Friday, 23 December 2016

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Che Guevara's mysterious stay on the outskirts of Prague

Radio Prague |
28 November 2016

Che Guevara is probably one of the most famous revolutionaries of the 20th century. For a few months between revolutionary episodes in his life, he spent a few months in 1966 at a secret intelligence villa on the outskirts of Prague.

GoodAI's Marek Rosa Part 1 - Solving general AI would change everything

Radio Prague |
28 November 2016

Prague-based video game designer Marek Rosa, founder of Keen Software House, has launched GoodAI, contributing 10 million dollars of his own money to fund research into and the development of general artificial intelligence.

Hundreds of small pubs closing down ahead of EET

Radio Prague |
25 November 2016

Hundreds of small pubs closing down ahead of EET Hundreds of small pubs around the country are closing down due to the law on electronic cash registers which is due to come into effect on December 1st.

Babiš under fire for proposing last-minute EET exemptions

Radio Prague |
25 November 2016

Finance Minister Andrej Babiš has come under fire for proposing last minute changes to the law on electronic cash registers just a week before it is due to go into effect.

Anti-Babiš media ownership law back in spotlight

Radio Prague |
25 November 2016

A bill aimed at preventing cabinet members from owning media outlets is again in the spotlight. According to a freshly published opinion, the amendment – targeted at ANO's billionaire boss Andrej Babiš – is unconstitutional.

Prague city council envisages new tunnel project

Radio Prague |
25 November 2016

After completing the controversial Blanka tunnel complex more than a year ago, Prague Town Hall is now considering digging deep into its pockets and constructing another massive tunnel, the daily Hospodářské noviny reported on Thursday. City councillors are hoping that the new project would finally solve traffic problems by completing the city inner ring road.

Secrets recounted of STASI operations in former Czechoslovakia

Radio Prague |
25 November 2016

A book has been presented in Prague this week about the former East German secret police, the STASI.

Friend of Czechs arrested in Turkey: Their main goal was to establish a field hospital

Radio Prague |
25 November 2016

The arrest of two young Czechs who have been charged with terrorist activities in Turkey has shocked the nation. Radio Prague spoke to one of their friends in the Czech Republic Janusz Konieczny.

Government approves programme for Krušné Hory renewal

Radio Prague |
24 November 2016

The government on Wednesday approved a programme for the renewal of the Krušné Hory mountains in the northeast of the Czech Republic to the tune of 4.1 billion crowns, Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka informed on his Twitter account.

Czech Republic seeks to climb prestigious business ranking

Radio Prague |
24 November 2016

The annual Doing Business report published by the World Bank is a prestigious overview of which countries appear to be getting it right economically and why.

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