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In Some Countries, Facebookâ€™s Fiddling Has Magnified Fake News
Last fall, the online giant altered what people in six nations see. Established news sites said their web traffic declined, adding that more bogus stories were shared instead.
Slovakia Deals Setback to Neo-Fascist Candidate
While voters refused to re-elect an anti-European Union candidate as a regional governor, they also turned away four members of the governing party.
A Long-Tolerant Spa Town Feels the Chill of Slovak Populism
Arab visitors have gone to Piestany for vacation for decades. But a surge in Islamophobia now threatens to make a familiar destination less welcoming.
Slovak Village Prospers in Partnership With Roma Residents It Once Shunned
As other villages in Slovakia have withered and vanished, Spissky Hrhov is thriving, along with the Roma residents it has worked hard to integrate into the community.
E.U. Countries Must Accept Their Share of Migrants, Court Rules
With many European Union member states lukewarm about taking in migrants, Hungary and Slovakia stood out by trying to overturn a quota system in court.
Young, Idealistic but Determined, Slovaks Lead Anticorruption Crusade
With anti-authoritarian protests erupting across Eastern Europe, a pair of teenagers are among the young people taking action.
Fewer Tomatoes in Ketchup? East Europeans Pursue Parity at the Grocery
Some feel treated as second-class citizens in the European Union, and the populist wave has reached their supermarket shelves.
Once in the Shadows, Europeâ€™s Neo-Fascists Are Re-emerging
A wave of nationalist victories, including Donald Trumpâ€™s, has made Europeâ€™s most extreme right-wing parties more hopeful about their future.
Boyhood Promise Kept: N.H.L. Veterans Return to Slovakian Roots
Michal Handzus and Richard Zednik never lost track of their ultimate plan, to eventually reunite in their Slovakian hometown, where they are chasing an elusive championship.
After Trump Win, Anti-Soros Forces Are Emboldened in Eastern Europe
In Hungary, Macedonia and elsewhere, populist governments have intensified attacks on â€śforeign-fundedâ€ť advocacy groups often associated with George Soros.
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