A Visegrad Four summit in Israel has been cancelled after Poland announced it would not be attending the meeting over a diplomatic row with Israel.
Prague City Hall has agreed to start negotiating with Zdena Mašín about the possibility of exhuming her mother’s remains from a mass grave in Prague’s Ďáblice cemetary.
The region of Hradec Králové is seeking to get Vamberk bobbin lace a place on the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage list. The Czech Republic is expected to make a nomination
Czech economic growth in 2018 slowed to 3 percent, down from 4.5 the previous year,
The Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs is proposing an increase in old-age pensions
A full four-fifths of Czechs are happy with the state of their country’s economy,
Among those following developments in Venezuela with avid interest are Venezuelan emigres who have made a new life in the
The Czech Big Brother awards, recognizing the biggest privacy intruders of 2018, have gone to Facebook, the Czech Financial
It used to be a common form of transport and fun in winter months centuries ago, but its popularity receded with the introduction
Václav Hudeček got his first violin at the age of five and at 15 he performed at London’s Royal Albert Hall. The exceptionally
Defending champions Czech Republic exit Fed Cup in first round; Slavia extend lead as soccer top flight resumes; Sáblíková
Before there was the Charles Bridge, Prague was served by the Judith Bridge, which was destroyed by flooding in 1342. New
Most Czechs enjoy winter sports and are willing to spend large sums of money on holidays at ski resorts at home and abroad.
The winter Masopust carnival, a Czech equivalent of Mardi Gras, dates back many centuries in Bohemia and Moravia. People
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The Czechoslovak-Polish War of January 1919 – a brief clash with lasting consequences
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