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67% of Slovak prisoners able to work chose to do so, with each earning around €152.67 per month on average.

of Slovak prisoners able to work chose to do so, with each earning around per month on average.

Cheat sheet of 10 incredibly useful Slovak phrases

Cheat sheet of 10 incredibly useful Slovak phrases

Did you know that "Ako sa máš?" (pronounced "Ako sa maash") means "How are you? Here's a quick list of ten highly interesting phrases to get you by in Slovakia.

Migranti aspettano un treno per la Serbia

Migranti, caos in Ungheria e Austria

Two buildings are already standing in the area in fact, and, according to Groma, they could be used for accommodating the "most vulnerable groups of refugees, such as mothers with children and entire families".

The latest Learn Slovak video is here! This week we'll teach you how to get around in Slovakia. At the end of this lesson you'll be able to buy a bus ticket and travel Slovakia with ease.

The latest Learn Slovak video is here! This week we'll teach you how to get around in Slovakia. At the end of this lesson you'll be able to buy a bus ticket and travel Slovakia with ease.

Want to win this new t-shirt?  Listen to the Sunday show and answer the question: http://www.rtvs.sk/radio/relacie/detail/slovakia-today-english-language-current-affairs-programme-from-slovak-radio/archiv?date=16.02.2014&station=rsi  Send us your answer to englishsection@slovakradio.sk and win this t-shirt!

Want to win this new t-shirt? Listen to the Sunday show and answer the question: http://www.rtvs.sk/radio/relacie/detail/slovakia-today-english-language-current-affairs-programme-from-slovak-radio/archiv?date=16.02.2014&station=rsi Send us your answer to englishsection@slovakradio.sk and win this t-shirt!

If you're in the area, why not pop over to the Christmas markets "pod pyramidou" (under the pyramid) at the Slovak Radio building in Bratislava?

If you're in the area, why not pop over to the Christmas markets "pod pyramidou" (under the pyramid) at the Slovak Radio building in Bratislava?

As of Tuesday (December 1) a new amendment to the law on railways has come into force, allowing for people in filthy clothes to be escorted out of railway stations across Slovakia. A similar measure is already in place at bus stations, being introduced following multiple complaints made by the travelling public.  Click for full story.

People in dirty clothes to be escorted from Slovak railway stations

An interesting moment from the past, not surviving to the present.

Ruins of Communist theatre in Slovakia

An interesting moment from the past, not surviving to the present.

Is the charge of "preparing a terrorist attack" fair?

Is the charge of "preparing a terrorist attack" fair?

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