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.
Strict security measures at airports could become a little more relaxed. Czech scientists have discovered a one-second way to identify dangerous substances that might be used on planes for the preparation of explosives. Traveller would no longer need to leave behind their drinks or perfumes when they check in. “The Pressure of the travel industry to relax security measures made us think about ways to enable passengers to carry liquids in their hand luggage. That is why we are developing a detector,” says Jiří Bláha from RS Dynamics company which owns the research centre developing the detector. This special device identifies a dangerous substance without having to open the bottle and take a sample. “We are currently working on making
Czech Foreign Minister Karel Schwarzenberg told Austrian daily Der Standard Czech President Václav Klaus is critical of the EU because he does not fully understand how it works.
The Civic Democratic Party, member of the ruling coalition, received the first part of an analysis which outlines the reasons why the party failed to perform in the recent election.
Most people have no idea the Czech capital can look like this. (ČTK) The area bordering Prague’s Vysočany and Hrdlořezy, not far from the stately building of Sazka, doesn’t look like a social time bomb at first sight. But at the second sight it does – an abandoned card stock dormitory is home to dozens of Roma from Prague who not so long ago lived in Prague’s districts of Nusle, Karlín, Libeň or Žižkov. They were bribed to leave their homes. Now this unpleasant place, located just outside the large premises of the city’s waste management Pražské služby, has become new home for entire Romani families. Roma “disappearing” from Prague A man’s loud singing comes out through half-opened dormitory windows.
After more than six years of police investigation, the first track of one of the culprits that have commited what is believed to be the biggest cash robbery in the country has appeared.