Thursday, 31 July 2014

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Czech economic confidence slips in July

Radio Prague |
25 July 2014

Czech economic confidence fell for the first time this year in July according to the Czech Statistics Office.

TOP 09 seen winning Prague local elections

Radio Prague |
25 July 2014

Centre right party TOP 09 has a high chance of retaining its position as the biggest party in the Czech capital when Prague City Council elections are held in October.

PM Bohuslav Sobotka says committee will continue to monitor restitution

Radio Prague |
25 July 2014

Ongoing problems with the restitution of church property will be resolved by a government committee prime minister Bohuslav Sobotka told the lower house of parliament on Thursday.

Inspectors found more than half Prague restaurants inflate bills for foreigners

Radio Prague |
25 July 2014

Czech inspectors have found that more than half the restaurants they checked up on discriminated against foreign clients.

Olomouc university centre stage for centipede congress

Radio Prague |
25 July 2014

Olomouc’s Palacký University Faculty of Science is hosting an international conference about centipedes, millipedes and related insects.

Czech parties seek to get in on Věra Jourová European Commission team

Radio Prague |
25 July 2014

Czech parties are now seeking to get their nominees in the team likely to accompany European Commission candidate Věra Jourová to Brussels.

Kuřim affair aunt conditionally released from prison

Radio Prague |
25 July 2014

One woman in a highly publicized Czech child abuse case known as the Kuřim affair, after the town near Brno, has been conditionally released from prison.

The film score genius Zdeněk Liška

Radio Prague |
25 July 2014

Some of the best Czech films of the 1960s and 70s, such as Markéta Lazarová, Shop on Main Street, and The Cremator, have one thing in common, besides the country of origin: the author of the score, Zdeněk Liška.

Czechs planning first high-speed rail line but will still lag behind

Radio Prague |
25 July 2014

The Czech Republic is set to get its first high-speed rail line, iHned.cz reported on Thursday

Next US ambassador Schapiro expected to be more "organised" than departing Eisen

Radio Prague |
25 July 2014

The United States Senate on Wednesday approved the nomination of Andrew Schapiro as ambassador to Prague. Like the outgoing American ambassador, Norman Eisen, Mr. Schapiro is a lawyer who has worked alongside the US president, Barack Obama.

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