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Woman sentenced for abducting baby

Prague woman pretended to be pregnant and then abducted three-month old baby Add a comment
 

Crime rate drops, but more murders

Largest decrease is in petty crime; car theft also down Add a comment
 

Žižkov clinic protest continues

A second protest is scheduled in an effort to create a community clinic Add a comment
 

Blanka price tag still rising

Tunnel is years late, way over the original estimate Add a comment
 

Prague shows solidarity with Paris

A gathering outside the French Embassy for the terror victims Add a comment
 

Politicians condemn massacre at Paris paper

Twelve people were killed in attack on Charlie Hebdo, apparently carried out by religious extremists Add a comment
 

Castle plans big repairs

Upgrades to historical seat of head of state expected to cost some 300 million Kč Add a comment
 

Japanese tourist caught vandalizing National Theatre

Police use TASER device to take down culprit fleeing along embankment Add a comment
 

People march in support of Žižkov squat

Some 700 demonstrators support community center in Prague Add a comment
 

Video captures sparking trams in ice

Prague transportation agency shows why tram service had to stop Add a comment
 

Opencard scandal leads to call for change

MfD: Czech MPs want attorney rotation as anti-corruption step Add a comment
 

Trams getting back to normal

Service being restored throughout the city Add a comment
 

Crowd hurls eggs, tomatoes at Zeman

President could hardly get a word in at 1989 commemorative event as Czechs boo him throughout his speech Add a comment
 

Giving Zeman the red card

On Nov. 17, Czech protesters will express their disdain for and disappointment in head of state Add a comment
 

Sir Nicholas Winton donates tree to Prague botanical garden

Winton gives branch of 200-year-old mulberry tree from his own garden to Prague Botanical Garden Add a comment
 

Cage-sitting in solidarity with incarcerated Azerbaijanis

People in Need organizes event on náměstí Míru in support of political prisoners under totalitarian regime Add a comment
 

City Hall: Winged Lion must fly away

A recently placed war memorial is caught up in red tape and may have to be moved Add a comment
 

Election campaigns criticized for lacking ideas

Reflex: candidates' promises are unrealistic and populist Add a comment
 

New bridge, part of Blanka project, opens to the public

Expensive Troja Bridge spans the Vltava River between Holešovice and Troja Add a comment
 

TOP 09, ANO neck and neck

Prague Assembly election is a close race Add a comment
 

Arbitrators end Blanka tunnel dispute

Prague ordered to pay 1 billion Kč to settle legal wrangling with the Metrostav construction firm Add a comment
 

Eight days in, Ashya King’s therapy proceeds ‘according to plan’

Proton center’s spokeswoman says it is still too early to make a prognosis; 23 radiations remain Add a comment
 

Court rules Presidential Office lawyer’s firing was invalid

Pavel Hasenkopf had been dismissed because of a public dispute with the president over authorship of the controversial Klaus amnesty Add a comment
 

British boy starts proton therapy in Prague

Ashya King receives the first of 30 irradiations targeting brain tumor at special center Add a comment
 

Prague will get new memorial for Palach

Prague City Gallery to declare a competition soon for design of monument dedicated to student martyr Add a comment
 
Picture of a slang term written in place of a customer’s name made news in South Korea Add a comment
 

DLA Piper announces merger

Global law firm joins with Prague-based Haškovcová&Co. Add a comment
 

Prague suspends partnership with Russian cities

City Council decides to cut ties with Moscow, St. Petersburg over ‘imperial’ Russian invasion in Ukraine Add a comment
 

Park named after man who saved political prisoners' ashes

František Suchý and his son had saved ashes and lists of people executed without their families’ knowledge under Nazi and communist regimes Add a comment
 

Demonstrators protest China’s suppression of Falun Gong

Protesters make clear they are not against trade with China but seek to highlight human rights abuses Add a comment