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September 22, 2013
by Daniel Anýž | Hospodářské noviny It's ironic that Joe Biden will play the role of a conciliatory messenger, coming to Prague after the US plan to station an anti-missile radar here has been scrapped. As a...
September 22, 2013
Týden.cz Czechs who travel for legal joints to the Netherlands can paradoxically get marijuana originating in the Czech Republic. Holland is one of the destinations of marihuana from west Bohemian illegal...
September 22, 2013
by Vojtěch Blažek | Hospodářské noviny The government has drafted a new strategy to fight extremism and raise awareness of the dangers it poses. It is a reaction to the growing popularity of radical groups....
September 22, 2013
by Petr Weikert | Hospodářské noviny Slovak bears and wolves will be able to walk safely to the Czech Republic. They will have their own bridge, which will cost hundreds of millions of crowns. Subscribe to...
September 22, 2013
by Petr Weikert | Hospodářské noviny A Vysočina town of 2,000 inhabitants has come up with a unique idea. Instead damaging local public property, vandals can beat up special anger-management dummies....
September 21, 2013
Forum 2000 Foundation The 17th annual Forum 2000 Conference concluded in Prague on Tuesday evening. In total, more than 4,000 people attended panels to hear some of the 140 distinguished speakers, who provided who insights on the most pressing...
September 21, 2013
Forum 2000 Foundation The Burmese opposition leader, member of parliament and Chairperson of the National League for Democracy Daw Aung San Suu Kyi is visiting the Czech Republic for the first time in history.
September 21, 2013
by Kirsty Rigg | Prague Daily Monitor A man who claims his religion requires him to wear a sieve on his head has been granted permission to use a photo of himself wearing it – on his official ID card.
September 21, 2013
Radio Prague A small demonstration in the center of the biggest south Bohemian city, České Budějovice, on Saturday turned into an unruly xenophobic march to a neighborhood with a dense Roma population. It took many hours before the police, using...
September 21, 2013
Aspen Institute Prague The new Czech Prime Minster Jiří Rusnok offered Radek Špicar, the Executive Director of the Aspen Institute Prague to take over the Ministry of Environment. Mr. Špicar so far has not...

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