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Prague's new 'Museum of Light' showcases cutting-edge video mapping, light illusions and interactive projections.
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People in Prague protest against high inflation and energy prices
Thousands of people rallied again in the Czech capital, Prague, on Sunday to protest against high inflation and demand the government’s resignation.
First pangolin born in Europe provides hope for endangered species
The pup’s parents arrived in Prague from Taipei Zoo, the leading breeder of the mammals that are hunted heavily for their scales and meat.
Pavel takes narrow lead in Czech Presidential elections
It has been widely reported that the victory was only by about half a per cent of votes.
Watch: Thick blankets of snow across parts of Europe
Snow storms hit many European countries Sunday evening as temperatures struggle to rise above freezing during the day.
SME Assembly in Prague: How can firms weather Europe's economic storm?
Policymakers hope Europe's current energy concerns can be turned into an opportunity and help hasten the green transition.
These six European cities have the best Christmas markets in 2022
Christmas markets are great places for finding unique stocking fillers.
Ukraine war: Five key developments to know about today
Here is a round-up of some of Sunday's main events linked to Russia's war against Ukraine.
The mythical creatures of Europe: The Golem
For our countdown to Halloween, we explore the mythical creatures of Europe. Today: Czechia and the Golem.
EU leaders set to debate price cap on gas to ease energy crisis
Ursula von der Leyen has proposed a cap on gas transactions and another on gas used for electricity generation.
European leaders hail united stand over Russia's war in Ukraine
Forty-four European leaders gathered in Prague at the first summit of a new international forum for discussing the challenges facing the continent.
Tourist fined for driving over Prague’s iconic Charles Bridge
Police say the car’s owner was issued a further fine for parking in an unauthorised area without paying.
Prague’s Lennon wall is completely repainted in just one day
The iconic Lennon Wall was spontaneously created on the Mala Strana in Prague in the 1980s. A symbol of freedom and western values in the then communist Czechoslovakia, John Lennon was depicted on the wall after his assassination, followed by people's messages of love and peace.
EU health ministers meet in Prague to discuss Ukraine and COVID-19
EU health ministers met in Prague with Ukraine and COVID-19 high on the list as well as the treatment of cancer in the bloc.
Top tech: Europe's future female leaders
Euronews meets Bukky and Consolata - two young women who are determined to close the gender gap. Sci-tech met them at a summer school for future business leaders.
What are Prague's priorities during its six-month EU presidency?
Prague will be hoping it comes out smelling of roses.
Russian embassy road in Vilnius to be named 'Ukrainian Heroes Street'
"From now on, the business card of every employee of the Russian Embassy will have to pay tribute to Ukrainian heroes," said Vilnius mayor Remigijus Šimašius.
Dan Brown introduces his book 'Wild Symphony' to Czech readers
Poetry, classical music, and colourful pictures in a children’s book... a rare combination from an author of fascinating mystery novels that draw on history to create breathtaking thrillers.
Signal festival of light illuminates historic Prague
The Signal festival of light illuminates Prague's historic centre. It features more than 20 installations by artists from across Europe, ranging from augmented reality to videomapping