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  1. Draft budget sparks debateRead the original story

    Yesterday | Slovak Spectator

    FREE trains for students and seniors or wages for scientists? Which is more important? Prime Minister Robert Fico's government has made their choice as students and pensioners are set to travel for free, a decision that will cost the state budget about 13 million, a number similar to the sum by which the state is going to reduce the budget of Slovakia's biggest scientific institution, the Slovak Academy of Sciences for 2015. The scientists are letting it be known they are none too happy with the decision.

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  2. [Locked] Boarding house in High Tatras was destroyed by fireRead the original story

    Yesterday | Slovak Spectator

    THE LIMBA guest house in Tatranska Kotlina in the Presov region was engulfed by fire earlier on October 10, with Adrian Tropp of the District Headquarters of the Fire and Rescue Corps in Poprad confirming that the fire was immense. If you want to access the rest of this article, and all other premium content on websites that are part of the PIANO system, you can do so by subscribing to PIANO for only 1,39 euro a week.

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  3. Couple tortured daughter to death then hid corpse in apartment for...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Mirror.co.uk

    The five-year-old girl's mummified body was only discovered after bailiffs evicted the mum and stepdad from their rented apartment A mum and stepdad who tortured their daughter to death and hid her corpse for three years so they could continue to claim child benefit have been jailed for 31 years. The heartless pair stashed the dead five-year-old in a locked room in their rented apartment so they could rake in the extra cash from the government and were only found out when they were being evicted and bailiffs discovered the tiny mummified body.

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  4. Humanoid robot provides inspection service with a smileRead the original story

    Friday Oct 17 | Plastics News

    Everyone knows robots can improve production and quality. But no one says they can't show a little personality while they're working.

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  5. Opta Minerals Inc. Schedules Third Quarter 2014 Financial Results ReleaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | Market Wire

    Opta Minerals Inc. , announced today that it will issue financial results for the third quarter ended September 30, 2014, on Wednesday, November 12th, 2014 before the open of the stock market. Opta Minerals Inc. is a vertically integrated provider of custom process optimization solutions and related materials for use primarily in the steel, foundry, loose abrasive cleaning and municipal water filtration industries.

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  6. Slovak Plan To Give Gypsies Free Flights To UKRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | Austrian Times

    A group of local Slovak politicians who wear cowboy hats and call themselves the magnificent seven are campaigning on a promise to solve crime and clean up the area by putting gypsies on flights to the rest of Europe, and sterilising those that remain. Vladimir Guertler, 41, who is head of the Magnificent Seven Party that promises to restore law and order by getting rid of the gypsies with one-way tickets abroad, has backed up his plan with TV spots interviewing gypsies admitting they would welcome the chance of a free ticket out of the country.

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  7. NineSigma Announces Winners Chosen by Cisco in Security Grand...Read the original story

    Thursday Oct 16 | Freshnews

    CLEVELAND, Oct.16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- NineSigma , Inc., the leading innovation partner to organizations worldwide, today announced the selection of four winners in the Cisco Internet of Things Security Grand Challenge. The winners, who were honored at Cisco's IoT World Forum, include a Carnegie Mellon University team from the Silicon Valley campus; a Cornell Tech and Rice University Team from New York City, NY and Houston, TX; an Excalibur Group team from Poprad, Slovakia, and innovators from Aircloak and the Max Planck Institute for Software Systems in Kaiserslautern, Germany.

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  8. Slovakia to mark European Day of Fight against Human TraffickingRead the original story

    Wednesday Oct 15 | Slovak Spectator

    On October 14, the International Organisation for Migration non-governmental organisation has launched the information campaign "Don't become a slave!" to help the victims of trafficking. The campaign runs from October 2014 in the Czech Republic, Poland and Slovakia in regions from which most of identified victims of trafficking come from.

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  9. Beef withdrawal over anthrax fearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 13 | Food Quality News

    A batch of beef possibly contaminated with anthrax has been withdrawn from the market, according to the Netherlands Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority . Almost 7,000kg was delivered to 19 companies in the Netherlands and 26 companies in Belgium, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, France, Portugal and Italy.

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  10. Harabin runs for Judicial Council seatRead the original story

    Sunday Oct 12 | Slovak Spectator

    STEFAN Harabin, who earlier this year failed in his bid to get re-elected as Supreme Court president, is not ready to part from his influence over Slovakia's judiciary and will run for a file-and-rank membership in the Judicial Council, which oversees the operation of the judiciary in the country. Harabin was proposed for the post in the council which he personally ran for five years by 10 judges of the penal collegium of the Supreme Court that he currently leads.

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  11. [Locked] Kosice zoo is the first in Slovakia to breed baby crocodilesRead the original story

    Sunday Oct 12 | Slovak Spectator

    A UNIQUE enhancement of animals bred in the Kosice zoo is, since the beginning of September, the hatching of three dwarf crocodiles . If you want to access the rest of this article, and all other premium content on websites that are part of the PIANO system, you can do so by subscribing to PIANO for only 1,39 euro a week.

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  12. Khodorkovsky for caution in anti-Russian sanctions in PragueRead the original story

    Sunday Oct 12 | Czech Happenings

    The EU and the USA can influence the situation in Russia, but their use of sanctions should be cautious, Russian oligarch Mikhail Khodorkovsky, who was recently released from prison, said at the opening of the 18th Forum 2000 international conference in Prague today. Nekdejsi rusky oligarcha a pozdeji nejznamejsi vezen Michail Chodorkovskij vystoupil 12. rijna v Praze na slavnostnim zahajeni 18. rocniku konference Forum 2000 pod nazvem "Nespokojena demokracie: ctvrt stoleti od zelezne opony a Tchien-an-menu ".

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  13. Czech, Slovak scientists release probe into stratosphereRead the original story

    Sunday Oct 12 | Czech Happenings

    Praha/Brno/Spisska Nova Ves - Czech and Slovak scientists today released a probe into the altitude of 35 kilometres to test the biosensors developed at Mendel University in Brno that may be used in space research, the university said in a press release. Cesti a slovensti vedci vypustili 12. rijna do stratosfery sondu.

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  14. Eleven things you need to know about GibraltarRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 10 | Scotsman.com

    GIBRALTAR are set to play the Republic of Ireland in Dublin this weekend, in what will be their second ever competitive match. Allen Bula's side are undoubtedly the minnows in the Euro 2016 qualifying Group D, and are something of an unknown quantity.

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  15. Czech Forum 2000 to assess democracy development since 1989Read the original story

    Friday Oct 10 | Czech Happenings

    The conference, initiated by the late Czechoslovak and Czech president Vaclav Havel , is this year held under the slogan "Democracy and Its Discontents: A Quarter-Century After the Iron Curtain and Tiananmen." The main guests include Mikhail Khodorkovsky, former Russian oligarch and prisoner of Putin s regime, Belarusian activist Ales Bialiatski and many Cuban dissidents.

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  16. BioEnergy BytesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 7 | Domestic Fuel

    Biochemtex and Beta Renewables announced they have signed a definitive agreement with ENERGOCHEMICA SE for the construction of a 2nd Generation Ethanol plant and the annexed Energy Block for the generation of power and steam. The plant, that will be built in Strazske, Slovak Republic , will deliver 55,000 metric tons per year of cost-competitive cellulosic ethanol while using non-food biomass as its feedstock.

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  17. Hungarian Foreign Minister visitsRead the original story

    Wednesday Oct 8 | Slovak Spectator

    Slovakia and Hungary have "multi-coloured" relations, so disagreements in certain spheres should not be viewed dramatically, Slovak Foreign Affairs Minister Miroslav Lajcak said after a meeting with his Hungarian counterpart Peter Szijjarto in Bratislava on October 7. "It was an opportunity to hold bilateral talks to debate issues like two mature partners, like two EU-member countries. This is how we'll progress," said Lajcak, as quoted by the TASR newswire.

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  18. Slovakia commemorates Battle of the Dukla PassRead the original story

    Tuesday Oct 7 | Slovak Spectator

    SLOVAKIA'S top officials attended a commemorative event marking the 70th anniversary of the Battle of the Dukla Pass between Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union, one of the bloodiest events of World War II, on October 6. President Andrej Kiska and Prime Minister Robert Fico at the ceremony in Vysny Komarnik also drew attention to many casualties from among Slovaks and Czechs who are buried at a nearby cemetery. In total the battle had cost the lives of at least 70,000 soldiers, mainly Germans and Soviets.

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  19. RegioJet has no place to sell tickets in Kosice railway stationRead the original story

    Tuesday Oct 7 | Slovak Spectator

    IN SPITE of the fact that the Kosice railway station is large enough, the private Czech rail carrier RegioJet has no place to sell tickets for the trains it will start sending between Prague and Kosice this weekend, and since December also between Prague and Bratislava, the Sme daily reported on October 7. State-owned railway company Zeleznice Slovenskej Republiky , which owns the building, claims that it is seeking solutions for how to deal with RegioJet's demands. The private company, however, wants to have one of nine selling points of a customer services centre rented by ZSR.

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  20. Prosecutors drop criminal libel charges against Slovak journalistRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 6 | World Press Freedom Review

    The International Press Institute today welcomed a decision by prosecutors in Slovakia to drop criminal libel charges against journalist Dusan Karolyi. announced the move last week after previously committing to review Karolyi's case in early September following outcry from regional press freedom groups, including IPI's Slovak National Committee.

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