Media freedom in Central and Eastern Europe has dramatically deteriorated since five countries in the region joined the EU.
Czech government is beefing up cyber security to counter possible Russian intervention in upcoming elections.
Property prices are skyrocketing in Central and Eastern Europe, making Airbnb the scapegoat of Prague renters.
Zeman allegedly restated his support for former wife of current U.S. president’s bid to become ambassador.
Finds from an ancient campsite reveal changing ways of life at a crucial period in the development of modern Europeans.
Brussels will assume a hard line against Hungary, Poland, and the Czech Republic over their refusal to accept refugees according to previously agreed quotas.
After years of rancorous debate, non-smokers can finally take a breath of fresh air.
The brainchild of a Czech linguist and a Croatian anthropologist, the language aims to build bridges between Slavic people.
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"The course was amazing! I did benefit a great deal and also learned a lot about foreign journalism. In addition, I really liked the combination of course in the morning and working on the field in the afternoon. Definitely would recommend this course to everybody who is interested in journalism or who is already working as a journalist."
Claire Micallef (Switzerland), Going on Assignment in Prague, July 2017
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