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January 24, 2020
Prague Daily Monitor The Lamborghini Aventador started burning around 16:00 yesterday afternoon, closing the Blanka tunnel in both directions for about one and a half hours. Nobody was hurt in the incident. read more
January 24, 2020
Prague Daily Monitor The Prague Zoo is planning on raising the entrance fee for adults, students and children from three to fifteen years of age. Also increasing will be the amount of money from each entrance...
January 24, 2020
Prague Daily Monitor The Prague Technical Communication Agency will end its practice of renting placements for advertisers on billboards and posters in other public places. The reason given was to lower the visual smog around the city. read more
January 24, 2020
Prague Daily Monitor The Senate has proposed a day of mourning for Jaroslav Kubera, the President of the Senate who passed away suddenly on Monday, 20th of January. The funeral date nor his replacement have yet been decided. read more
January 24, 2020
Prague Daily Monitor PM Andrej Babiš is making clear arguments that the government has too many ministers and the country would be fine, or even better off, combining the positions into a more efficient...
January 24, 2020
Prague Daily Monitor It looks likely that scientists from the First faculty of Medicine at Charles University have found bones belonging to Hussite warriors at the ossuary Žehuň near Kolín. It is even possible that the remains belong to fighters...
January 24, 2020
Prague Daily Monitor The National Anti-Drug Agency in coordinated effort with Czech Post and the Customs Office uncovered two sales channels of drugs via the internet's darknet. The narcotics were shipped in...
January 24, 2020
by Filip Šebek | Czech Development Agency Mamacoffee, with the support of the B2B Program of the Czech Development Agency, has decided to build a business plan whose purpose is to map the options for building a processing facility for premium...
January 24, 2020
Prague Daily Monitor The air quality last year in the Ostrava area was the best in five years. The fact that it was the second warmest year since 1961 was a big help as less heating of buildings was required. In addition, there were good...
January 24, 2020
Prague Daily Monitor The flaming phenomenon, romantically released into the night sky, will now get the launcher in trouble with the authorities. The bill was approved by Prague representatives. The ban is part...

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