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July 9, 2020
Prague Daily Monitor According to a story run in Deník N, a blind woman going out for a morning walk ran into a nightmare scenario on Monday in Prague's trendy Žižkov area. read more
July 9, 2020
Prague Daily Monitor Whether PM Andrej Babis (ANO) was attacked by the Million Moments demonstrations, accused by the European Commission of a conflict of interest in wrongfully taking European subsidies after an audit was completed, or the...
July 9, 2020
Prague Daily Monitor The Czech political parties are promising more efficient offices, mainly through digitalization. The proposed law for a faster and more effective state originally came from the Starostové a nezávislí party (STAN). Since then...
July 9, 2020
Prague Daily Monitor As seems to be the norm this winter, the Czech Republic had another day of record warm temperatures on Sunday. With the warm temperatures came high velocity winds which knocked out electricity for hundreds of homes in the...
July 9, 2020
Two Hour School For bilingual families, choosing a school may no longer be a dilemma. The Two Hour School has opened in Prague. read more
July 9, 2020
by Paul Lysek | Prague Daily Monitor/Unicare With the headlines full of stories written to cause us anxiety about the flu and coronavirus, we asked our partners at Unicare, a Prague premium healthcare company, to help us write up some key...
July 9, 2020
Prague Daily Monitor The Prince of Lichtenstein Foundation has lost its case concerning ownership of 600 hectares of forest close to the city of Říčany, outside of Prague. The Constitutional Court upheld the prior verdict in the case which was...
July 9, 2020
by Brad McGregor | Prague Daily Monitor Not only are US citizens living overseas able to vote in all the various US elections, when it comes to Democrats, they are also able to participate in the exciting primary process. Next week, those...
July 9, 2020
HomeToGo As we celebrate the International Wheelchair Day this coming Sunday on March 1st, we are sharing the results of a report into the 'Most Wheelchair-Friendly Cities in Europe'. Prague ranked at spot #15...
July 9, 2020
Prague Daily Monitor The first three cases of people testing positive for the coronavirus in the Czech Republic were confirmed on Sunday evening. All of the infected are in residence at the Na Bulovce hospital in Prague, one patient arriving via...

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