The story of a young man who died almost two decades before freedom arrived.
In some ways this man was the architect of peace before the gentle revolution… but his death for many leaves unanswered questions
In 1989 on a grey November day, thousands of students gathered in the Czechoslovak capital, Prague, to recognise International Students’ Day.
A Bonfire Night clot was filmed trying to launch a firework from between the cheeks of his well …
A mother who went on the run with her cancer-victim daughter to ‘stop doctors killing her’ says that she did what any good parent would do.
In news reports about a horrific court case over the trafficking of women, Slovakia was described as a poverty-stricken land.
As residents in the Vega Baja area of Alicante are told they can finally make a claim over the devastating storms damage, the consumerwatchfoundation.com looks at the efforts of ex-pats and Spaniards alike to rescue people, animals and homes.
Some believe that history is just water under the bridge while others say it is fundamental to our future.
The brown bears in the High Tatras are said to be getting braver and coming into villages and towns foraging for food…