There have been many headlines involving President Zeman’s team since the Senate speaker made public a doctors’ statement that the he is unable to perform his duties.
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Czech Radio has mapped out how information about the president’s health was provided to the public since the founding of Czechoslovakia.
Fears of rising prices and a shortage of goods caused by the global shipping crisis have prompted some Czechs to start shopping for Christmas earlier than usual.
A new project called Noráci, carried out by a group of Czech and Norwegian scholars, traces the fate of Czech men sent to forced labour to Norway.
The news that President Miloš Zeman is unable to perform his duties has sparked intensive debate on a possible transfer of the president’s powers.
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Following the sudden collapse of the biggest Czech alternative energy supplier, the national Energy Regulatory Office is seeking assurances others can meet peoples’ needs.
Czech legislators are discussing whether to declare May 27 – the day of the assassination of the Nazi governor Reinhard Heydrich, in 1942 – a “significant day”.
The second edition of Comic-Con Prague took place in the Czech capital at the weekend, drawing lots of fans of graphic novels, sci-fi and fantasy movies, series and books.