Czech Republic

18 June 2018
The Dark Side of Czech Poverty Stats

Working poor must borrow to make ends meet, leading to a vicious cycle that sends many deep into debt.

 
15 June 2018
Czech-Romanian Project Documents Brutalist Landmarks Behind the Former Iron Curtain

Reviled by some at the time of their construction, Brutalist buildings are finding new supporters among the younger generations.

 
28 May 2018
Czech Artist Aims to Normalize Tourist-Choked Town Premium

Installation at Venice Biennale reflects the impact of mass tourism on UNESCO-listed heritage site.

 
15 May 2018
Was Skripal Still Spying?

Czech official gets fired over statements on Novichok, as reports suggest Sergei Skripal briefed Western intelligence agencies on Russian spying activities.

 
11 May 2018
Where Have All the Tex-Czechs Gone? Premium

One of the last bastions of the Moravian community in Texas may be nearing its end.

 
7 May 2018
Czech President, Premier Clash Over Novichok Premium

Powerful nerve agent produced in a Czech lab not the same as that used in Skripal poisoning, Czech officials say.

 
19 April 2018
A Rum Day for Central European Drinkers Premium

Suspected cancer-causing substance in Czech booze is also found in baby food and coffee.

 
12 April 2018
The Battle for Czech Public Media
Amid attacks on public television and radio, outcome rests with Prime Minister Andrej Babis. From the International Press Institute.
By Michal Musil
 
12 April 2018
EU to Ban Dual-Quality Food Premium

Commission bows to pressure from the east to end the practice, which food giants say simply reflects different consumer preferences.

 
11 April 2018
Czech, Hungarian Leaders Continue Efforts to Portray Press as Enemy
Despite murdered journalist, verbal attacks on media continue in Central Europe. From the International Press Institute.
By Benjamin Cunningham
 

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