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    Yesterday | Daily Star

    Cops arrested Lukas on suspicion of murdering the pensioner and stashing her body in his fridge in Kosice, eastern Slovakia. And Pavol Valko, 59, who lives next door said: "We kept telling him to do something with the smell coming from his flat, but he did not want me to enter the apartment."

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  2. 'I wasn't afraid to die. It wasn't about me': ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Raw Story

    Suzanna Brau, who experienced the horrors of the Holocaust, holds a photo of herself and her sister Agi during an interview with AFP in Shoresh, a small village west of Jerusalem on April 14, 2015 Suzanna Braun, who experienced the horrors of the Holocaust and defied death at least three times, believes she survived because of her determination to save her sister - and some divine intervention. Suzanna was just two weeks shy of 16 when she, her sister Agi and her parents were rounded up in their hometown of Kosice, in what is now Slovakia, and sent to the Nazi death camp Auschwitz-Birkenau.

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  3. Uranium deposit not to be probedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Slovak Spectator

    This is the result from the April 16 decision by the Environment Ministry which said it stopped the decade-long dispute between the company that wanted to probe the locality and environmental activists who opposed doing so. "With this decision, the time that has been traumatising the whole of Slovakia and inhabitants of Kosice and the nearby villages for the entire decade ends," Environment Minister Peter Ziga told the press, as quoted by the TASR newswire.

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  4. European police coordinate speed checks on roadwaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 16 | Slovak Spectator

    AS MANY as 22 European countries, including Slovakia, measured car speeds in locations recommended by citizens on April 16 as a part of preventive event called the Speed Enforcement Marathon, the Sme daily reports. All involved countries in the action are members of the European Traffic Police Network .

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  5. Famed migrating eagle Anicka Europe-boundRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 16 | Slovak Spectator

    FAMED Slovak eagle Anicka, whose daily life has resembled a soap opera in recent years, is en route to her home country. She stayed in Uganda for an extraordinary long time this year, probably because of bad weather, according to Tatra National Park website.

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  6. Foreigners recite Slovak poemRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 16 | Slovak Spectator

    AS PART of efforts to draw people to the April 23-30 Fjuzn festival a group of foreigners recited the Slovak poem 'Mor Ho!' in a video invitation. The festival, which opens the issues of migration and integration, celebrates its 10th anniversary.

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  7. Defying death in the Holocaust for a sisterRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 15 | Bangkok Post

    Suzanna Braun, who experienced the horrors of the Holocaust and defied death at least three times, believes she survived because of her determination to save her sister -- and some divine intervention. Suzanna Brau, who experienced the horrors of the Holocaust, holds a photo of herself and her sister Agi during an interview with AFP in Shoresh, a small village west of Jerusalem on April 14, 2015 Suzanna was just two weeks shy of 16 when she, her sister Agi and her parents were rounded up in their hometown of Kosice, in what is now Slovakia, and sent to the Polish death camp Auschwitz-Birkenau.

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  8. How Two Sisters' Love Helped Them Survive AuschwitzRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 15 | National Geographic

    Rena Kornreich and her younger sister, Danka, grew up in the village of Tylicz, Poland. This shot was taken in Holland in 1945, after their liberation from Auschwitz.

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  9. Gambling, slot machines can spur addictionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Slovak Spectator

    THERE were three pubs with slot machines in Madunice village in western Slovakia. Whole Roma families regularly gathered in front of them waiting for head of the family to bring some money and many lost all of their monthly welfare in a matter of days -- until the machines were banned.

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  10. Controversy around uranium deposit near Kosice continues, no end in sightRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Slovak Spectator

    THE LOCALITY of KuriA kovA near KoA ice is among the allegedly best global deposits of uranium; however, it lies close to the second-biggest Slovak city of KoA ice, and its weekend and holiday destination JahodnA . Thus environmentalists and local inhabitants launched the biggest environmental petition in the country between 2005 and 2009, singed by more than 113,000 people.

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  11. Airline boosts visitor rate in TatrasRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 13 | Slovak Spectator

    THE FIRST season of a flight connection between the Slovak city of Poprad, lying under the foot of the Tatra mountains, and the Latvian capital of Riga has positively impacted the number of visitors to both the High and Low Tatras. The new flight route has been most used by Latvians, Estonians and Russians, but the numbers of Finns and Swedes has also increased.

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  12. Report Published: "Chilled Processed Food in Turkey"Read the original story

    Monday Apr 13 | PR-inside.com

    Euromonitor International's Chilled Processed Food in Turkey report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level. It provides the latest retail sales data 2010-2014, allowing you to identify the sectors driving growth.

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  13. Mixed results in Slovak air travelRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 12 | Slovak Spectator

    THE TWO biggest airports in Slovakia, in Bratislava and Kosice, saw opposite developments last year. While air traffic stagnated in the capital, Kosice was one of the five fastest growing airports in Europe last year.

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  14. Report Published: "Slovakia Industrial Construction: Market Update"Read the original story

    Saturday Apr 11 | PR-inside.com

    This report is the result of Timetric's extensive market research covering the industrial construction market in Slovakia. It contains detailed data on market dynamics along with latest industry happenings, industry players and happening projects in Slovakia.

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    Friday Apr 10 | Daily Star

    The incident was spotted by thousands of people across Eastern Europe as the large space rock split into hundreds of pieces in the sky. He said: "I was driving my car when I spotted something amazing up in the sky.

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  16. Communist supporters boo Kiska at WWII eventRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 9 | Slovak Spectator

    MOST of people, who attended commemoration of 6,845 men and women buried at the Slavin War Memorial on April 4, the day when Bratislava was liberated, came with civic association Chart 2015, which is close to the communist party. Russian Foreign Affairs Minister Sergei Lavrov, Slovak President Andrej Kiska, representatives of the Slovak government including Prime Minister Robert Fico, World War II veterans and others commemorated the liberation of Bratislava at the event.

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  17. Study highlights Slovakia's aging populationRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 9 | Slovak Spectator

    THOUGH Slovakia is now among the three youngest countries of the European Union, it is on pace to become one of the oldest nations by 2060. One of the most distinctive features of demographic development in Slovakia in past two decades is that the population is ageing in all country's districts and most of the municipalities.

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  18. US Embassy marks International Roma Day with football matchRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 8 | Slovak Spectator

    ON INTERNATIONAL Roma Day, April 8, two unusual football teams met in Bratislava in a friendly match organised by the US Embassy to Slovakia to mark the occasion. The game featured a team of players from among the Embassy staff and their rivals - young Roma football players from a village called Cicava, in the Vranov nad Toplou district in Presov region.

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  19. Some Roma do not know they celebrateRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 8 | Slovak Spectator

    ONLY 14 of 20 young Roma addressed by the Sme daily knew that April 8 is celebrated as the International Roma Day. Though this date is recognised across the world, only some Roma commemorate it in Slovakia.

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  20. Roma allege police brutality in eastern Slovak villageRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 7 | Slovak Spectator

    BRUISED and wounded legs and backs were on full display for television cameras the day before Easter as a group of Roma from the eastern-Slovak village of Vrbnica complained of an inappropriate police raid. The police intervention in the settlemen near Michalovce, allegedly left 15 people injured.

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