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Some of the thousands of statues, fountains, murals and other artefacts erected in the Czech Republic in the 1970s and 80s are set to receive better care and protection.
Daniel W. Koon will pursue research on electrical resistance of semi-conductors in Prague, Czech Republic.
Czech unemployment in February stayed at January s 8.6 percent and the number of job seekers dropped 0.6 percent to 625,390 while the amount of vacancies grew, the Czech Employment Office said today.
Only 34 percent of Czechs today 'trust' the European Union, according to a new poll released by the STEM agency.
As top Russian and U.S. diplomats met in Paris 5 March in the hopes of encouraging a dialogue between Moscow and Ukraine's new leadership, security experts were warning that Kyiv and Moscow are "locked in a cyber standoff," the BBC reports .
A mother and daughter who died under mysterious circumstances while vacationing in Egypt last year, may have died from electric shock, news website iDnes reports, citing an anonymous source.
Police in Prague are investigating the murder of Jiri Fiedler, an influential researcher on Jewish heritage in the Czech Republic.
Military observers from the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe on Saturday made a third futile attempt to enter Ukraine's Crimea Peninsula, having once again been forced back by Russian troops firing warning shots into the air.
She is currently attending AIT at Fort Sam Houston in Texas. Upon completion she will serve with the Iowa National Gauard 209th Medical Company in Iowa City.
In broad strokes, religion became more important for people in East-Central Europe over the last 20 years and less important for people in Western Europe.
Hundreds of people demonstrated against the Russian intervention in Ukraine s Crimea under the motto "For Your and Our Freedom" in four Czech towns tonight.
The ViA egrad Group states are urging the United States to boost natural gas exports to Europe as a hedge against the possibility that Russia could cut off its supply of gas to Ukraine.
Who better to show us around "his Prague" than US author and journalist Mark Baker? After all, the seasoned travel writer has penned a number of guidebooks to the city since moving here at the very start of the 1990s.
Toyota reconfirmed its commitment to its minicar alliance with PSA even though the French automaker has agreed a capital tie-up with China's Dongfeng Motor Corp. "Partnering with PSA allows Toyota to be profitable in the A-segment and this is the reason we extended this partnership," Toyota Europe CEO Didier Leroy said at the Geneva auto show where ... (more)
The Czech president, MiloA Zeman, says tough conditions should be attached to any European Union aid to Ukraine.