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  1. Referendum: Gabcikovo inhabitants do not want refugees thereRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Slovak Spectator

    A total of 2,603 voters went to the ballot boxes; which is 58.46 percent of eligible inhabitants. Out of that, 96.67 percent, i.e. 2,501 inhabitants, were against, chair of the referendum committee Teodor Bodo confirmed for the TASR newswire.

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  2. Slovaks Say - Nie' to Asylum Camp, Tatars Want Crimea Returned to UkraineRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Transitions Online

    A small town in western Slovakia has voted overwhelmingly against a plan to house hundreds of refugees from overflowing relief camps in Austria, delivering a blow to an agreement reached recently by the countries' interior ministers. Voters in Gabcikovo rejected the plan by 97 percent to 3 percent, Deutsche Welle reports today.

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  3. Standard & Poor's improves Slovakia long-term ratings to A+ with stable outlookRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Slovak Spectator

    STANDARD & Poor's Ratings Services raised its long-term foreign and local currency credit ratings of Slovakia to A+ from A on July 31, 2015. It also confirmed A-1 short-term credit ratings; with a stable outlook.

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  4. Bratislava neighbourhoods want to regulate gambling on their ownRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Slovak Spectator

    BRATISLAVA districts want to have the power to deal with gambling without the obligation to organise petitions for banning it in their local areas, said JA n Mrva, the Mayor of Vajnory, the neighbourhood of Bratislava after meeting with MatA>j Hollan, the vice-Mayor of Brno, Czech Republic on July 28. "We would like municipalities with their parliaments to deal with gambling regulation," Mrva said, as quoted by the SITA newswire. "Each municipality would say by itself if it wants to have gambling of some kind in its area or not."

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  5. Referendum on temporary refugee camp held in SlovakiaRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Big News Network.com

    Our eNewspaper network was founded in 2002 to provide stand-alone digital news sites tailored for the most searched-for locations for news. With a traditional newspaper format, more than 100 sites were established each with a newspaper-type name to cover the highest-ranked regions, countries, cities and states.

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  6. [Ticker] Slovakian town votes 'No' to asylum seekersRead the original story

    12 hrs ago | EUobserver

    The Slovak town of Gabcikovo Sunday voted "No" to temporarily taking in 500 asylum seekers. Only 102 of 2,600 votes cast were in favour of accepting asylum seekers. The Slovak and Austrian interior ministers agreed in July that Vienna could send up to 500 asylum seekers to Slovakia.

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  7. Cooperation with Germany still untappedRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Slovak Spectator

    EVEN after 20 years Germany still remains the most important business partner of Slovakia and one of its biggest foreign investors. Businesses, however, see the conditions for doing business here deteriorating, which results in lower interest of firms to invest in the country, a survey carried out annually suggests.

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  8. Slovakia seeking to lure yet another carmakerRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Slovak Spectator

    THE SLOVAK government is intensifying its fight for another car producer that is reportedly planning to build a brand new production plant in central Europe and hopes that preparing land near Nitra for potential big investors will help beat out competition from Poland. "For us it is a strategic investment, thus also after an agreement with the finance minister we are willing to go actually to the maximum possible extent of state assistance," Economy Minister Vazil HudA k said on July 21, as cited by the SITA newswire.

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  9. Slovakian villagers reject temporary camp for asylum seekersRead the original story

    14 hrs ago | The Standard

    Residents of the Slovakian village of Gabcikovo voted in a referendum Sunday to reject the establishment of a temporary asylum camp to house 500 migrants bound for Austria under an agreement between Bratislava and Vienna. About 97 percent of voters said yes to the question "Are you against the establishment of a temporary migrant camp in the building of the Slovak Technical University?''.

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  10. Gabcikovo Mayor: Asylum seekers could arrive before referendumRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 30 | Slovak Spectator

    REFUGEES seeking asylum in Austria may arrive in Gabcikovo in Trnava region before a referendum on establishing a temporary asylum centre in the town takes place August 2, Mayor Ivan Fenes told TASR on July 30 A referendum was announced after 3,148 people signed a petition against the asylum centre. Based on a recent bilateral deal, some 500 refugees seeking asylum in Austria will stay in Gabcikovo, Slovakia temporarily, until their asylum process is finished and, based on the results, they will either move back to Austria or be deported from the EU.

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  11. SMK party: Dunajska Streda fans beaten up, Kalinak must actRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 29 | Slovak Spectator

    MASKED people beat up fans of DAC Dunajska Streda club after a football premier league match between the home side and Spartak Trnava on July 26 evening, with a Dunajska Streda town councillor for the Hungarian Community Party among the victims. The extra-parliamentary ethnic Hungarian party informed the TASR newswire on July 29 and also announced that it will approach Interior Minister Robert Kalinak to make sure that the incident is properly investigated.

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  12. Slovak-Austrian border development project gets a 89 millionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 29 | Slovak Spectator

    THE EUROPEAN Commission has approved more than 75 million as part of a project to support cross-border projects around the Slovak-Austrian border, European Commissioner for Regional Policy Corina Cretu announced on July 29. The programme includes Austrian federal states of Vienna and Lower Austria, and from Burgenland its regions of Nordburgenland and Mittelburgenland, as well as the Bratislava and Trnava regions in Slovakia. Apart from the aforementioned 75 million, the project will also receive another 14 million from state resources.

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  13. Solo World Traveler, Blogger and Artist Laura Walker Scott Announces...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 29 | SBWire

    Laura Walker Scott, a solo world-traveler, artist and blogger has recently announced on her blog Roam Far and Wide that her next adventure will be the 342-mile European Peace Walk . During the adventure Laura will be documenting the experience for her readers.

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  14. Brandonite Tanner Kaspick hopes to trade the black and gold of the...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 29 | Brandon Sun

    Brandonite Tanner Kaspick hopes to trade the black and gold of the Brandon Wheat Kings for Team Canada's colours as he tries out for the national under-18 hockey team this week. Tanner Kaspick of Brandon, Nolan Patrick of Winnipeg and Kale Clague of Lloydminster, Alta., will attend Canada's under-18 national hockey team camp in Calgary, which runs from Friday until next Tuesday.

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  15. Fear of the UnknownRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 28 | Transitions Online

    It's a striking similarity. Three recent polls in the Czech Republic , Slovakia , and Poland , by three different agencies using three different methodologies, have all found that some 70 percent of people in these countries are against immigration from Syria, Afghanistan, or Africa.

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  16. Roni Size: There will be fireworks at Clapham Common's SW4 Festival...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 27 | Surreycomet.co.uk

    Fresh from Parklife, Glastonbury and most recently Latitude Festival, Roni Size Reprazent brings its drum and bass collective to Clapham Common this August bank holiday weekend. The seven piece band comprising of Roni Size, Dynamite MC, Onallee, Si John, D Product, Jay Wilcox and Yuval Gabay will perform at the South West Four Weekender held on August 29 & 30. Speaking about the gig, producer and DJ Roni Size, who is also the founder and leader of Reprazent, said he couldn't wait to get on the stage.

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  17. News Analysis: Health care in Slovakia still lagging behind advanced worldRead the original story

    Sunday Jul 26 | Xinhuanet

    Slovakia is lagging behind the advanced world in terms of life expectancy and quality amid the risk of a rapid rise in the deficit in the health-care sector, the long-term analyses of the health-care sector in Slovakia have shown. "Our country is lagging behind in terms of the quality of health.

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  18. Nova Bana town hall built of 40,000 Lego bricksRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 26 | Slovak Spectator

    AN EXHIBITION that presents replicas of NovA BaASa buildings made from legos can be seen in the local PohronskA Museum. A replica of the town-hall required 40,000 legos.

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  19. Good-looking boys 'make fathers more attractive' - researchRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 24 | The New Zealand Herald

    A man's ability to produce a handsome child is an instinctive sign that he has good-quality genes, making him appear more attractive, the researchers believe. This is because from an evolutionary perspective, a woman's preference for certain traits in a man provide clues that he can pass on genes that will increase the survival or reproductive success of any children they have.

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  20. Hungarian GP full of memories on 30th anniversaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 24 | Channelnewsasia.com

    BUDAPEST: It was the grand prix where Formula One drivers, including the likes of future champions Ayrton Senna and Nigel Mansell, considered themselves lucky to be in a Lada. In 1986, Hungary witnessed a sporting breakthrough with the first Formula One race held behind what was then the "Iron Curtain" dividing Europe's Communist east from the Capitalist west.

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