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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.
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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.
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.
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?
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.
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.
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.
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.
In Istanbul, a leadership election exposes Interpol's bitter divide
'You can't buy respect,' said the Czech candidate for Interpol president, Sarka Havrankova, about her rival UAE candidate, Ahmed Naser Al-Raisi.
Who is Petr Fiala, the Czech Republic's likely new prime minister?
Petr Fiala is expected to be confirmed as the new Czech PM this week.
Czech prosecutors ask parliament to lift immunity for PM Andrej Babiš
The populist billionaire is facing allegations of fraud involving nearly €2 million of European Union subsidies.
Czech president asks head of centre-right coalition to form government
Milos Zeman’s announcement came a day after two coalitions that garnered a majority of votes in October's election signed a power-sharing deal.
Centre-right parties sign coalition deal to form new Czech government
The agreement to form an 18-member government was signed by two party alliances in Prague on Monday.
Czech President Zeman leaves intensive care amid political stalemate
The military university hospital in Prague said the Czech President had been transferred to a rehabilitation unit.
Czech Republic edges closer to new coalition government
While parties have agreed on a coalition, the forming of a government has been complicated by the ill-health of President Miloš Zeman.
Czech politics in limbo with hospitalised president too ill to work
Milos Zeman, 77, was rushed to hospital on October 10, a day after the country's general election.
Why the Czechs have finally turned their back on communism
The Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia failed to win a seat in the Czech parliament for the first time in their history.
Czech President Milos Zeman hospitalised day after parliamentary vote
Milos Zeman has a key role to play in establishing a new government following the loss of close ally Prime Minister Andrej Babis.
Czech Republic: Centre-right coalition defeats ruling ANO party
Together and the centre-left bloc announced on Saturday evening that they have signed a memorandum of their will to govern together.
What chance of a referendum on 'Czexit' after this weekend's election?
Czech Republic's ruling party may need post-election support from a right-wing movement that wants a referendum on leaving the EU.