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If the pandemic can't unite Europe's east and west, what can? | View
"The EU divide between its post-Soviet members and western counterparts has long been its Achilles' heel," says GLOBSEC's chief economist Sona Muzikarova. "Even the pandemic has failed to forge more like-mindedness."
Brussels will respond to Russian aggression, says EU's Borrell
Josep Borrell was speaking to MEPs on Wednesday, during a debate on Russia and its "provocations".
Czech president 'casts doubt over' Russian involvement in deadly blast
The statement came just over a week after the Czech government said it suspected that two Russian agents were behind the deadly explosion at an ammunition factory.
Baltic nations expel Russian diplomats in support of Czech Republic
Prague has accused Russian secret agents of involvement in a deadly blast at a munitions factory in 2014.
Czech minister calls for European solidarity over spat with Russia
The Czech Republic and Russia are embroiled in a row over allegations of Russian involvement in a 2014 explosion.
Czech Republic excludes Russian energy giant from nuclear tender
Prague has excluded `Russian energy giant Rosatom from a multibillion-euro tender amid a diplomatic row with Moscow.
Salisbury poisoning suspects wanted by Czech police over 2014 blast
Czech detectives have linked the UK Salisbury poisoning suspects with a deadly blast at an arms depot in the Czech Republic in 2014.
Was the Czech foreign minister fired due to his pro-Western views?
Czech president Milos Zeman said he "terminated the duties of Tomáš Petříček in accordance with the Constitution". But what were the real reasons for the departure of the foreign minister?
Czech MPs reject proposed quota for local food in supermarkets
Several EU countries criticised the proposed law, saying it would break EU single market rules by discriminating against imported products.
Pro-Europe Czech Foreign Minister dismissed by President
Tomáš Petříček had clashed with the country's pro-Russian President over the use of Moscow's Sputnik V Vaccine before its approval in the EU.
Mandatory child vaccinations 'necessary in a democratic society'
The ruling came in a case involving several Czech families whose children had been refused admission to school because they had not been fully vaccinated against a panel of diseases.
Czechs have fourth new health minister in a year amid COVID-19 fallout
Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis fired Jan Blatny on Wednesday, the third health minister who has lost the job in the pandemic.
Wreckage of helicopter crash that killed Czech billionaire found
The helicopter crashed and rolled downhill for hundreds of feet in an area north of Anchorage, killing Petr Kellner, the richest man in the Czech Republic.
Has a football scandal exposed endemic racism in the Czech Republic?
Allegations of racism in the Rangers-Slavia Prague game has put the spotlight on attitudes to minorities in the Czech Republic.
Edible cup craze provides ecological alternative to throwaway culture
Made from pastry, they can hold drinks up to 85°C and last for 12 hours. But wait til you see what the next project from this couple will be...
Thousands of crosses painted onto Czech square to protest COVID deaths
The stunt in Prague's Old Town Square marked a year since the Czech Republic's first death from the disease.
Protesters mark anniversary of Czech Republic's first COVID death
Protesters angry with the Czech government's response to COVID-19 defaced the cobblestones of the world famous Old Town Square in the centre of the city by spray painting them with hundreds of white crosses.
Czech officials in Prague 'hit by massive cyber attack'
Czech officials in Prague have been hit by a large-scale cyberattack, according to the city's mayor.
Will the Czechs be the next to look to Russia and China for vaccines?
Central European neighbours Slovakia and Hungary have already taken delivery of Russia's Sputnik V jab.
Czech Republic imposes tightest restrictions yet amid COVID surge
More than 1,500 COVID-19 patients are occupying intensive care beds, the highest number yet recorded by the Czech healthcare system.
ICU capacity in Czech Republic 'will be exhausted in 2 weeks'
The Czech Republic health officials say hospitals are overwhelmed and they plan to ask for help from abroad when the numbers of remaining beds in hospitals reach 10%
Czech Republic set to take Poland to court over coal mine expansion
It will be the first legal case in EU history where one member state sues another for environmental reasons, according to the European Environmental Bureau.
COVID-19 variants spark fears of a surge in central Europe
New restrictions were announced by Prague on Friday while the number of COVID-19 patients in Slovakia has reached a new record high.
Czech arms company denies selling weapons to Hong Kong police
A weapons dealer in the Czech Republic has firmly denied rumours it has sold arms to police in Hong Kong.
COVID, crisis & the constitution: Is Czech Republic set for change?
With elections due in the autumn, it's not looking great for the ruling party in the Czech Republic. Here's why.
Fund for reconstruction of Czech church down to bare bones
The unusual place of worship is decorated with the remains of about 60,000 people, most of whom died from the Black Death.