Health minister says shops will open by May 3 at the latest » Read More Former Prague imam sentenced to 14.5 years in prison for financing terrorism » Read More Czech Police Detain 5 Suspected of Fighting for Pro-Russian Rebels in Ukraine » Read More Lending a digital hand to small businesses in Prague during the pandemic » Read More FESTIVALS: One World Festival 2021 Announces Lineup »Read More
Czech Finance Ministry prepares lawsuit seeking damages for 2014 explosions » Read More Czech minister calls for European solidarity over spat with Russia » Read More Czech beer consumption in 2020 fell to its lowest level since the 1960s due to pub closures » Read More Czech Media Reveals Third Russian ‘Suspect’ in Ammo Depot Blast Probe » Read More Government Extends Antivirus Program and Approves National Strategy To Combat Hybrid Threats »Read More
Loujain Al-Hathloul wins Vaclav Havel Human Rights Prize » Read More EU official: Union stands in solidarity with Prague over expulsion of Russians » Read More Ex-Czech President Klaus Doubts Russia Had Role in 2014 Ammo Depot Blasts » Read More Russia moves Navalny to prison hospital under Western pressure » Read More Foreigners who fear Czech doctor visits have a new option in Prague »Read More
Czech authorities say they are expelling 18 Russian diplomats believed to be intelligence operatives in retaliation for the explosion, which killed two people. » Read More Health Minister Petr Arenberger told a news conference on Friday that the Easter holiday did not lead to a spike in new coronavirus infections, but an easing of restrictions should be conservative and incremental. » Read More A concert that was scheduled to take place next week at Lucerna in Prague will ultimately not take place, Health Minister Petr Arenberger told journalists on Friday. » Read More A group of activists from the group Kaputin placed an effigy of Vladimir Putin, naked and seated on a gold toilet, outside the Russian embassy in Prague
Czech Railways ordered 20 new long-distance trains for 12.5 billion crowns from the Sienes Mobility and Škoda Transportation consortium. Supply will consist of 180 vehicles with a capacity of 555 places and a maximum operating speed of 230 km / h. The last farewell with the owner of PPF, Peter Kellner, occurred last weekend. This was reported without details by Board of Directors member Vladimir Mlnarzh. Kellner died as a result of a helicopter crash in Alaska at the end of March. From April 12th, zoos open throughout the Czech Republic. Track the number of visitors on zoopraha.cz HN reported that Minister of Industry Karel Havlicek believes that parliamentary parties are close to agreeing on a new tax on solar
President Miloš Zeman says demonstrations against him on Monday’s anniversary of the Velvet Revolution were a disgrace to the Czech Republic.
TEDxBinnenhof Prague viewing party
Dekkadancers have created a strange story to the soundtrack of Nick Cave and are bringing it to National Theatre‘s New Stage on Tuesday, 14 January.
People in North Bohemia are still cleaning up after the recent flash floods, but Czech Television warned of a new peril on its evening news on Tuesday – flood-damaged cars being sold as second hand by unscrupulous traders.
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