Trump welcomes prime minister of Slovakia to WH

President Donald Trump met Friday with the prime minister of Slovakia. Peter Pellegrini is the latest central European leader to visit the White House as the U.S. works to curry favor in the region as a counterbalance to Russia and China. (May 3)

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‘Eat Nazis, not animals’: Protest against far-right party held in Slovakia

Protesters held an anti-fascist rally in Bratislava to denounce the Supreme Court’s decision to not dissolve the far-right political party ‘Kotleba- People’s Party Our Slovakia’ (LSNS).

Hundreds of protesters marched towards the SNP Square in central Bratislava with banners and signs reading: ‘They will not pass’ and ‘Eat Nazis, Not Animals’



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Care workers cross Europe’s east-west divide

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Slovakia: Zuzana Caputova casts vote in presidential runoff

Zuzana Caputova, the outsider facing the ruling party candidate in the presidential run-off, arrives at a polling station in Bratislava to cast her vote. The 45-year-old lawyer, environmentalist and community activist was largely unknown before she launched her presidential run, but she has skyrocketed in the polls on an anti-corruption ticket. IMAGES

Slovakian presidential candidate Caputova on campaign trail

Slovakian presidential candidate Zuzana Caputova met with supporters on her campaign trail in central Slovakia with the liberal anti-corruption activist expected to see a major victory in the European country’s presidential runoff on March 30.