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Slovakia election: Anti-migrant PM Fico 'loses majority'  Leftist-nationalist Prime Minister Robert Fico has won the general election but lost his majority in parliament, partial results suggest Slovak tycoon Kiska wins presidency  Andrej Kiska, defeated current Prime Minister Robert Fico in the second round, despite having no previous political experience Polls open in Slovakia election  Polls have opened in Slovakia's general election, with former prime minister Robert Fico tipped to emerge as the winner   Euro bailout fund faces key vote  Slovakia will vote later on measures to bolster the powers of the eurozone bailout fund, seen as vital in combating the bloc's debt crisis Centre-right opposition wins election  5 opposition parties will be able to form a governing coalition, although Prime Minister Robert Fico's leftist Smer party is likely to finish with most votes Protests over language law  Thousands of ethnic Hungarians have demonstrated, to protest against a new law that limits the use of minority languages there Ceremony marks extended EU border
Slovakia journalist murder: Seven suspects released by police  All of the seven people arrested in connection with the killing of an investigative journalist in Slovakia have been released, police say   Theresa May could begin Brexit process by February, says Tusk Map of Bratislava Slovakia  UK Prime Minister Theresa May is likely to trigger the formal process of leaving the European Union early next year, according to a top EU official EU meeting: Bloc needs 'sober look at problems' says Tusk Map of Bratislava Slovakia
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  The European Council President has called on EU leaders to take a 'sober and brutally honest' look at the bloc's problems, in the wake of Brexit
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  A checkpoint between Austria and Slovakia has been dismantled in a ceremony marking the enlargement of the Schengen area



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   Bush presses Putin on democracy. They agreed that Iran and N. Korea should not have nuclear weapons
Feb.23     Bush arrived in Slovakia  US President has arrived ahead of a summit with his Russian counterpart on the last leg of his European tour

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Apr.17   Underdog Gasparovic wins election  Ivan Gasparovic has been elected as a president in a surprise outcome as Slovakia prepares to join the EU Apr.3     Ex-PM in poll surprise  Controversial former Prime Minister Vladimir Meciar has won the first round of presidential elections

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Sep.11   Pope struggles to greet Slovaks  Fears are growing about the health of 83-year-old John Paul II May.17     EU membership endorsed  Local media put the 'yes' votes at more than 90%

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Sep.21   Poll puts Slovakia on track for EU  Ex-premier Meciar leading, but too weak to be re-elected in the face of opposition from potential coalition partners
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Jan. 1, 1993   Velvet divorce between Czech Republic and Slovakia
  The Dissolution of Czechoslovakia was an event that saw the self-determined split of the federal state into the Czech Republic and Slovakia
Feb. 25, 1948     Communist coup in Czechoslovakia
  Czech Republic: The Communists took power in the Czechoslovak coup d'état, and Edvard Beneš inaugurated a new cabinet led by Klement Gottwald


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B. 2018-03-03 Slovakia journalist murder: Seven suspects released by police Slovakia
2016-09-15 EU meeting: Bloc needs 'sober look at problems' says Tusk Bratislava, Slovakia
3. 2016-03-05 Slovakia election: Anti-migrant PM Fico 'loses majority' Slovakia
4. 2014-03-29 Slovak tycoon Kiska wins presidency Slovakia
5. 2012-03-09 Polls open in Slovakia election Slovakia
6. 2011-10-10 Euro bailout fund faces key vote Slovakia
7. 2010-06-12 Centre-right opposition wins election Slovakia
I. 2009-09-01 Protests over language law Slovakia



    
    

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  Bush arrived in Slovakia  US President has arrived ahead of a summit with his Russian counterpart on the last leg of his European tour Slovakia election: Anti-migrant PM Fico 'loses majority'  Leftist-nationalist Prime Minister Robert Fico has won the general election but lost his majority in parliament, partial results suggest Slovak tycoon Kiska wins presidency  Andrej Kiska, defeated current Prime Minister Robert Fico in the second round, despite having no previous political experience Polls open in Slovakia election  Polls have opened in Slovakia's general election, with former prime minister Robert Fico tipped to emerge as the winner   Euro bailout fund faces key vote  Slovakia will vote later on measures to bolster the powers of the eurozone bailout fund, seen as vital in combating the bloc's debt crisis Centre-right opposition wins election  5 opposition parties will be able to form a governing coalition, although Prime Minister Robert Fico's leftist Smer party is likely to finish with most votes PM concedes election defeat  Mikulas Dzurinda conceded defeat in the parliamentary elections to Robert Fico's Smer-Socialist Democratic Party Underdog Gasparovic wins election  Ivan Gasparovic has been elected as a president in a surprise outcome as Slovakia prepares to join the EU   Ex-PM in poll surprise  Controversial former Prime Minister Vladimir Meciar has won the first round of presidential elections   EU membership endorsed  Local media put the 'yes' votes at more than 90% Poll puts Slovakia on track for EU  Ex-premier Meciar leading, but too weak to be re-elected in the face of opposition from potential coalition partners   Theresa May could begin Brexit process by February, says Tusk Map of Bratislava Slovakia  UK Prime Minister Theresa May is likely to trigger the formal process of leaving the European Union early next year, according to a top EU official   Bush meets Putin




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   Bush presses Putin on democracy. They agreed that Iran and N. Korea should not have nuclear weapons




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2009 Sep.1 Protests over language law  Thousands of ethnic Hungarians have demonstrated, to protest against a new law that limits the use of minority languages there



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2003 Sep.11   Pope struggles to greet Slovaks  Fears are growing about the health of 83-year-old John Paul II



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2018 Mar.3 Slovakia journalist murder: Seven suspects released by police  All of the seven people arrested in connection with the killing of an investigative journalist in Slovakia have been released, police say



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1948 Feb. 25, 1948   Communist coup in Czechoslovakia
  Czech Republic: The Communists took power in the Czechoslovak coup d'état, and Edvard Beneš inaugurated a new cabinet led by Klement Gottwald




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2016 Sep.15 EU meeting: Bloc needs 'sober look at problems' says Tusk Map of Bratislava Slovakia
  The European Council President has called on EU leaders to take a 'sober and brutally honest' look at the bloc's problems, in the wake of Brexit