Macron confident of - posted' workers deal after meeting Romanian president

August 28, 2017

French President Emmanuel Macron gestures while delivering a speech during a joint news conference with his Romanian counterpart, Klaus Iohannis, in Bucharest, August 24.

Hungarian monument to Jewish Holocaust victims smashed

August 29, 2017

At least three marble plates signifying Jewish headstones were smashed Sunday in Balf, a town located 120 miles west of Budapest, the Jewish weekly Szombat reported Monday. The monument, which comprises dozens of marble tablets in the shape of headstones, was unveiled in 2008.

Commission to review funds for anti-Roma discrimination

August 30, 2017

The European Commission will "brutally" review whether EU funding for anti-discrimination programmes is wasted, as part of its renewed efforts to make sure a new strategy for protecting Roma populations after 2020 actually works.

Czech Republic under EC scrutiny over discrimination of Roma children

August 30, 2017

The European Commission is to come to a decision in the autumn as to
whether to take the infringement proceedings launched against the Czech
Republic, Slovakia and Hungary over discrimination of Romany children in

Deputy PM Ciolacu in Slovakia: Romania, as an EU member state, wants more solidarity and unity

August 30, 2017

Romania, as a member state of the European Union, wants more solidarity and unity, Romanian Deputy Prime Minister Marcel Ciolacu said on Tuesday at the ceremonies in Slovakia dedicated to the Slovak National Uprising.

Slovakia commemorates anniversary of national uprising during WWII

August 30, 2017

Slovakia commemorates the 73rd anniversary of the Slovak National Uprising during WWII. The main ceremony was held on Tuesday in Banska Bystrica in central Slovakia where uprising started on Aug. 29, 1944.

Macron confident of 'posted' workers deal after meeting Romanian president

August 24, 2017

French President Emmanuel Macron got lukewarm support from Romania on Thursday for his push to tighten EU rules over the employment abroad of workers from low-pay countries, but enough for him to express confidence of a deal by year-end.

Slovakian Black Comedy 'The Teacher' At Cinestudio

August 28, 2017

The Slovakian film "The Teacher," based on an incident in the childhood of screenwriter Petr Jarchovsky, stars Zuzana Maurery as a ruthless teacher at a middle school in Bratislava.

Prime minister highlights dialogue with Germany as key tool to good relations

August 28, 2017

Czech Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka has described ongoing strategic
dialogue between the Czech Republic and Germany as a key tool for good
relations in central Europe, only then mentioning cooperation between

Prime minister highlights dialogue with Germany as key tool in good relations

August 28, 2017

Czech Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka has described ongoing strategic
dialogue between the Czech Republic and Germany as a key tool for good
relations in central Europe, only then mentioning cooperation between

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