Monday, 1 September 2014
Czech Republic and the EU | Radio Prague

The Czech Republic has reserved the right to reject tightened EU sanctions against Russia if they were to cause disproportionately high economic losses, PM Bohuslav Sobotka said after Saturday's EU talks in Brussels. At the talks the Czech PM urged a change of EU strategy towards Russia, saying that the first round of sanctions had failed to stop the violence in Ukraine and expressing doubts that additional sanctions would work.

Prague | The Prague Post

From now until early November, a wooden work and study space will be in Riegrovy sady in Prague 2. The space — which includes wooden benches, deskspace, WiFi and two electric outlets — is the first of its kind in Prague and is available for use free of charge.



Czech Republic and the EU | Radio Prague

Czech Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka has expressed support for the Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk to become the new head of the European Council.

National | Radio Prague

Czech Ombudswoman Anna Šabatová has stirred heated debate on the Czech political scene by standing up for two students who were banned from wearing headscarves at a medical school in Prague.

National | Radio Prague

President Miloš Zeman has come under fire for attending Saturday's election campaign launch of the Party of Citizen's Rights which was originally named after him.

National | Radio Prague

A man suspected of an acid attack against his ex-girlfriend has been placed in custody awaiting trial. The judge ruled in favour of custody for fear that the suspect, who had been living under a false identity and had no employment would try to flee the country.

National | Valley News/AP

A visit to the Flower Garden in the eastern Czech city of Kroměříž is like traveling 300 years back in time.

Cinema | Radio Prague

The Fresh Film Festival – highlighting films by debuting directors, students and professionals – is just around the corner, set to take place in Prague in the second half of September.

Dining | Prague TV

Participants of this year's Foodparade festival will experience an interesting introduction, which is an amateur cooking competition I Love Food.

Life | Radio Prague

A scenic stretch of asphalt from Nymburk to Poděbrady along the Elbe River is great for rollerblading.

Arts | Radio Prague

Vltava is considered by fans and critics alike to be one of the most original bands on Czech music scene, mainly due to their ambiguous lyrics full of witty word plays, catchy melodies combining various genres and charismatic high-pitched voice of the lead singer.

Life | Kids in Prague

The mushroom season usually begins in May and culminates in early November. So you still have a chance to spend a refreshing time in the forest being rewarded by full basket of mushrooms.

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