Here are the top stories from Europe and beyond we were following this morning, Tuesday, August 21.
European leaders in favour of a restrictive migration policy gather in Budapest on Thursday for a meeting of minds, a day after Hungary passed legislation criminalising help to asylum seekers.
Residents of this town can leave their money in bags in the street.
Billionaire Andrej Babiš has been appointed as Czech PM despite large protests about his former Communist links
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The controversial Czech PM rejects comparisons with US President Donald Trump and says fraud allegations against him are lies, fabricated by his enemies
After paying tribute to the Russian soldiers in Prague, the Night Wolves are heading to Germany where they will end their journey in the city of Berlin.
Motorbike group with close ties to Vladimir Putin causes tensions as they visit the Czech capital.
The nerve agent type used to poison an ex-Russian spy in Britain was produced last year in the Czech Republic, it’s been claimed.
“According to usual diplomatic practice, States have their embassies in the capitals of the receiving States," the foreign ministry said.
Saleh Muslim was detained in Prague at the request of Turkey, but later released by a Czech court
Prague is facing an EU legal suit for refusing to accept asylum seekers under the bloc's system to relieve other member states hit most by immigration
A court in Prague ruled the Czech government’s air quality plan for the city fails to bring air pollution within European limits.
Milos Zeman has been re-elected to serve a second term as the president of the Czech Republic.
A pro-Russian president and an academic challenger face off in a dead-heat Czech presidential vote.
The fire broke out on Saturday evening at the Eurostars David Hotel, situated near the Czech capital's National Theatre.
The video shows people sitting on a first floor ledge as smoke billowed out of the building.
The final two candidates will run-off against each other later in January
President Milos Zeman came out on top in the first round of voting but he will face a strong challenge from academic Jiri Drahos in a head-to-head later this month
Milos Zeman led the first round of Czech Republic presidential elections, but pro-western runner-up Jiri Drahos will be a formidable opponent in the second round vote
“I’m a fighter," says Drahos—a chemist-turned-politician who may edge out incumbent Milos Zeman in the presidential elections. Drahos sat down with Euronews for an exclusive interview ahead of the elections.