Slovan Bratislava football club vice president fined for Nazi salute

A court in Slovakia has convicted the vice president of football club Slovan Bratislava of racism and fined him 5,000 euros, after he was caught on camera with what appeared to be a Nazi salute.

Slovakia adopts IHRA working definition of antisemitism

The National Council of the Slovak Republic passed a resolution adopting the IHRA working definition of antisemitism.

Slovak far-right leader charged with promoting extremism

Slovak prosecutors have charged the leader of a far-right party that holds seats in parliament with promoting extremism after he handed out checks for a sum allegedly known as a neo-Nazi symbol.

Slovakia says cultural mission to open in Jerusalem

A Slovakian delegation to Israel announced that the country will open a cultural centre in Jerusalem.

Far-right regional governor in Slovakia loses election

Marian Koteba, the far-right,  governor of the Slovakian region of Banska Bystrica, was defeated in regional elections held across the country on Sunday.

Slovakia prosecutor-general wants to ban far-right party

Slovakia’s prosecutor general has asked the country’s supreme court to ban a...

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