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Former Czech prime minister Andrej Babiš to face trial for fraud
Babis denies any wrongdoing and has repeatedly said the allegations against him were politically motivated.
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Czech unemployment is the lowest in Europe. That may be a bad thing.
The European nation is struggling to find workers.
Czech parliament lifts immunity of former PM Andrej Babiš for fraud
The former prime minister is accused of using €2 million in EU subsidies on his own businesses. He denied the allegations.
Meet the extrovert billionaire bidding to be Czech's next president
“Janeček is the joker in the pack.”
COVID in Europe: France and Switzerland ease coronavirus restrictions
Here is our summary of the coronavirus pandemic situation across the continent.
Speed limits on Czech motorways could soon be among highest in Europe
Prague wants to increase the speed limit on sections of motorway from 130 to 150 kmh.
Czech Republic and Poland sign deal over controversial coal mine
Last year, Poland was slapped with a €500,000 per day fine for failing to respect an injunction to close the mine.
In Moravia, Bohemians are warned to Czech their privilege
Moravians want to see greater recognition of their regional identity. They may be fighting a losing battle.
Taiwan is making new friends in Europe. China isn't happy about it.
Lithuania and the Czech Republic have both begun to normalise relations with Taiwan. But Beijing is hitting back.
Ukraine demo calls for de-escalation of tension
Demonstrators formed a human chain in Ukraine's capital Kyiv on Saturday for the annual Unity Day, which marks the anniversary of the country's unification
Czech left-wing parties are at rock bottom. Can they make a comeback?
The communists and social democrats failed to win any seats at the last Czech election. Where do they go from here?
Czech singer dies after intentionally catching COVID for a health pass
Hana Horka's son said that anti-vax campaigners had 'blood on their hands'.
Czech Republic to let some workers stay on after testing positive
The new Czech government will allow some workers who have tested positive for COVID-19 to stay on the job.
New Czech governing coalition wins confidence vote
The Czech Republic's new conservative-led government won a vote of confidence in the lower house of parliament on Thursday in a mandatory ballot that every administration must win to govern.
How COVID has heralded a golden age for Czech cottage culture
Purchases of small countryside cottages have boomed in the Czech Republic since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Czech Republic and Slovenia report bird flu outbreaks
The Agrarian Chamber of the Czech Republic estimates the damage at CZK 20 million (€802,005).
Will the Czech Republic boycott the Beijing Winter Olympics?
Such a move could start a spat between the new coalition government and President Milos Zeman, one of the loudest pro-China advocates in Czech politics.
Christmas in Europe: Carp in your bathtub and other Czech traditions
Rather than an Anglo-Saxon turkey, some Czechs prefer carp, traditionally fried in bread crumbs and served with potato salad.
The real story behind the Czech Christmas glass beads
The handmade production of blown glass beads into Christmas tree decorations in Poniklá, Czech Republic, earned the craft a place on the UNESCO list of intangible cultural heritage last year. But there's more to this.
New Czech government takes office after swearing-in ceremony
The five-party cabinet will be led by Petr Fiala, who takes over from Andrej Babis as prime minister.
Czech COVID restrictions quash Battle of Austerlitz re-enactment
For a second year running the commemoration for the Battle of Austerlitz in the Czech Republic has been affected by COVID-19 restrictions. Only a small group of hard-core history fans were allowed to participate.
Czech arsonist sentenced to life in prison for 2020 apartment fire
Eleven people, including three children, died in the building in Bohumin last August.
Sign of the times as COVID-positive president appoints new Czech PM
The Czech president on Sunday swore in centre-right opposition leader Petr Fiala as the country’s new prime minister following last month’s election.
Czech President Miloš Zeman back in hospital after positive COVID test
Zeman had just been discharged from a Prague hospital where he had been in care for six weeks.
Czechs protest restrictions on unvaccinated as cases soar
Protesters marched through the Czech capital of Prague on Monday to decry the government’s restrictions on unvaccinated people as new infections soared.
Zoo pelicans moved to heated enclosure ahead of winter
For most wild birds, seasonal change rhymes with migration to warmer regions of the world. But for their captive counterparts in Czech Republic, it's time to move from an open air pond to a heated enclosure.