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  1. New Greek government causes dissension in EU by moving towards RussiaRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago |

    The sudden shock inside the European Union after the results of last weekend's elections in Greece appears to be far from over as the new Syriza party on Jan. 27 added a new element to their confrontation with Europe by publicly siding with Russia over economic sanctions and castigated the EU for choosing politics over the economic welfare of the people of Europe.


  2. 'Greece-EU clash over anti-Russia statement: others may follow Athens' suit'Read the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Russia Taday

    Greece's discontent with the EU over an anti-Russian statement may give new momentum to other European countries, and make it easier for them to have courage to say "no" to Brussels dictate, foreign affairs analyst Srdja Trifkovic told RT. Srdja Trifkovic: Because it is very difficult in the EU to be the first country to break ranks.


  3. New Greek govt furious over EU 'unequivocal' anti-Russia statementRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Russia Taday

    The new Greek government has spoken out against the EU partners over the statement that lays the blame for Saturday's fatal attack on the Ukrainian city of Mariupol on Russia. Hungary, Slovakia, and Austria voiced similar objections earlier.


  4. We are not a country of corrupt peopleRead the original story

    Yesterday | Nine O'Clock

    For several years now, partners of Romania's, representatives of countries with which we even have strategic partnerships in place, have not ceased to warn us that the scourge of corruption has become a cancer eating our administration and political structures. They are backed by the televised shows the relevant institutions in Romania offer to the crowds.


  5. 70 years after Auschwitz liberation, a survivor remembersRead the original story

    Sunday | The Japan Times

    A woman walks through snow on Sunday near the entrance to the former Nazi concentration camp Auschwitz-Birkenau with the lettering 'Arbeit macht frei' in Oswiecim, Poland, days before the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the camp by Russian forces. Marta Wise was ill and emaciated when she heard the distant sound of soldiers marching toward Auschwitz.


  6. [Locked] Photographer of StiavnicaRead the original story

    Sunday Jan 25 | Slovak Spectator

    THE REPORTAGE and documentary photographer Sergej Protopopov is notable among a small circle of photography fans and he is rather well-known among collectors of postcards, especially those focusing on Banska Stiavnica and the surrounding region. 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.


  7. Auschwitz survivor recalls horrorRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 24 | Journal Gazette

    JERUSALEM Marta Wise was ill and emaciated when she heard the distant sound of soldiers marching toward Auschwitz.


  8. Education minister rejects two new private universitiesRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 22 | Slovak Spectator

    EDUCATION Minister Juraj Draxler will not lend support to the establishment of two new private universities: the A. Ruprecht Technology Institute in Samorin and the University of Economy and Business at an undetermined location. According to ministry spokeswoman Beata Dupalova Ksenzsighova, Draxler chose not to support the A. Ruprecht Technology Institute though he deems the project draft to be of high quality.


  9. Steelcase Unveils Advanced Manufacturing Center in Stribro, Czech RepublicRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 21 | Prague Daily Monitor

    Company Makes Strategic Investment to Support Growth in Eastern Europe and welcomes its global President and CEO, Jim Keane, to its official opening Prague, 20th January, 2015 - Steelcase Inc., the world leader in the provision of high performance workplace solutions, celebrated the official opening of its newly built plant in Stribro, Pilsen, Czech Republic. More than 180 guests, that included media, employees, senior management from Steelcase's US headquarters and local authorities, were invited to join a range of celebratory events that took place in Steelcase's premises on the recently opened Panattoni Logistics Park.


  10. Gold medal for MeursRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 19, 2010 | The Kincardine Independent

    Meurs returned home to Ripley with his medal Sunday night after Team Canada defeated the United States 1-0 in the gold medal game of the Ivan Hlinka Memorial Tournament in Piestany, Czech Republic. Ripley's Garrett Meurs wins a loose puck during Saturday's gold medal game at the Ivan Hlinka Memorial under-18 tournament in the Czech Republic.


  11. Snowy Weekend Expected From Alps to Eastern EuropeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 16 |

    The same storm that brought gusty winds to the United Kingdom along with rain, and even some snow, to parts of Spain and France midweek will bring snow from the Alps to Eastern Europe this weekend. The heaviest of the snow will settle in the Alps of Switzerland, northern Italy and Austria Saturday and Saturday night.


  12. From Vienna to Buenos Aires with Internationally Renowned Artists Jose Cueto and Nancy RoldanRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 14 |

    On Friday, January 23 at 8PM, international performers will offer music from several nations. The concert by two international artists Puerto Rican born violinist Jose Miguel Cueto and Argentine pianist Nancy Roldan is divided into "Old World" and "New World."


  13. Car industry exceeds expectationsRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 15 | Slovak Spectator

    IN SPITE of concerns that the EU-Russia tit-for-tat sanction war would reduce production of cars in Slovakia, the reality exceeded expectations as carmakers in Slovakia managed to find alternative markets. The Slovak Automotive Industry Association estimates that carmakers manufactured more than 970,000 cars in 2014 while the original expectation was more than 930,000, maintaining the country's position as the biggest carmaker per capita in the world.


  14. Basketball: Booker back in town for the MinersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 14 | The Courier

    US import Roy Booker has arrived back in Ballarat and is fighting fit after recovering from an Achilles tendon injury which derailed his 2014 SEABL season. Ballarat Miners US import Roy Booker is back for a second season.


  15. Slovakia remembers Ludovit SturRead the original story

    Monday Jan 12 | Slovak Spectator

    THOUGH he lived in the 19th century, A1 2udovA t A tAor impacts our everyday life as he and his fellows laid the basis for the contemporary language we use in both speaking and writing. A tAor, as historians agree, was also an outstanding scholar of his lifetime and one of the leading personalities of the Slovak national revival.


  16. Police bust of international counterfeitersRead the original story

    Friday Jan 9 | Slovak Spectator

    FOUR members of an international organised group are facing counterfeit money charges, having seen their plans to produce euro banknotes worth a total of 500 million foiled by the police, TASR learned from Martin Waldl, the Police Corps Presidium spokesman on January 8. The men, who are all in custody in Slovakia, may face up to 20 years in prison on the counterfeit money charges. "They were no amateurs," Waldl said, as quoted by TASR.


  17. Gamblers head to BratislavaRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 8 | Slovak Spectator

    BUSES with gamblers from Vienna headed to Bratislava on New Year's Eve after the Austrian capital banned all slot machines as of January 1. Bratislava claims that its powers to regulate gamblers houses are limited. The prohibition against slot machines does not apply across all of Austria, only to Vienna.


  18. CZ's 97 E .45 ACPRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 7 | American Handgunner

    The man was gathering mushrooms. In dawn's mist above Uhersky Brod, he might have been a Soviet agent.


  19. Bending Hungarian Rules: The Danube Bend's Esztergom, Szentendre and VisegradRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 7 |

    The Danbue Bend is primarily a summertime and recreational spot. Despite blustery weather and frigid temperatures, the picturesque and charming cities add warmth to the winter season.


  20. ShareRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 6 | Daily Star

    Sarka Sikova made the sickening discovery when she went to wish her father Miloslav Kundrat a happy new year at his home on January 1 , but found his headless corpse "in a pool of blood" on the kitchen floor. However, worse was to come for Sarka when she entered the lounge and saw the German Shepherd named Bambi gnawing on his head.