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  1. Delays in Cervanova case going unpunishedRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Slovak Spectator

    This month, 40 years have passed since medical student A1 2udmila CervanovA disappeared from the vicinity of the student dormitory in MlynskA Dolina in Bratislava. Her murder has since then become one of the most notorious crime cases in the former Czechoslovakia.

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  2. Danube is relatively cleanRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Slovak Spectator

    The Danube River is a relatively clean river compared with others in Slovakia and the quality of water in Danube has been improving with exception of one parameter - conductivity - according to the Water Research Institute . "All large rivers in Slovakia, which means the Danube, Morava, Hron, IpeA3 4, SlanA , HornA d, Bodrog and Poprad, are in average condition," concluded WRI.

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  3. Jaguar Land Rover: Still coming to Slovakia, despite BrexitRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Slovak Spectator

    Jaguar is keeping to its schedule so far, and it would like to launch construction of a plant near Nitra by the end of the summer, as soon as it acquires a construction permit. "I can say that we took [a possible] Brexit into consideration when we were considering the investment in Slovakia," Wortberg said, as quoted by the TASR newswire.

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  4. Rainbow Pride in Bratislava on Saturday, opponents as wellRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Slovak Spectator

    After a one-year break, the Rainbow Pride returns to the streets of the Slovak capital on July 30, with the goal to make life partnership available for all. It follows the idea of organising similar events worldwide.

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  5. New "ministerial nurse" to lead nursing as of AugustRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Slovak Spectator

    A new nursing department was established at the Health Ministry in June and will be headed by the so-called Ministerial Nurse as of August 1. The person was chosen from the candidates of the Slovak Nurses and Midwives' Chamber , Health Ministry spokesperson Stanislava Luptakova told the TASR newswire on July 26. "The Health Ministry is expecting the aforementioned department to continue constructive and effective communications and to address issues of nurses and medical staff jointly," Luptakova added. SKSaPA president Iveta Lazorova is optimistic and believes that the ministerial nurse will have the powers to change something.

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  6. Young Slovak brutally attacked in GermanyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Slovak Spectator

    The attack occurred on July 24 morning in Hallbergmoose close to Berlin, and the Slovak woman, aged 33, had to be rushed to the hospital by helicopter, teraz.sk website wrote. Her current state is unknown, the website wrote on July 27. She worked as a cleaning lady and on Sunday morning, she was heading home, to Karlstra Ye, from work.

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  7. World Esperanto congress starts in NitraRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 25 | Slovak Spectator

    Around 1,300 Esperanto aficionados from 60 countries have met up in Nitra, where the 101st World Esperanto Congress was opened on Sunday, July 24. The congress is held every year in a different country. This year it is the first time that it is ever been organised in Slovakia.

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  8. Guildford Flames recruit Slovak forward Marek MaslonkaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 24 | Surrey Advertiser

    The 29-year-old Slovak forward is switching from French club Dijon, where he scored 17 goals and 28 points from 42 starts. Maslonka had already impressed with HK Nitra in his native Slovakia's Extraleague and two seasons at Kazakhstani side Arlan Kokshetau.

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  9. World Esperanto Congress Nitra expects 1,400 visitors from 60 countriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 21 | Slovak Spectator

    The 101st World Esperanto Congress will take place from July 24 in Nitra - for the first time ever in Slovakia. The congress will be officially opened by a representative of the President's Office and by Nitra Mayor Jozef DvonA .

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  10. NAKA seizes accounts documents at Mochovce and elsewhereRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 20 | Slovak Spectator

    In addition to a raid that was underway at the nuclear power plant in Mochovce on July 20, the National Criminal Agency was also carrying out similar actions across Slovakia. "The goal of the raids is to seize accounts records that are believed to demonstrate criminal activities," Police Corps Presidium spokesman Martin Waldl told the TASR newswire.

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  11. Oversized sand sculptures in NitraRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 10 | Slovak Spectator

    Eighteen people, eight nights and one hundred and fifty tonnes of the sand were needed for the Festival of Sand. Festival of Sand in the shopping center Gallery Mlyny The third international festival of oversized sand sculptures opened in Nitra on the fifth of July and it takes place in the shopping center Gallery Mlyny.

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  12. Azerbaijan seize historic European Volleyball League crownRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 4 | Today.Az

    On Sunday Azerbaijan claimed also the second round of the 2016 CEV Volleyball European League - Women gold medal match with Slovakia, this time cruising to a commanding 3-0 win to follow on the 3-1 away victory they had recorded on Thursday in Nitra. As a result, Azerbaijan claimed their first historic European League title in what was only their second appearance in the competition, according to the official website of the European Volleyball Confederation.

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  13. The rare inhabitant of NitraRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 30 | Slovak Spectator

    Vivarium of Slovak Agriculture University in Nitra has a new member that comes from Philippines and is the most precious specimen that has been acquired so far in the 15-year history of the Vivarium. The animal is the Philippine crocodile and, as reported by authorized senior of vivarium Robert Kirchner, the crocodile is critically endangered.

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  14. JLR not changing its plans in SlovakiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 30 | Slovak Spectator

    A possible re-evaluation of investment plans of the British carmaker Jaguar Land Rover in Slovakia was one of the biggest concerns that emerged in Slovakia immediately after results of the EU referendum in Great Britain were announced. And even though some speculations that the carmaker had put its plans on hold ahead of the referendum, the carmaker confirmed its plans in Slovakia even after Britons voted to leave the EU.

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  15. Jaguar Land Rover says 'short-term' Brexit impact will not affect Slovak plantRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 29 | Automotive News

    Jaguar Land Rover, the UK's biggest automaker, said the short-term effects of Britain's decision to leave the European Union will not affect plans to build a new plant in Slovakia, the firm's strategy director, Adrian Hallmark said today. "The short-term issue that Brexit presents doesn't change our overall strategy," Adrian Hallmark told reporters at a news conference in London.

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  16. New business centre opens in SenecRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 28 | Slovak Spectator

    A new administrative and logistics base for non-European companies, the D1 Expo - Business Centre in Senec , was officially opened on June 28. It should be used mostly by Chinese firms, with the first one already being established there, the TASR newswire reported. The opening was also attended by Chinese Ambassador to Slovakia Lin Lin and Economic Officer of the US Embassy in Slovakia Liam Sullivan.

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  17. Brexit may hurt Slovakia's economyRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 24, 2016 | Slovak Spectator

    Moderate trade activity between Slovakia and Great Britain means that Brexit might have only a limited impact on Slovakia's economy when economic analysts rather mention uncertainty as the biggest risk posed by the departure of Great Britain from the European Union. "The arisen uncertainty can harm the already fragile trust in the EU, which is not good news for the economic growth," KatarA na MuchovA , analyst at SlovenskA SporiteA3 4ASa, wrote in her memo on June 24. "The drop in trust can negatively influence investments and consumption in Europe."

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  18. Foreigners: Events around SlovakiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 23, 2016 | Slovak Spectator

    Tips for performances, exhibitions and other events in the Slovak regions between June 24 and July 3, including festivals, classical music, concerts, outdoor events and more. D&B FESTIVAL: Trident Festival - This is the sixth year of the biggest Drum and Bass Festival in Slovakia and the first time it takes place over three days.

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  19. Proxy for strategic parks denies suspension of Jaguar investmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 22, 2016 | Slovak Spectator

    Jaguar Land Rover has not been re-assessing its investment in Slovakia, and all works have been done on time, Slovak Government Proxy for Strategic Parks, Viktor StromA ek, said on June 22. He was reacting to a rumour reported by the Sme daily which cited anonymous sources at Reuters newswire. StromA ek said, as quoted by the SITA newswire, that JLR was in support of the UK remaining in the European Union.

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  20. Neuqua choir makes detour to sister cityRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 21, 2016 | Daily Herald

    The highlight of the Neuqua Valley High School choir's nine-day European tour this month almost didn't happen. That didn't fly with members of Naperville's Sister Cities Commission, who have nurtured a partnership with Nitra since 1993 promoting cultural exchange, peace and cooperation.

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