The central committee of the Communist Party have refused to discuss holding an extraordinary congress in the wake of poor elections results, chairman Vojtěch Filip told
Celebrations of the centenary of the foundation of Czechoslovakia are due to culminate next weekend. Prague will see concerts, exhibitions, a military display, a parade
The number of teaching assistants working with special needs pupils in the Czech schools system has doubled in the last three years, Czech Television reported on Sunday.
One of the worst droughts in recent Czech history is still tormenting farmers, with
Faced by an acute labour shortage, the Czech Republic is set to take in up to 40,000
One of the Czech Republic’s biggest publishers, Albatros, has boosted its position
Prime Minister Andrej Babiš has gone back on a promise to implement a Code of Ethics for cabinet ministers, instructing
One of the events accompanying this year’s Forum 2000 conference was the Festival of Democracy, which featured discussions
There is only one place in the entire world where you can drink Pilsner Urquell – the very first pale lager known to man,
Little over a week before the centenary of the establishment of Czechoslovakia, a freshly released film brings the state’s
Czech tennis player Radek Štěpánek has bid a final farewell to his career. And the two-time Davis Cup winner has officially
The Czech Republic is one of the few countries in Europe whose incumbent presidents appear on postage stamps. A first such
The famous hotel and the 93-metres-tall television transmitter at the top of Ještěd Mountain is a unique architectural construction
The Grand Pardubice is the Czech Republic’s biggest horse-racing event and culminates with one of Europe’s toughest steeplechases.
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