator Feb 13
"Slovakia has never been as independent and prospering as it is now," said US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo during his visit to Bratislava on February 12. He was the first US Secretary of State to visit Slovakia alone in 20 years.🇺🇸
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The Slovak Spectator Feb 12
Former PM gave up his candidacy for Constitutional Court, most MPs abstained from voting or cast rigged ballots in protest against public vote. Constitutional Cout might become dysfunctional on Saturday.
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