EURO 2020: Spain whitewash Slovakia 5-0, Sweden stop Poland
Spain earned their first win at Euro 2020 in style as they thrashed Slovakia to progress as Group E runners-up and set up a last-16 tie with Croatia.
Woman Delays Thief With Oral Sex Allowing Police To Catch Him
A robber in Slovakia was caught by police after a woman began performing a sex act on him - delaying him long enough for officers to reach the scene. The man, a 24-year-old Serb, had been attempting to rob a petrol station on the outskirts of Bratislava overnight on Tuesday in a report by The…
Slovakia to declare coronavirus state of emergency
Slovakia is set to declare a new state of emergency this week to combat the coronavirus pandemic, Prime Minister Igor Matovic said on Monday following a sharp rise in cases.
Slovakia swears in first woman president Caputova
Slovak environmental lawyer Zuzana Caputova was on Saturday sworn in as the EU member's first female president, surprising observers...
Slovaks choose change, elect woman president against graft
The election of Zuzana Caputova as Slovakia's first female president was greeted Sunday as a vote for change, with the anti-graft activist expected to provide a check on a government tarnished after last year's murder of a journalist. The 45-year-old environmental lawyer's clear victory Saturday over the ruling party's candidate was a blow to the…
Slovak presidential vote set for March 16
Slovaks will elect a new president in March, the NATO and eurozone member's speaker of parliament Andrej Danko said in a statement Thursday, firing the starting gun on a leadership race that remains wide open.
Flemish nationalists quit Belgian government
Belgium's Flemish nationalist party said on Sunday it will quit the ruling coalition, leaving Prime Minister Charles Michel as the head of a minority government after a row over a UN migration pact. Interior Minister Jan Jambon of the New Flemish Alliance (N-VA) confirmed on Sunday that he and the party's other ministers would step…
Slovak president appoints cabinet let by Pellegrini
Slovakia's president on Thursday appointed a new government led by Peter Pellegrini, whose predecessor had quit in a scandal over the murder of an investigative journalist.
Slovak president refuses to approve new cabinet
Slovak President Andrej Kiska refused Tuesday to approve a proposed new government, insisting a more stable line-up was needed to ease tensions after the last prime minister quit in a scandal over the murder of a journalist.