Zeman, speaking at AIPAC, again says 'I am a Jew'

Czech president expresses desire for world to join him in a global war on Islamic terrorism Add a comment

Czech publishers of Hitler speeches seek compensation

Brno-based publishing house asks gov’t to pay millions of crowns in lawyer’s fees Add a comment

Monday news briefing — March 2, 2015

Czech fugitive detained in Dominican Republic now back behind bars; Sobotka will send Pelikán’s nomination as new justice minister to president; Central bank governor says euro entry may not give expected boost to economy Add a comment

Sirens to sound for gunman's victims

Eight people gunned down last week will be commemorated across the Czech Republic this coming Thursday Add a comment

Minister: Czech police made no mistake against mass killer

Police did not know whether the gunman had hostages, were correct to wait it out Add a comment

ANO changes its internal rules

Leader of movement now acts independently of board Add a comment

Brabec, Stropnický elected to ANO board

Number of booard positions reduced from eight to seven Add a comment

LN: Only civil servants to become Czech ambassadors

Civil service law does not provide for former senior government officials to be considered Add a comment

ANO coalition partners angry with Babiš speech

South Moravia regional governor Michal Hašek warns of 'Agrofertisation' of regions Add a comment

Babiš: Dirty tricks in coalition government

ANO head gives speech very critical of major partner in government Add a comment

Babiš re-elected leader of ANO

Vote for billionaire media mogul was unanimous Add a comment

Czech president pays tribute to shooting victims

Family hadn't seen killer in 12 years; authorities set aside funds for victim's survivors Add a comment

Friday news briefing — Feb. 27, 2015

Six Czechs suspected of dubious loans for foreign projects; Czech police corps to be reinforced by 4,000 within five years; ČSÚ: Czech economy grew in 2014 Add a comment

Pub shooter’s gun license just extended

Interior minister will check whether the checking of firearm license applicants can be improved Add a comment

Thursday news briefing — Feb. 26, 2015

South Koreans may build rail link to Václav Havel Airport; Czech court sentences priest to five years for rape; Prague plans reconstruction of Czech plot in Hamburg port Add a comment

Czech detectives watch horses owned by Putin aide

Sanctioned Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov has elite horses stabled in Czech Republic Add a comment

How many Czechs have gun licenses?

After lone gunman kills eight in south Moravia, police reveal numbers, categories of guns that Czechs legally own Add a comment

Wednesday news briefing — Feb. 25, 2015

Slovak village in favor of keeping memorial to despised communist native; Czech state forest company refuses to return some forests to churches; ODS wants a referendum for euro adoption Add a comment

Timeline of the mass shooting in a Czech pub

Seven men and one woman were killed and the gunman committed suicide Add a comment

Czech prime minister visits the DMZ

Bohuslav Sobotka calls the world’s most heavily guarded site ‘a cheerless place’ Add a comment

Negotiator talked to gunman

Victims ranged in age from 27 to 66, waitress for 43 Add a comment

Update: Czech gunman was mentally unstable

Killer held a license for two guns, seven men and a waitress killed Add a comment

Gunman calls Prima television before killing eight

62 year old gunman claimed to have been harassed and that the authorities ignored it Add a comment

Tuesday news briefing — Feb. 24, 2015

Defense ministry will fire its expert at NATO, already stripped of security clearance; Zeman will appoint Pelikán to replace Válková as justice minister; Zaorálek pays visit to Ukrainian children, hit by war at home, in Czech Republic Add a comment

Czech firm fined over ISIS execution ad

Magazine did not commit a crime but broke advertising law with its frame grab of a real beheading video Add a comment

Roma integration strategy approved

Plan, which includes education, housing, jobs and security measures, would run until 2020 Add a comment

Monday news briefing — Feb. 23, 2015

Czech Republic’s first-round Davis Cup players announced; Czechs most worried about rising prices, inflation; court upholds punishment for violent communist-era police officer Add a comment

Priest killed by communists celebrated

Hundreds of people mark 65th anniversary of death of Czech priest tortured by communists Add a comment

False alarm: No bomb found at rail stations

Police searched Czech main railway stations after bomb threat Add a comment

Friday news briefing — Feb. 20, 2015

Over one-third of used cars sold with odometer tampering; Czech domestic violence victims have new help line; ČEB renews loans financing Czech exports to Russia Add a comment