Zdena Koubková won two medals at the Women’s World Games in 1934. Two years later, at the age of 22, she underwent gender reassignment surgery and became Zdeněk Koubek.
News; Vaccination for uninsured foreigners opens; MEPs push Brussels to act over Czech PM’s conflict of interest; Jan Koura on Czechoslovakia's role in Cold War
MEPS have voted to issue proceedings against Andrej Babiš for breaches of EU law due to his alleged conflict of interest. It could spur the EC to take punitive action.
The Kovařovic Villa in Prague, one of the finest examples of Czech Cubist architecture, is up for sale.
From Friday, people without public health insurance, including foreigners residing long-term in the Czech Republic, are able to register for a coronavirus vaccine.
Despite more than three decades since the fall of communism, historians are still discovering new information about communist Czechoslovakia and its role in the Cold War.
News; RAF pilot General Emil Boček takes to the skies; Expert on upcoming Euro 2020; Barbora Krejčíková's French Open dream run; Jiří Kadlec on making historic wapons
Czech tennis player Barbora Krejčíková has made headlines around the world after a fantastic run at the French Open so far.
The continent’s biggest sporting event, the European Football Championships, kicks off on Friday night. But what are the Czechs’ chances at the tournament?
RAF pilot General Emil Boček, received a belated 98th birthday treat on Wednesday, taking to the skies in a De Havilland Tiger Moth, a plane he flew during the war.