Friday, 28 August 2015
National | ČTK

Surgeons from the Prague-based Institute for Clinical and Experimental Medicine (IKEM) have performed a world unique liver transplant to save the life of a 34-year-old man poisoned by paracetamol, transplant surgery clinic head Jiří Froněk told reporters on Thursday. The patient, Lukáš Musil, suffered from liver failure caused by an acute poisoning by anti-fever medicines.

Life | Kids in Prague

Just over 200km south of Prague, this amazing looking structure allows visitors a unique view of the forest, it's canopy and beyond. Views extend towards Lake Lipno, the Šumava Mountains and the Austrian border.



National | Radio Prague

An abandoned truck in which Austrian police believe up to 50 immigrants might have suffocated to death bore the name of a Slovak company which belongs to Agrofert, the Czech flagship company of ANO leader and minister of finance Andrej Babiš.

National | ČTK

Three Czechs have been caught at home and at least five in other European countries within a raid on an international network of cocaine smugglers.

National | The Prague Post

The Czech government on Monday will discuss the transit of a US Armed Forces convoy across the Czech Republic. The transit, scheduled for Sept. 9–14, is to be called Danube Ride.

National | Radio Prague

The Czech Republic has had a poor reputation for relegating Roma children and children with disabilities to special schools for years. However, a recent survey carried out by People in Need and Palacký University in Olomouc suggests that the situation might be gradually improving.

National | Radio Prague

The city of Ustí nad Labem has put a 300 crown price tag on the heads of wild pigs which are increasingly invading the streets in search of easily available food.

Life | Radio Prague

John Mucha is the grandson of the famous Czech Art Nouveau painter Alphonse Mucha and president of the Alphonse Mucha Foundation. He talks about his latest project –a Mucha exhibition at the Russell-Cotes Museum in Bournemouth and ambitious plans to open a Mucha museum in Paris.

Life | The Prague Post

Several species of endangered birds have settled in the neighborhood of Toyota Peugeot Citroën Automobile (TPCA) car plant in Kolín, Central Bohemia. The situation has been confirmed by reports of scientists from the Czech Society for Ornithology, which studied the habitat of rare birds on TPCA premises.

Life | ČTK

Luděk, a male lynx that was spotted in south Bohemia in the spring, has appeared in Upper Austria 70 km away now, after evidently overcoming not only the local bustling roads but also the Danube.

Dining | Prague TV

If you happen to stroll down Žižkov's Bořivojova Street nowadays, past neighborhood cornerstones the Clown and Bard Hostel, Malkovich Bar, and Bukowski's, you might notice an eccentric newcomer making noise on the corner of Chvalova.

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Cinema | The Prague Post
Cinema | The Prague Post