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Slovaks Take To The Streets In Wake Of Prime Minister's Resignation

Protesters are demanding new elections and arrests for the murders of investigative journalist Ján Kuciak, who had been reporting on political corruption, and his fiancée Martina Kusnírová.

The recent resignation of Slovakia's Prime Minister Robert Fico and his government is not easing public anger in the Central European country, where tens of thousands of protesters thronged streets in the capital Bratislava and

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