Marta Kubišová –the gifted singer who became a symbol of communist dissent

October 22, 2017

Marta Kubišová, one of the most popular Czechoslovak singers of the 1960s
and a symbol of resistance against the communist regime is bowing out with
a final goodbye tour that started in the Slovak city of Kosice at the end

Republican Sládek arrested for campaigning after start of elections

October 21, 2017

Police in Chomutov, north Bohemia on Friday evening arrested the head of
the Coalition for the Republic–Republican Party of Czechoslovakia,
Miroslav Sládek, for continuing to campaign after the general elections

Czech and Slovak museums planning major 1918 exhibition

October 21, 2017

The Czech National Museum is preparing a major joint exhibition with the
Slovak National Museum to mark the centenary in 2018 of the foundation of
Czechoslovakia, the news site iDnes.cz reported. The exhibition will open

Zeit: Those spreading fear of open Europe may win Czech elections

October 20, 2017

Berlin/Paris/Bratislava, Oct 19 - The people spreading fear of open Europe may win the general election in the Czech Republic to be held on Friday and Saturday, the German magazine's server Zeit writes, alluding to the government ANO movement of Andrej Babis, which is a clear election fav

Sayyid Fahd receives Peter Pellegrini, Slovakia's deputy prime minister for investment

October 16, 2017

His Highness Sayyid Fahd bin Mahmoud Al Said, Deputy Prime Minister for the Council of Ministers with Peter Pellegrini, Deputy Prime Minister for Investment of Slovakia.

Gender Pay Gap: From Today Slovak Women Working Free

October 19, 2017

As of today women in Slovakia are effectively working for free! Expert Market has released its annual report revealing the date that women effectively stop being paid around Europe, thanks to the gender pay gap.

Peter Pellegrini opens Slovakia's honorary consulate in Oman

October 16, 2017

Peter Pellegrini, Deputy Prime Minister for Investment in the Slovak Republic, affirmed that consulate will contribute in boosting bilateral relations and cooperation between the two friendly countries.

Orbán, Fico lay cornerstone for new bridge at Komárom

October 18, 2017

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and his Slovak counterpart Robert Fico laid the cornerstone Tuesday for a new bridge spanning the river Danube between the Hungarian town of Komárom and Slovakiaʼs Komárno. The cost of the bridge is EUR 91.2 million.

Why bother about mastering photography?

October 14, 2017

This weeks newsletter is the weekend edition. That was not planned, but some network equipment at an Internet provider in Austria, where I am located right now, decided to give up and take a long, maybe well-earned rest.

'Morning Joe' host Scarborough officially leaves GOP

October 14, 2017

The "Morning Joe" anchor said on Twitter on Thursday that he became an independent and he added a picture of himself with an elections official in New Canaan, Connecticut, smiling while holding a form.

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