The businessman could face a daunting task of cobbling together a coalition after being indicted for fraud.
The stakes are extremely high ahead of the Czech elections, which could be a potential game changer for the entire region.
Some officials and locals fear the city center could become a ghost town without any sense of community.
Mogul Andrej Babis accuses political rivals of setting him up to derail his swift rise to power.
The Czech weapons that have appeared in Azerbaijan might indicate that Central Europeans are finally learning the realpolitik games of the West.
Nine out of the top 10 nations with the least healthy eating, drinking, and smoking habits are in the post-communist region.
Dozens of citizens send small bits of change along with insulting messages for Zeman.
Could Macron’s tactics on workers’ pay backfire and benefit the region’s populists?
The question of Czech responsibility for the wartime treatment of the Roma continues to rankle.
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