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A celebration of Czech-Canadian friendship in Ottawa
The Czech Embassy in Canada this week organized a gala evening in Ottawa, celebrating the Czech-Canadians who helped mold the close relationship between the two nations.
US town of Crest Hill commemorates Lidice massacre
Various places around the world adopted the name Lidice, so that it would never be forgotten. One of them is the town of Crest Hill near Chicago.
Czech School in Chicago celebrates 100th anniversary
This weekend, the T.G. Masaryk School in Chicago celebrated its 100th year of existence. The institution was established in Chicago’s suburb of Cicero in 1921.
Wartime Czechoslovak spymaster František Moravec’s remains brought back from US
The remains of Czechoslovakia’s World War II head of intelligence, General František Moravec, are being ceremonially reburied in his home town of Čáslav this Tuesday.
Renaissance shield stolen by Nazis returned to Czechia by Philadelphia Museum of Art
A Renaissance shield, which was originally stolen by the Nazis from Konopiště Castle during WWII, is being returned to the Czech Republic by the Philadelphia Museum of Art
Czech Science Foundation signs unique cooperation agreement with US counterpart
An agreement reached between the US and Czech science foundations will allow scientists from the two countries to coordinate research and receive funding together.
Czechs abroad “running” campaign for postal voting rights
Czechs abroad calling for the introduction of postal voting in their native country have launched a novel campaign.
Czech restaurant in Washington reopens after two months of lockdown
US states are gradually easing restrictions imposed to contain the spread of coronavirus. As life slowly returns to normal, Czech Radio paid a visit to a Czech restaurant…