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The best tutorial on Elliptic Curve Crypto I ever read.

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Slovak ex Prime Minister answers the question: Is Slovakia in the EU? Exclusively for http://osveta.sk16.eu

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Slovakia prepares to sue EU over migrant quotas

The European Union’s controversial quota plan to distribute 160,000 refugees and migrants across the bloc will be appealed by Slovakia.

“The justice ministry, together with representatives of relevant ministries, is working on preparing the lawsuit,” justice ministry spokeswoman Alexandra Donevova told the Agence France-Press (AFP). She said it would be “submitted before December 18”. Bratislava intends to lodge the suit with the European Court of Justice, which adjudicates in disputes over how EU law is interpreted and applied. (Read more...)

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Slovak Deputy Prime Minister addresses UNESCO and praises Arab philosophy

“The world needs UNESCO more than ever in efforts to eradicate illiteracy and poverty. And also to stand up to extremism, intolerance and savage destruction of cultural and historical heritage.

We in Europe are proud of our historic heritage including Ancient Greek and Roman philosophy. We should remember and occasionally remind ourselves that during the Middle Ages, Greek ideas were largely forgotten in Western Europe. They re-entered the West through translations from Arabic to Latin thanks to Islamic philosophers such as Al - Kindi ( Alkindus ), Al-Farabi( Alpharabius ), Ibn Sina ( Avicenna ) and Ibn Rushd ( Averroes ). The reintroduction of these philosophies, accompanied by the new Arabic commentaries, had a great influence on Medieval philosophers such as Thomas Aquinas. That has been a real contribution of Islam to Europe. We need more Islamic philosophers and scientists and less hate preachers.
Such, indeed, words were uttered by Miroslav Lajčák, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic, at UNESCO’s Leaders’ Forum in Paris on Tuesday.

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French intellectuals criticize Slovak PM for his reaction to Paris tragedy

Statement of Slovak Prime Minister, doctor Robert Fico that "all muslims in Slovakia are under surveillance" as well as his repeated acts of association of regufees with terrorists had induced many critical reactions. In an interview for journal SME, Anne Dastakian, a journalist for well-known french journal Marianne had reacted: "That terrorists could have exploited the refugee crisis does not mean that all refugees are terrorists. Even Marine Le Pen would not utter such stupidity."

Even sharper critics was expressed by Martin Michelot, researcher in Institute for European Policy EUROPEUM who commented Fico's verbal behaviour as follows: "Such approach is...extremly bad. Comments of Robert Fico only induce fear and panics. I understand that in march 2016 Slovakia shall held elections, but this is very disturbing and unfortunate."
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