In reaction to last week’s hijacking of a Ryanair aircraft in order to arrest an opposition blogger, Czech and EU leaders have agreed to ramp up sanctions on Belarus.
The Czech chapter of the humanitarian and development group ADRA has launched a unique “eDrive” event to support projects in Africa, such as testing for Covid-19.
For nearly 100 years, Merkur toys have been a popular component of many a child’s toy set. Its easy-to-use metal strips can be used to construct almost anything.
A convoy of US military vehicles has been crossing Czech territory on its way to Hungary to take part in the NATO Defender Europe 2021 exercise.
News; Vojtěch returning as health chief as Arenberger quits; Killer robots: Czechs working on AI prototype to wipe out pests with less insecticide; Exploring Ostrava.
Czechia will not withdraw a lawsuit it filed at the EU Court of Justice to halt operations at the Turów lignite coal mine in Poland, PM Andrej Babiš has announced.
Scientists in Brno have developed a “green” prototype robot that identifies insects harmful to agricultural crops and spays just enough of the right chemical to kill them.
Petr Arenberger, has announced his resignation as health minister after his financial affairs came under scrutiny. His replacement is former health chief Adam Vojtěch.
News; Monday sees hotels reopen in Czechia, schools return to normal; In memoriam: Sociologist Jiřina Šiklová; Dom Joly on his “magical” year in early ‘90s Prague
This Monday sees another series of restrictions lifted as the coronavirus epidemic in the Czech Republic subsides.