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Retired general Petr Pavel wins election to become Czech president
Retired general Petr Pavel wins runoff election to become Czech president, beating billionaire Andrej Babis.
Petr Pavel: Ukraine supporter and war hero is the new Czech president
Pavel defeated populist billionaire Andrej Babiš after a runoff vote on Friday and Saturday in an expected landslide victory.
Czech Republic heads to polls for runoff for president
A retired army general and a populist billionaire are battling it out in a runoff election for president of the Czech Republic.
Former Czech PM Babiš backpedals after 'anti-NATO' comments spark ire
Babiš, who is facing former general Petr Pavel in a presidential election run-off next weekend, said on Sunday he would not send troops to Poland or the Baltics in case of Russian invasion.
Pavel takes narrow lead in Czech Presidential elections
It has been widely reported that the victory was only by about half a per cent of votes.
Babis faces stiff competition in Czech Republic presidential election
Former Czech Republic PM Andrej Babis is taking on economist Danuse Nerudova and retired army Gen. Petr Pavel as well as five other candidates in the Czech Republic presidential election. Zeman was the first president elected by popular vote. His second and final five-year term expires in March.
Czech Presidential elections: Everything you need to know
It's neck and neck for the three main candidates with a chance for last minute surprises before voters go to the polls on Friday and Saturday.
Billionaire Babis on trial for €2m EU funds fraud
Former Prime Minister of the Czech Republic, billionaire businessman Andrej Babis denies a €2m EU fraud. His trial resumes in Prague.
Czech voters turn to the far-right for answers to the energy crisis
The far-right SPD party has been gaining support in the Czech Republic as the cost of living soars, pushing many into poverty.
Former Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis faces fraud trial
"I don't feel guilty," Babis said in his opening statement. "I'm innocent."
Czech government survives no-confidence vote over energy crisis
Opposition lawmakers had also called for the resignation of the interior minister over alleged corruption links.
Analysis: How Czechs see the start of their EU Council presidency
Euronews correspondent Méabh Mc Mahon reports on her trip to Prague as the Czech Republic takes over the EU Council presidency this month.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.