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Prague rocked with protests amid diplomatic row with Moscow
President Milos Zemen cast doubts over whether the Russian Secret Service was to blame for a deadly explosion in 2014.
You'll be able to get a night train from Brussels to Prague from 2022
The project aims to capitalise on surging demand for climate-friendly travel.
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.
16 and 60: Travelling through Europe with my grandmother
Adam English was a teenager when he travelled to Vienna, Budapest, Prague and Germany by coach with his grandmother.
First COVID-19 vaccinations take place in Rome and Prague
An Italian nurse, Claudia Alivernini, became the first person in Italy to receive the COVID-19 vaccine while Czech prime minister Andrej Babis kicked off the country's coronavirus vaccination programme.
Hardy swimmers take a Christmas dip in Prague's Vlata river
It was the 74th edition of the event which commemorates the life of Alfred Nikodém, who was a goldsmith and a promoter of a spartan lifestyle.
Prague sets up drive-through St Nicholas event amid COVID restrictions
A Prague-based circus has established a drive-through facility to allow St Nicholas to give presents to the city's kids amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Prague Zoo launches fundraising effort to feed its animals
The zoo has been significantly affected by the government's restrictive measures imposed to contain the coronavirus pandemic.
Meet the Czech volunteers helping out in hospitals amid COVID-19 surge
Hundreds of Czechs are in training to become healthcare volunteers as a new wave of COVID-19 threatens to overwhelm hospitals.
Czech hospitals under pressure as coronavirus cases surge
The number of new COVID-19 cases rose by 50% in September, Europe’s second-largest spike in cases.
Banquet in Prague to celebrate the end of the lockdown
Thousands of Czechs celebrated the coming end of most COVID-19 restrictions in the country with a dinner in the capital on Tuesday night.
Starved for culture, Czechs hold drive-in festival
A Prague festival producer said the coronavirus pandemic has forced him turn his festival into a drive-in event.
Russia denies plot to assassinate Prague's mayor
It’s alleged that a Russian agent was sent to Prague to poison the mayor with ricin, a highly potent toxin.
Czech Republic tests nanotechnology for disinfecting public transport
Czech Republic transit workers have been spraying trams and buses with different types of disinfectant nano-polymers in the fight against COVID-19.
Prague set to rile Moscow by naming square after Boris Nemtsov
To make matters worse, the square is near the Russian embassy in Prague.
Europeans drop their trousers on public transport for annual event
Organisers want commuters to stop looking at their phones.
Meet the central European capitals fighting their populist governments
It's a move that says as much about Europe's political polarisation along urban and rural lines as it does about the four countries involved.
Tens of thousands protest against Czech PM after damning EU report
The latest protest against Andrej Babis was called after Czech prosecutors reopened a probe into Babis's business dealings.
At least 200,000 protest in Prague against Czech PM Andrej Babis
It's claimed to be one of the biggest protests since the fall of communism 30 years ago.
Czechoslovakia's Velvet Revolution 30 years on
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.
Czech police investigate claims Hitler mask was on sale in Prague shop
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.
300,000 mourners pay respects to Karel Gott, 'Sinatra of the East'
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”.
Andrej Babis probe: Czech lawyers drop fraud charges
The Prague state attorney has halted a criminal investigation into whether Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis abused EU subsidies.
Soap opera? Prague music fans watch Don Giovanni from the bath
The stunt was based around an anagram – Don Giovanni in Czech is 'John do vany' which also means 'John into the tub'.