News; Andor Šandor on protecting soft targets from terrorist attacks; what Russian gas halt would mean for Czechia; Czech painter Tibor Červeňák
The “Devil’s Arse” (Ďáblova prdel) is a famous rock formation in the area of “Czech Canada”, a national park that is filled with granite rocks.
According to Industry and Trade Minister Jozef Síkela, Czechia would face an uncomfortable period if Russia were to totally halt its gas deliveries to the EU.
Does Czechia lack a comprehensive system for protecting soft targets and can it guarantee top security at EU presidency events?
News; Czechs' success at Karlovy Vary film festival; tennis duo Barbora Krejčíková and Kateřina Siniaková win Wimbledon doubles; František Vrábel on Russian disinformation
Russian military equipment destroyed on the battlefields of northern Ukraine is on display in Prague.
Czech filmmakers had a Karlovy Vary International Film Festival to remember, winning the Best Director and Best Actor prizes as well as the Proxima competition.
Czech tennis duo Barbora Krejčíková and Kateřina Siniaková won their second Wimbledon doubles title on Sunday, after beating Zhang Shuai and Elise Mertens in the final.
The leaders of the newly established Czechoslovakia should have done far more to ensure its stability. So says historian Professor Igor Lukeš, in an interview that also…
Czechia’s largest international music festival, Colours of Ostrava kicks off next week. It will featuer some of the biggest stars from around the world.