Tuesday, 25 April 2017
News | ČTK

Foreign Minister Lubomír Zaorálek wants to challenge with the European Human Rights Court in Strasbourg the verdict with which a British court acquitted a British citizen who killed a Czech man last year, he said Friday.

Life | ČTK

The exhibition of Gerhard Richter, the most expensive living artist, will open in the National Gallery in Prague on Wednesday, daily Lidové noviny (LN) reported Saturday.



 

 

Business | Prague Connect

“Only a man who knows what it is like to be defeated can reach down to the bottom of his soul and come up with the extra ounce of power it takes to win when the match is even.” Muhammad Ali

National | ČTK

The case of Ruslan Mukuschev, an ethnic Chechen with Austrian asylum who was recently arrested on a shopping trip to the Czech Republic, showed that the EU lacks legislation to bind its members to recognise asylum status granted elsewhere, daily Lidové noviny (LN) reported Friday.

Prague | Real Estate | Prague TV

The average temperatures in Prague have gradually risen to more 10 degrees Celsius since the 1960s, and the city is looking at ways to mitigate the problem. While 10 degrees does not sound warm, the average takes into account nights and also winter. The city wants to use green plants help to control the temperature.

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Life | Prague TV

Czech music icon Karel Gott is set to return to the stage on May 31 at Divadlo Hybernia with a concert called Karel Gott still aLIVE, which will feature duets with invited guests.

Life | ČTK

Czech writer with Bulgarian roots, Bianca Bellová, 47, has received this year's European Union Prize for Literature for her novel Jezero (The Lake), the press section of the European Commission (EC) Representation in the Czech Republic announced Friday.

Life | Prague TV

Opinions on whether or not it is a hoax are divided, but the web always poses dangers

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Opinion | ČTK

Czech political parties present general visions rather than attractive programs with concrete issues, and their effort may seem ridiculous but it also tells something more important about the atmosphere in Czech society, Petr Kamberský writes in daily Lidové noviny (LN) Saturday. The Social Democrats (ČSSD) are seeking Czechia 20+, TOP 09 presented The Vision 2030 and the Christian Democrats (KDU-ČSL) call its long-term programme Czechia 2050, and the amoebic ANO movement's leader Andrej Babiš has "his dream" that is likely to copy the dreams of his voters.