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Czech ice hockey legend Jaromir Jagr has returned home to play for the team he owns near Prague for the duration of the NHL lockout in the United
Poland has banned the sale of alcohol from the Czech Republic as the spate of poisonings attributed to bootleg spirits continues to rise.
Buying booze in the Czech Republic has been banned. The new law which applies to all liquor with more than 20 percent alcohol has been brought in
Officials in the Czech Republic are describing it as the worst case of fatal alcohol poisoning in 30 years.
Five people have died and another
Brewers in the world’s number one beer drinking nation the Czech Republic say consumers are shifting irreversibly towards softer mixed
Authorities in the Czech Republic have arrested a man they believe was planning an attack similar to the one carried out by Anders Behring Breivik in
The 47th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival drew to a close with the help of actress Susan Sarandon who was there to receive a lifetime
The Karlovy Vary film festival attracts thousands of young film enthusiasts, as getting tickets for screenings of its 200-plus films is relatively
The 47th edition of the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival has begun in the Czech Spa town of Karlovy Vary, 120 km west of Prague.
The Czech Republic head to Euro2012 fancying their chances of qualifying out of a relatively easy Group A that includes co-hosts Poland, Russia and
Czech police have charged a leading opposition politician with corruption.
David Rath, a former health minister, is accused of taking a bribe
Prime Minister of the Czech Republic Petr Necas will call for a confidence vote in parliament on Friday amid fears another EU government is about to
Tens of thousands of Czechs have demonstrated in Prague against spending cuts, tax rises and corruption.
The protest is said to be one of the
A Czech government plan to return church property seized during the country’s communist era will cost more than two billion euros in
Hundreds of residents of Prague gathered at Old Town Square for a giant pillow fight (filmed by Michael Fowler).
A dog sled race considered one of the toughest on the European continent was held in the northeastern Czech Republic. Almost 100 mushers from eight
January 5, 1968 Alexander Dubcek is elected First Secretary of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia, and immediately goes about implementing liberal
World leaders have been in Prague for the funeral of Vaclav Havel, the man who led Czechoslovakia from Stalinism to democracy.
The Clintons from
People mourned former Czech president Vaclav Havel, one day before state funerals that will be held on Friday December 23.
The state funeral of former Czech president Vaclav Havel will be held in Prague later on Friday.
Havel died at the age of 75 on Sunday.
Thousands of Czechs have turned out in Prague to pay their respects to the former president Vaclav Havel following his death at the weekend.
The Czech parliament mourned Vaclav Havel on Tuesday (December 20) with a minute of silence.
Thousands of Czechs pay their last respects to Vaclav Havel, the playwright who became the country’s president by leading its peaceful ‘Velvet
Thousands of Czechs have been paying their last respects to Vaclav Havel, the playwright who became the country’s president by leading its peaceful
Tributes have been pouring in from around the world after the death of Vaclav Havel, the Czech Republic’s first president.
Widely regarded as the
Czech people light candles and lay flowers to pay their respects to Vaclav Havel, leader of the ‘Velvet revolution’, who died on Sunday at the age of