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Parents of Clean Day Children: Scandal Has Changed into Political Game

Galanta, September 25 (TASR) - Parents of children placed in the infamous Clean Day resocialisation centre declared Sunday that the author of the blog...

Danko: 20 or 30 Minutes Should Be Enough to State One’s Opinion

Bratislava, September 25 (TASR) - There are only three relevant European states that don't have limited time on MPs' speeches in their legislative assemblies,...

Blahova: Slovakia’s System of Care Provided to Children Is Rotten

Bratislava, September 24 (TASR) - Slovakia's system of care provided to children that have problems or come from a problematic environment is rotten, said...

Lajcak: Extremism Needs to Be Fought with Prevention and Education

New York/Bratislava, September 24 (TASR) - Violent extremism and xenophobia are in a direct contradiction to all principles of the United Nations and they...

Opposition Fails, after Fico, Kalinak Survives No-confidence Motion Too

Bratislava, September 23 (TASR) - Interior Minister Robert Kalinak (Smer-SD) - as well as Prime Minister Rober Fico earlier this day - survived an...

Premier Fico Remains in Post, Coalition MPs Support Him

Bratislava, September 23 (TASR) - Prime Minister Robert Fico (Smer-SD) has survived an Opposition motion for his dismissal over his inactivity with respect to...

Benkova: European Nations Should Protect Their Own Languages

Trencianske Teplice, September 23 (TASR) – Despite the current fashionable trend of posing as very European, individual nations shouldn't forget their own languages and...

Ziga: Concluding TTIP by End of This Year Unrealistic

Bratislava, September 23 (TASR) – It's unrealistic to expect that negotiations on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) between the EU and USA...

Greenpeace Activists Climb SNP Bridge to Unveil Anti-TTIP Banner

Bratislava, September 23 (TASR) – Ten Greenpeace activists from Slovakia, Austria and Croatia climbed up to the UFO restaurant on top of the SNP...

Sweden’s Jonas Eriksson Becomes New EANA Chief

Executive director and editor-in-chief of Swedish press agency TT Jonas Eriksson has become the new President of the European Alliance of News Agencies (EANA) in line with a decision made by the EANA General Assembly in Bratislava on Friday.