The north Moravian city of Ostrava, once known as the steel heart of Czechoslovakia, has now become the first Czech site to be included on an EU list of European Culture Heritage.
What is the advertisement poster of Jágr all about? Ruzyně Airport staff has started to hate this question, asked many times a day by puzzled tourists.
Czech doctors are sounding the alarm: The number of new HIV cases registered in the country this year is higher then ever.
Czech President Václav Klaus, one of the most prominent climate change doubters, is about to get a new platform: the EU presidency. Others in the bloc worry that he could stall important climate talks next year.
Switzerland can hand over bank documents to British authorities investigating whether arms manufacturer BAE Systems PLC bribed Czech politicians to gain a lucrative contract for the sale of fighter jets, the Swiss Federal Criminal Court said Monday.
A team of Czech experts are currently in Vietnam to plan one of the biggest clean-up operations in the Southeast Asian country’s history.
Three police officers and two civilians have been arrested for staging fake car crashes in order to claim insurance payments.
The regional authorities have been opposing the plan to build two more wind-farms in Vysočina region. They fear the facilities would harm the landscape and make the region less attractive for tourists.
Opponents of the Lisbon Treaty have indicated they will do everything in their power to stop it from being passed.
Václav Klaus’s appearance at Tuesday’s Constitutional Court´s session resuscitated a debate on his role as president and Czech Republic’s forthcoming EU presidency.