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Putin and Xi Jinping stress their shared perception of threat the US poses to their interests

The Irish Times 17 May 2024
Two leaders say Washington is using pretext of joint exercises with allies to deploy land-based, intermediate-range missile systems in the Asia-Pacific region ... How Slovakia’s poisonous politics left prime minister fighting for his life.
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Who is Robert Fico? Slovakian PM suffers assassination attempt

RNZ 15 May 2024
Slovakia is a land-locked, former-Soviet state in eastern Europe, wedged between Hungary, Austria, Czechia, Poland and Ukraine ... The son of a forklift driver and a shop worker, Fico grew up in the small town of Topolcany in Slovakia's west.
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Thousands rally in Slovakia to protest a controversial overhaul of public broadcasting

Newsday 02 May 2024
“They don’t understand that the essence of public broadcasting is to protect democracy, the rule of law and freedom,” said Zora Jaurová, a lawmaker for the Progressive Slovakia party.
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The Goddard Center presents jazz piano virtuoso Justin Echols

The Ardmoreite 01 Apr 2024
The Goddard Center ... After a few short years, his music landed in the hands of jazz mogul Wynton Marsalis ... Mr. Echols soon began frequent touring throughout Europe landing concerts in Germany, Poland, The Czech Republic, Slovakia, Istanbul and many more.
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Slovakia’s presidential election: A choice between Russia and the West

Al Jazeera 22 Mar 2024
This week’s televised debate among Slovakia’s nine presidential candidates often sounded as though it was taking place in Moscow ... list of 4 itemslist 1 of 4Ukraine to sue Poland, Slovakia and Hungary over grain ban.
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Eastern Europe needs a new immigration narrative

Taipei Times 22 Mar 2024
Likewise, the number of foreign workers in Slovakia increased seven-fold from 2013 to 2022, with some manufacturers, such as the British automaker Jaguar Land Rover, relying heavily on workers from abroad.
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Minority Party President Stands up for Slovak Farmers Protesting Today

Hungary Today 22 Feb 2024
Food self-sufficiency is a strategic advantage for all countries, and Slovakia has everything it takes to achieve it, precisely because of the highly fertile land in the southern and eastern regions ...
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Birds know no borders. Nor do scientists

Phys Dot Org 22 Feb 2024
Over centuries, wetlands all over the world have had to give way to "more useful" types of land—seen from man's perspective. The Morava River floodplains, located in the most western part of Slovakia, are no exception.
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Former Czech leader Babis loses final appeal over collaboration with communist-era secret police

Newsday 07 Feb 2024
Babis, who was born in Slovakia, was suing the ... 1 but only published Wednesday, Slovakia’s Constitutional Court, the highest court in the land, upheld the rulings by lower courts dismissing the case.
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Political Diplomacy in Bratislava: Palestinian Foreign Ministry Urges Greater Efforts to Halt Genocidal Warfare

PNN 06 Feb 2024
Ishtok reaffirmed Slovakia's support for the two-state solution, ceasefire, and the urgent provision of humanitarian aid to Palestinians in Gaza ... at displacing the Palestinian people from their land.
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AJP hosts 10 events with over 7,000 registered athletes this weekend

Inside The Games 04 Feb 2024
Other headliners include the Brazil National, which takes place in Fortaleza on 3-4 February, and the Slovakia National, which lands in Bratislava on 3 February. That's not even half of what fight fans and athletes can expect ... .
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Ukraine told to ‘compromise and surrender territory to Russia’

Metro UK 22 Jan 2024
Robert Fico, prime minister of Slovakia – a member of Nato, said that the only way out of the war is for Volodymyr Zelensky to give up the captured land ... Robert Fico, Slovakia’s prime minister, speaks ...
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Letter to the editor: Another view on Gaza conflict

Addison County Independent 04 Jan 2024
Why were we all Zionists? The experiences of centuries of life in Europe have taught Jews that without a country of their own they would always be guests, sometimes welcome, sometimes not, in someone else’s land.

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