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Wildfires Europe: Greece, Tenerife, and Czech Republic battle new and ongoing blazes
Several major fires are burning across Greece where the heatwave, which started on Saturday, 23 July, has increased the danger of new ones. Meanwhile, a fire in Tenerife has burnt almost 2,500 hectares.
Karlovy Vary film festival creates space for Ukrainian filmmakers
The famous Czech film fest staged a Works In Progress event in collaboration with the Odesa International Film Festival for movies whose progress was interrupted by the war.
Karlovy Vary festival returns after two editions marred by pandemic
The historic festival, considered amongst the best in Europe, is back for its 56th edition after two years affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Prague will be 'honest broker' on rule of law, says Commissioner
Commissioner Věra Jourová, said Prague will also focus on strengthening democracy across the bloc during its EU presidency and will be an "honest broker" with Poland and Hungary.
Watch: A quick video guide to the Czech Republic's EU priorities
The Czech Republic begins today its six-month presidency, with a focus on Ukraine and the cost-of-living crisis.
What are Prague's priorities during its six-month EU presidency?
Prague will be hoping it comes out smelling of roses.
Turkey is now Türkiye: What other countries have changed their name?
Throughout history, many countries have chosen to re-baptise themselves, but not every new name has stuck.
One dead and five injured after high-speed train hits locomotive
The accident took place early on Monday in Bohumin near the border with Poland.
Czech Republic unveils priorities for its EU Council presidency
Cutting Russian fossil fuels and funding Ukraine's post-war reconstruction will top the Czech agenda for the six-month presidency.
Andrej Babis: Former Czech PM loses secret police collaboration case
The populist billionaire is alleged to have worked as an agent of the former Czechoslovakia secret police.
Is the Czech Republic about to legalise same-sex marriage?
Legalising same-sex marriage has broad support among Czechs. But will politicians put a spanner in the works?
Two killed and 50 injured in fire at Alzheimer's nursing home
The blaze broke out on Wednesday evening in Roztoky, a town just north of the Czech capital.
Marking Operation Anthropoid’s place in Czech history, 80 years on
The assassination of one of the most senior Nazis is today firmly part of the Czech national consciousness.
Big-drinking Czechs bid to tackle problem of underage drinking
A study found the Czech Republic had one of the worst records in Europe for underage drinking, with just over 40% of 15-year-olds admitting they drink alcohol on a regular basis.
World's longest suspension bridge opens in Czech Rep
A pedestrian suspension bridge that is the longest such construction in the world has opened at a mountain resort in the Czech Republic.
The world’s longest suspended pedestrian bridge opens today in Czechia
Czech Republic opens their record-breaking ‘Sky Bridge’ today.
Hungary, Slovakia, Czechia and Bulgaria resist EU ban on Russian oil
Discussions between EU ambassadors continue on Monday to reach an agreement to phase out all imports of Russian oil.
Is Milos Zeman's remorse genuine over his pro-Russian stance?
Zeman made a resounding volte-face after the full-scale Russian invasion of Ukraine. But not everyone is buying his sincerity.
Europe’s army of Elves fights real-world Russian disinformation
Self-organised and nonfunded, groups of volunteers from the Baltics to Central Europe took on the task of combatting the Kremlin propaganda machine. Now, the war in Ukraine has them doubling their efforts.
Czech MPs vote to recognise Soviet-era famine in Ukraine as genocide
Up to four million people are believed to have died during the great famine between 1932 and 1933.
How the Czech Republic's Vietnamese community is rallying for refugees
More than 5,000 Vietnamese nationals have also left Ukraine for neighboring countries. In the Czech Republic, they have been welcomed.
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, Polish and Slovenian PMs meet with Zelenskyy in Kyiv
The prime ministers of Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovenia travelled to the war-torn capital to express the EU's support for Ukraine.
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
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