Tuesday, 2 September 2014
Prague | Radio Prague

Police on Thursday released fresh details on the case of a woman who suffered an acid attack in Prague earlier this week.

National | Radio Prague

Living standards in the Czech Republic dropped slightly last year as compared to the original 15 eurozone countries, with the country's per capita GDP dropping to 74.1 percent of the EU average, the Czech Statistics Office reported.

Prague | Radio Prague

Two dozen human rights activists gathered outside Prague Castle on Thursday morning to protest against the Chinese Investment Forum taking place there.

News | Radio Prague

Detectives from the national anti-drugs squad have cracked down on a large scale-supplier of materials for the illicit production of drugs.

News | Radio Prague

The Czech government has approved the supply of munitions to the Kurdish regional government in Iraq battling against Islamic State radicals. The Czech News Agency reported on Wednesday that it had seen documents suggesting that the Kurds would receive millions of rounds of ammunition for Kalashnikov assault rifles and machine guns, as well as hand grenades and ammunition for anti-tank rocket launchers.

National | Radio Prague

If you ask Czech kids what is their most hated subject at school, the answer is nearly always the same: mathematics.

News | Radio Prague

The Czech Foreign Ministry is planning to improve visa services through outsourcing in over a dozen states where the process is hampered by limited consulate staff.

National | Radio Prague

Some unqualified teachers will be allowed to remain in the Czech school system after the Senate on Wednesday approved an amendment making an exception for experienced teachers, specialists who have worked in a particular field and native speakers.

Politics | Radio Prague

The Chamber of Deputies has returned a government civil service bill to a second reading after the coalition agreed to adopt changes demanded by the opposition.

Prague | Radio Prague

Police have revealed information about a man they suspect of carrying out an acid attack on a woman in Prague on Tuesday.

National | The Prague Post

You may end up on YouTube if you pee in public

News | Radio Prague

The Czech Health Ministry has requested a complete list of Czech nationals working in countries with Ebola outbreaks as well as Czech students studying in high-risk areas in order to take effective measures against the possible spread of the disease in the Czech Republic.

Czech Republic and the EU | The Prague Post

Document lays out the strategy for using EU Structural and Investment Funds for growth and jobs until 2020

National | Radio Prague

Employees at the country’s highly-respected National Theatre can expect a little extra next year when it comes to their monthly paychecks.

National | Radio Prague

A random laboratory test of children's schools supplies for hazardous substances commissioned by the NGO Arnika revealed excessive amounts of toxic substances in three out of eleven tested products.