Since the abduction of President Michal Kovac’s son last August, Slovakia’s political scene has been increasingly chaotic. Police investigations into the kidnapping are widely thought to have been hampered by the government, opposition politicians and journalists have been harassed and even beaten, and some deem the death of a man linked to the case the […]

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