The ruling reverses an earlier decision to drop the case that the PM had received European Union subsidies.
It's claimed to be one of the biggest protests since the fall of communism 30 years ago.
This weekend marks the 30th anniversary of the Velvet Revolution.
Hundreds of thousands of Czechoslovakian citizens took part in peaceful protests, demanding the end of the communist regime.
It took only a few weeks before the ruling party surrendered and democracy was installed in the country.
Born just 12 days ago, he already stands 190 cm (75 inches) tall. There are fewer than 2,000 Rothschild's giraffes still living in the wild.
An endangered baby giraffe made his first public debut at a northern Czech zoo earlier this week, 12 days after being born in the enclosure.
The German ambassador to the Czech Republic posted a picture of the shop stock to Twitter, asking why "such trash" was being sold in central Prague.
Scientists in Prague are growing food in Aeroponic conditions to survive the extreme weather on Mars.
Fourteen of those detained were foreigners, police said, adding that the arrest could not be made "without the use of coercive means."
Czechs bid a final farewell on Friday to singer Karel Gott, standing in line for hours to pay their respects to the man whose popularity in former communist Europe earned him the nickname the “Sinatra of the East”.
The Prague state attorney has halted a criminal investigation into whether Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis abused EU subsidies.
The Czech president has created controversy after saying he wanted to revoke recognition of Kosovo's independence during a state visit to Serbia
Eliska was born on August 15. Her mother, 27, was declared brain dead on April 21.
The stunt was based around an anagram – Don Giovanni in Czech is 'John do vany' which also means 'John into the tub'.
Czech opera singer Adam Plachetka sang arias from the opera Don Giovanni by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart on Thursday( August 29) to people lying in bathtubs at the rooftop of Lucerna building in Prague.
Czech protests channel the spirit of '68 to call for PM's resignation
World-renowned French tightrope walker Tatiana-Mosio Bongonga crossed Prague's Vltava River in a performance to open an international circus festival.
The annual competition, Operalia, serves as a springboard for young talent in the world of opera. Euronews spoke to the winners, as well as the founder Plácido Domingo to find out more.
Slacklining is a sport which involves walking across a suspended rope that is anchored between two points.
PEOPLE WALKING ON HIGHLINES BETWEEN PILLARS OF ROCK OVER FOREST, HIGHLINERS PRACTICING WALKING ON HIGHLINES LOWER TO THE GROUND AND TALKING ABOUT HOW DOING IT MAKES THEM FEEL
For revellers at one Prague megaclub, gone are the days of being squashed at the bar waiting to get a watered-down cocktail.
The Social Democrats want the current culture minister to be dismissed but the president is refusing to approve the dismissal, creating a standoff that could topple the government.
This peaceful spa town triad nestled in dense green forest has a rich history dating back hundreds of years.
The Czech government led by the populist ANO party on Thursday survived a vote of no confidence in parliament after massive protests against Prime Minister Andrej Babis.
Tourists in Prague's Old Town Square got a slight reprieve from the scorching heat on Tuesday when a city worker parked a sprinkler truck in the public plaza and sprayed water into the air.
The Million Moments for Democracy group is calling for Andrej Babis to quit over allegations that he fraudulently uses his power as Prime Minister to boost his own business interests.
Hundreds of thousands rallied in Prague on Sunday to demand the resignation of Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis in the biggest public confrontation with the government since the 1989 Velvet Revolution.