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February 21, 2013
ČTK Czech scientists stay in the last positions in terms of successful applying for European Research Council's (ERC) grants, Czech PM's adviser Rudolf Hanka said Wednesday, adding that the Czech scientists' success rate is 4.8%, compared to the...
February 21, 2013
ČTK The Office for Personal Data Protection has launched administrative proceedings against Lenka Bradáčová, head of the High State Attorney's Office in Prague, over the across-the-board disclosure of the pay of state attorneys and other staff...
February 21, 2013
ČTK The lower house of Czech parliament Tuesday approved the deployment of Czech troops in Mali within the EU training mission from April 2013 to June 2014.
February 21, 2013
ČTK The Chamber of Deputies Tuesday passed an amendment improving the position of people who are granted asylum or additional protection in the Czech Republic.
February 21, 2013
ČTK A Brno district court wants to question 17 Czech proponents of extremist ideas on charges of spread of Nazism and racism in the next three days of their trial that started Tuesday, court panel chairwoman Lenka Nekudová said.
February 21, 2013
ČTK The anti-corruption police have been checking from whom the Party of Citizens' Rights of Miloš Zeman (SPOZ) received money for its operation, weekly Respekt writes Tuesday, adding that it might be sponsors of the right-wing Civic Democratic...
February 21, 2013
ČTK Unsuccessful Czech presidential candidate Zuzana Roithová will give CZK 40,000 that remain on her transparent election account after her campaign to a group helping deafblind people and a family that takes care for five children in need, she...
February 21, 2013
ČTK The Chamber of Deputies Tuesday definitively passed its original version of the bill abolishing both parents' obligatory agreement with the method of medical treatment of their kid and rejected some additional proposals submitted by the...
February 21, 2013
ČTK President-elect Miloš Zeman said Tuesday František Čuba, former chairman of the south Moravian agricultural cooperative in Slušovice, an economic empire under the late communist regime, will be his close aide for agriculture and economy.
February 21, 2013
ČTK The Prague City Court has joined, as an enjoined party, the proposal by a group of senators that the Constitutional Court abolish a part of the amnesty President Václav Klaus declared on New Year's Day.

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