'Fear of the Unknown' at National Technical Library says No to hatred and intolerance

February 3, 2017

A new exhibition entitled 'Fear of the Unknown', previously shown in an earlier inception in Bratislava, opened this week at Prague's National Technical Library, focussing on the plight of refugees and the discourse surrounding the migrant crisis.

Bulgaria's ex-PM Claims He Solved Migrant Crisis Entirely

February 5, 2017

At a meeting with the local party structure in Plovdiv, Bulgaria's second-largest city, he has noted the country has the smallest number of migrants in the EU. "Look at what's happening in Greece.

Jan Antonín Baťa always said he put his people first, says granddaughter Dolores Bata Arambasic

February 6, 2017

The Baťa family – who built a shoemaking empire in Zlín, Moravia –
were perhaps the most important industrialists in interwar Czechoslovakia.
One of the best-known members of the family was Jan Antonín Baťa, who

Chambers of commerce plan Danube cruise

February 6, 2017

The Greater Norwalk Chamber of Commerce , together with the Fairfield , Westport-Weston and Danbury Chambers , will be taking a group trip to the scenic Danube River, stopping at Imperial cities along the way, departing Sept. 28 and returning Oct. 7.

EU leaders to discuss migration, in Trump's shadow

February 2, 2017

EU leaders will focus on stemming migration to Europe via Libya in their informal meeting in Malta on Friday , pledging to boost aid and training for the North African countries.

Peter Oborne: Truth is the Eu is more bigoted than the Us

February 4, 2017

This week has seen worldwide outrage against President Donald Trump and his temporary ban on people entering the United States from seven mostly Muslim countries.

‘Fear of the Unknown’ at National Technical Library offers alternative to hatred and intolerance

February 3, 2017

A new exhibition entitled ‘Fear of the Unknown’, previously shown in an
earlier inception in Bratislava, opened this week at Prague’s National
Technical Library, focussing on the plight of refugees and the discourse

Putin Heads To Budapest Amid Concerns Over EU Unity

February 2, 2017

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban speak to the press during Orban's visit to Moscow In February 2016.

‘Fear of the Unknown’ at National Technical Library says No to hatred and intolerance

February 3, 2017

A new exhibition entitled ‘Fear of the Unknown’, previously shown in an
earlier inception in Bratislava, opened this week at Prague’s National
Technical Library, focussing on the plight of refugees and the discourse

Slovakia establishes police unit to fight terror, extremism

February 1, 2017

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