The documentary The Killing of a Journalist decribes in detail not only the murder of Slovak journalist Ján Kuciak and his girlfriend, Martina Kušnírová, but also the dramatic events in Slovakia that followed this horrendous crime.
- Civil Society
- Czech Republic
- fake news
- Militarized Patriotism
- Radicals with Reach
Viktor Orban’s son-in-law – István Tiborcz – co-owned and managed the company, Elios Innovatív Zrt at the time when it won contracts to install new street lights in towns across Hungary.
The Supreme Court upheld the conviction of Tomáš Szabó, who drove the murderer to the house of investigative journalist Ján Kuciak and his fiancée.
The Supreme Court of the Slovak Republic will issue a judgment in the case of the murder of investigative journalist and his fiancée.
In 2014 Béla Kovács, a notoriously russophile Hungarian member of the European Parliament, dubbed as KGBéla even by his own far-right comrades, broke the law and made illegal contacts with Russian intelligence officers. The story of Kovács is the most accurate depiction of the complicated nature of Russian influence in Hungary. And it’s not that easy to understand what happened to him and today’s political landscape of Hungary.