E.U. authorities brace for wave of Islamic State fighters after Mosul assault

October 24, 2016

French President FranA ois Hollande, center, speaks with Slovakian Prime Minister Robert Fico, right, while flanked by Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaite during a European Union summit to discuss Syria, relations with Russia, trade and migration on Thursday in Brussels.

Meditation Conference – Learn to Reduce Stress

October 25, 2016

Join us in this Meditation Conference organized by Heartfulness Meditation Bratislava to “Learn how to reduce Stress” with a practical Guided Relaxation & Meditation Exercise, on Sunday, November 6th at 5PM in Crowne Plaza.

Halloween Camp 2016 in Bratislava

October 25, 2016

British International School Bratislava and Expert European Linguistics, s.r.o. are inviting students of ages 3-15 years to Halloween Camp 2016 that will take place at Peknikova site during the autumn break from the 31st October to the 4th November 2016.

Spend the weekend in Slovakia's little big city

October 20, 2016

Slovakia holds the rotating presidency of the EU, pushing its capital, the "little big city" of Bratislava, into the spotlight this month as host of the Special EU Summit. But there's far more to explore here than politics.

China Flexes Its Muscles in Central Europe

October 20, 2016

China threatens to take action against Slovakia after President Andrej Kiska meets with the Dalai Lama, while Czechs send mixed signals.

Eva Jiřičná, part 2: Wenceslas Sq. “biggest loss” in post-1989 development of Prague

October 24, 2016

Stripped of her citizenship by Czechoslovakia’s Communist authorities
after 1968, architect Eva Jiřičná, then in her late 20s, remained in
London. In the UK her sleek interiors were a major success and she soon

Awards-scandal threatens to blight official celebrations of Czechoslovak Independence Day

October 24, 2016

A scandal has broken out in connection with Friday’s award-giving
ceremony at Prague Castle, that threatens to blight the official
celebrations of Czechoslovak Independence Day on October 28. Culture
Minister Daniel Herman has accused the president of having threatened him

PM: Anti.-system movements gain force in Europe

October 24, 2016

Movements opposed to the European integration and the traditional party system are gaining force in Europe and Social Democracy must react to people's fears, Czech PM Bohuslav Sobotka said at a programme conference of the Slovak Smer-SD party Friday.

Finnish government drops Guggenheim museum plans - PM

October 20, 2016

Finland's centre-right government has dropped plans to help build a Guggenheim museum in Helsinki with state funding, Prime Minister Juha Sipila said on Wednesday.

Homeopathy sceptics stage "overdose" in number of cities

October 23, 2016

Homeopathy sceptics in a number of cities in the Czech Republic and
Slovakia staged a mass "overdose" of homeopathic remedies, in a
bid to prove they have no effect. In Prague homeopathy critics, among them


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