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Operalia celebrates Adriana Gonzalez and Xabier Anduaga
The annual competition, Operalia, serves as a springboard for young talent in the world of opera. Euronews spoke to the winners, as well as the founder Plácido Domingo to find out more.
Robotic bartender serves up cocktails for Prague clubbers
For revellers at one Prague megaclub, gone are the days of being squashed at the bar waiting to get a watered-down cocktail.
Sprinkler truck sprays people in Prague with water in 37C temperatures
Tourists in Prague's Old Town Square got a slight reprieve from the scorching heat on Tuesday when a city worker parked a sprinkler truck in the public plaza and sprayed water into the air.
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Huge protests in Prague demand resignation of Czech PM Andrej Babiš
Organisers say up to 120,000 people have protested in the Czech capital Prague calling for the resignation of Prime Minister Andrej Babis.
Czechs protest for the prime minister’s resignation
The government survived a vote of no-confidence over fraud allegations implicating the Prime Minister which he denies.
Booming bags: how EU Special Financing has helped a Czech company take on the world
A major weapon in the fight against single-use plastic is coming out of the Czech Republic, in part thanks to an EU scheme freeing up finance for small companies where banks fear to go.
Prague's 600-year-old medieval clock returned
Restoration works have been made for the clock to go back to its 19th-century mechanical design.
Russian objectors remember Prague invasion
A small group of Russians remembered the demonstration they held in Moscow's Red Square 50 years ago to protest their country's invasion of Czechoslovakia
Europe briefing: 7 stories to know about today
Here are the top stories from Europe and beyond we were following this morning, Tuesday, August 21.
Prague Spring at 50: what happened and what is its legacy?
It's 50 years since a Russia-led invasion of what was then Czechoslovakia put down an liberal uprising called the Prague Spring.
Watch: Endangered baby gibbon introduced to Prague zoo
WATCH: The Silvery Gibbon is one of the world's rarest primates.
53rd Annual Karlovy Vary International Film Festival
53rd Annual Karlovy Vary International Film Festival honours filmmakers and stars from around the world.
Laser research in Europe set to revolutionise our lives!
The EU is pursuing cutting-edge research with the international 'Extreme Light Infrastructure' (ELI) project. As part of the groundbreaking work, the world's most powerful laser is being built
At least four people have died following a fire at hotel in central Pr
The fire broke out on Saturday evening at the Eurostars David Hotel, situated near the Czech capital's National Theatre.
Footage shows deadly hotel blaze in Prague
The video shows people sitting on a first floor ledge as smoke billowed out of the building.
Prague Orloj goes back in time
The medieval astronomical clock has stopped for six months.
Rolando Villazón and Ildar Abdrazakov: a rare duo
Rolando Villazón and Ildar Abdrazakov team up for a rare series of duets in a Europe-wide tour.
Czechs mark 28 years since Velvet Revolution
Populist billionaire Andrej Babis, who's set to become the next prime minister, laid flowers at a monument to the Velvet Revolution and the reflected on the aspirations of the Czech people since the 1989 uprising.
Thousands marched in Prague to protest president and finance minister
Some 10,000 people took to the streets to protest against president Miloš Zeman and finance minister Andrej Babiš.
Zoo saws off rhino horns to protect against poachers
A Czech zoo has begun sawing off the horns of its 21 rhinos in order to protect them from poachers.
Ai Weiwei is installing in Prague a giant refugee boat
Chinese artist Ai Weiwei is installing in Prague his so far biggest artwork, refugee boat
Skaters take to frozen river in Czech capital
People were ice skating on the Vltava River in Prague for the first time in several years on Wednesday.
Czech puppets vie for UNESCO nod
Puppetry has a very long history across the Czech Republic and can be traced deep into the Middle Ages.
Traditional cycles on show at Prague race
High wheel bicycle enthusiasts gathered in Prague on Saturday (5/11) to compete in the traditional “Prague Mile” race in front of hundreds of spectators.
Prague Toilet Museum victims of own success
Flushed with success, a rare museum in Prague is moving to the Old Town to become more accessible to tourists.
Czech exhibition celebrates Communist Chic
An exhibition celebrating Communist-era interior design and fashion has opened in Prague.