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Slovakia Parliament Approves New Online Gambling Rules
Slovakia’s National Council has passed a new gambling act, opening its online gambling market to international operators across the European Union for the first time. The legislation, drafted by the Ministry of Finance, will end the regime of the state-owned national lottery operator, TIPOS, who cur
Slovakia´s inflation at 2.1% in November, down due to price on food and non-alcoholic beverages
Slovakia’s inflation amounted to 2.1% year-on-year in November. Slovakia’s inflation amounted to 2.1% year-on-year in November, with core inflation reaching 2.2% and net inflation standing at 2.5%, the Slovak Statistics Office data showed on December 14. According to the economists’ estimation infla
Poland, Slovakia support Ukraine in conflict with Russia
Warsaw and Bratislava support Ukraine in the context of Russia's aggressive actions. Foreign Minister of Poland Jacek Czaputowicz and Foreign Minister of Slovakia Miroslav Lajčák said this at a press conference in Warsaw on Friday, an Ukrinform correspondent reported.
Online Gambling in Slovakia Comes Closer
Good news for Slovakia as plans for online operators drive forward. Despite recent advancements, Europe is still not as forward with online gambling as you might think, as countries such as Slovakia demonstrate.
Slovakia signs for 14 Lockheed Martin F-16 combat aircraft
Slovakia has signed an agreement with Lockheed Martin for 14 Lockheed Martin F-16 Block 70/72 combat aircraft (12 single-seat and 2 two-seat models). Slovakia has signed the contract on Wednesday with Lockheed Martin vice president of international business development Ana Wugofski for new.
Slovakia refused the Russian MiG-29
The first F-16 aircraft will arrive in Slovakia in 2022. Slovakia intends to purchase in USA 14 F-16 modification 70/72, which will replace the Russian MiG-29. About it reports RBC-Ukraine with reference to the Defence Blog.
Slovakia’s Government approves purchase of US F-16 fighter jets
The Government of the Slovak Republic has approved the purchase of 14 F-16 fighter jets from the US as part of the modernisation programme of the Slovak Armed Forces. Slovakia Defence Minister Peter Gajdoš has formally signed three separate Letters of Offer and Acceptance (LOAs) and the contractual
Kaisa Mäkäräinen Nabs Pursuit Win in Final Loop Dash
Finland’s Kaisa Mäkäräinen made an unchallenged dash for the finish with 800 meters to go in the women’s 10K pursuit this morning, claiming her third victory of the season in 30:53.8, despite three penalties. Her victory came after being in and out of the lead several times during the competition. S
Team USA opens U17 Four Nations with 7-2 win over Slovakia
The host country had a strong start to the 2018 Under-17 Four Nations Cup Tuesday night. Team USA beat Slovakia 7-2, as 16 different U.S. players found the scoresheet in their tournament opener.
Dunklee Top American in Hochfilzen Pursuit
HOCHFILZEN, Austria (Dec. 15, 2018) – Susan Dunklee (Barton, Vt.) finished 28th in Saturday's women's 10-kilometer pursuit, turning in the highest finish for the U.S. team at the BMW IBU World Cup in Hochfilzen. Starting in 34th position, Dunklee moved up six places thanks in large part to 18-of-20
You Can Now Change Your PlayStation Store Region in Europe
A Reddit post recently brought to our attention that players can now change their PlayStation Store region if they’re based in select European countries. While we don’t know when this change went live, we can confirm that the option is indeed available for accounts in the region.
Slovakia inks deal to buy 14 F-16s from US Lockheed Martin
BRATISLAVA, Slovakia — Slovakia is to buy 14 F-16 military jets from Lockheed Martin as it seeks to replace Soviet-era jets. Slovak Defense Minister Peter Gajdos signed the contract on Wednesday with Lockheed Martin vice president of international business development Ana Wugofski.
Jaguar Land Rover to Lose 200 UK Jobs as Production Moves to Slovakia
Britain’s biggest car maker is set to move production to Slovakia, leading to 200 UK job losses. The move comes following parent company’s Tata Motors review and the decision to move production of the ever-popular Discovery model abroad, though this latest twist will see all remaining Solihull produ
Matt Dumba joins Wild’s long list of the injured
The Wild played shorthanded in more ways than one in Saturday’s 2-1 loss to Calgary. Center Mikko Koivu was held out for the fourth straight game because of a left leg injury he suffered Dec. 6 against the Flames. Winger Jason Zucker was sick and unable to suit up, so Matt Hendricks replaced him in
Sotheby's International Realty Brand Opens 125th European Office with Expansion into Slovakia
By: Sotheby's International Realty | 0 Shares 5 Reads. Slovakia's proximity to European business hubs attractive for global investors. The firm is owned and operated by Ilona Mancikova, who also stands at the helm of Czech Republic Sotheby's International Realty and Croatia Sotheby's International R
Bulgarian Leader Says He Favors U.S. F-16 Jets To Replace MiGs
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov says U.S. F-16 fighter jets are the best choice to replace the Balkan NATO member’s aging fleet of Soviet-designed MiG-29s. Borisov spoke on December 14 before the second day of an EU summit in Sofia.
European court rejects Czech Prime Minister Babis's complaint, leaves him on StB spy list in Slovakia
Czech prime minister Babis remains on Slovak StB spy list after the ECHR rejected his complaint. Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis will remain on the list of the former Communist secret police StB agents in Slovakia, after a complaint he filed against the Slovak Republic with the European Court of H
Hungary & Slovakia to build two new bridges
Representatives of Hungary and Slovakia signed an agreement in Bratislava on Tuesday to construct two new bridges to link the two countries, one across a branch of the River Danube and the other spanning the River Ipoly, the innovation and technology ministry reported.
Thunderbirds provide no push back in blow out loss to Everett
EVERETT – Playing a game on the road against your closest rivals, on Teddy Bear Toss Night, with a sold-out arena, you would think that the Seattle Thunderbirds would hit the ice with fire.
Watch: Choir representing SA in Slovakia win four amazing titles #AwesomeSA
The University of Pretoria choir is representing South Africa at the 13th International Advent Competition in Bratislava, Slovakia. The University of Pretoria (UP) Youth Choir is a multi-cultural and diverse group of young performers representing all races, religions and economic groups of South Afr