Thursday, 18 September 2014
Business | Radio Prague

A Czech business delegation has visited Iran on a fact-finding mission, the first of its kind in recent decades. Some 20 Czech firms, from machinery companies to pharmaceuticals producers, took part in the trip which could herald future closer cooperation between Iran and the Czech Republic, provided that sanctions imposed on Tehran over its controversial nuclear programme are lifted.

National | Radio Prague

Every year, some 700 tonnes of food in the Czech Republic end up in waste bins, which means that every single Czech annually wastes around 70 kilograms of food.



National | Radio Prague

Prague is not planning a mass repatriation of ethnic Czechs from Ukraine, the Czech Foreign Minister Lubomír Zaorálek said on a visit to the community on Wednesday.

National | Radio Prague

The British police have freed eight Czech citizens "enslaved" in Plymouth, in the southwest of the country, the news website Plymouth Herald has reported. The eight men had reportedly been forced to work for little or no money after having been trafficked into the UK by a criminal gang.

National | Radio Prague

Czech Finance Minister Andrej Babiš came fifth in a global billionaire political power index compiled by the US think tank Brookings Institute.

Business | Radio Prague

The short lived Czech and Slovak monetary union has been in the spotlight again as the referendum vote on Scottish independence looms on Thursday.

Life | The Prague Post

September schedule of multipurpose cultural venue Royal is jam-packed with music, film and theater events.

Arts | Prague TV

Physical comedy in the style of Umbilical Brothers. The motives of computer games accompanied by a live beatbox.

Arts | The Depaulia

Marek Hubáček, a native of Zlín, a small city on the Eastern half of the Czech Republic, has made unity the centerfold for his newly started Kickstarter campaign aimed at bringing his artwork to the city of Chicago.