A commemorative mass at St. Vitus Cathedral on Saturday paid tribute to the victims of the Heydrich Terror, the Nazi backlash following the assassination of Reich Protector
Culture Minister Lubomír Zaorálek has said he disagrees with the recent decision of a lower house investigative committee to initiate a criminal case against a number
German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier has awarded the Czech Roman Catholic priest and philosopher Tomáš Halík the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany
State-subsidised travel for senior citizens and students has led to full buses in
The Czech Republic has dropped by three positions to 32nd place in the World Economic
The Czech Republic is now ahead of Spain in terms of GDP per capita adjusted to
The Constitutional Court has invalidated a controversial law on taxing money returned to churches in compensation for property
The Czech branch of Extinction Rebellion has joined a wave of climate protests organised by the environmental group around
A meteorological column erected on the Prague square Vítězné náměstí in 1914 has just been restored. It is one of only two
The National Library of Israel has started digitising a long-lost batch of archival materials, belonging to Franz Kafka’s
The Czech Republic’s footballers have greatly boosted their chances of reaching Euro 2020 after beating England 2:1 in Prague.
A court has ruled that the last person who died in a communist jail in Czechoslovakia, Pavel Wonka, was being held unlawfully
For 83 years now listeners of Czech Radio’s external service broadcasts have been accustomed to hearing our specific call-sign.
The Velká pardubická, regarded as one of Europe’s toughest steeplechases, was first held in 1874. The 129th edition was
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