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Czech terrorists
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Two Czech YPG militants arrested by Turkish Police

Two Czech citizens who fight for Syrian terrorist organization YPG were arrested by Turkish Police in Sirnak City in Turkey. According to the Turkish Officials, the two suspect said they were trained at French Legion Camps and by German Special Forces to fight in Syria for YPG. Miroslav Farkas ( alias Serxwebun Botan ) and… Keep Reading

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Elephant calf struggles for its life

Staff at zoo in Ostrava try tube feeding and have reached out to zoos across the world for help Ostrava, north Moravia, Feb. 6 (ČTK) — Experts in the Ostrava zoo are struggling to keep alive the elephant young that was born Tuesday but has refused to drink from its mother, the zoo’s spokeswoman Šárka… Keep Reading

Zeman: Accepting refugees plays into Islamic State's hands
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Zeman: Accepting refugees plays into Islamic State’s hands

Czech president warns of growing reach of terrorist group Prague, June 28 (ČTK) — The accepting of migrants largely facilitates Islamic State’s (IS) expansion to Europe, Czech President Miloš Zeman said in an interview with Parlamentni listy.cz server, adding that all UN Security Council standing members must be persuaded of the need to intervene against… Keep Reading

Czech Presiden Milos Zeman to visit China
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Zeman calls for ‘restart’ of Chinese relations

President’s comments were met with harsh criticism from politicians Czech President Miloš Zeman gave an interview to Chinese television ahead of the visit of Chinese President Xi Jinping. His comments were met with with criticism from several politicians. Zeman called for a new era in relations between the Czech Republic and China. “Let us restart… Keep Reading

Chinese flags vandalized
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Chinese flags vandalized

Banners to welcome President Xi Jinping were hit with paintballs Dozens of banners representing the Chinese flag were vandalized by someone in dark clothing during the night of March 25–26. The banners are along routes that will be seen by Chinese President Xi Jinping, who is to arrive on a three-day state visit on March… Keep Reading

Himmler
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Nazi occult books found in Czech National Library depot

Some 13,000 volumes were collected by Himmler for his planned new Camelot Books on witchcraft and the occult collected by SS chief Heinrich Himmler were found in a storage depot near Prague used by the Czech National Library. The depot has not been accessed since the 1950s, according to UK tabloid the Daily Mail, which… Keep Reading

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Czech Republic ties for EU’s lowest unemployment

Unemployment rate was the lowest since November 2008 The euro area (EA19) seasonally adjusted unemployment rate was 10.4 percent in December 2015, down from 10.5 percent in November 2015, and from 11.4 percent in December 2014. The CzechRepublic tied with Germany for lowest unemployment in the EU, with 4.5 percent. “The unemployment rate in December… Keep Reading

Miloslav Ransdorf
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Miloslav Ransdorf dies

The MEP has recently been caught up in a scandal in Switzerland Czech Member of European Parliament Miloslav Ransdorf (Communists, KSČM) has died Jan. 22 at the age of 62, reportedly of a stroke. The information was confirmed by source in the Communist Party. Earlier in the day he had been rushed to the Institute… Keep Reading

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Zeman calls for NATO to guard EU borders

Czech president says the plan for a newly created guard in insufficient Czech President Miloš Zeman said NATO would do a better job of protection European borders from immigrants than the proposed European Border and Coast Guard. “I favor a joint NATO command to protect the EU borders, similar to what exists in Afghanistan,” Zeman… Keep Reading

czech-health
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Wednesday news briefing — Jan. 20, 2016

Parents may avoid vaccinating children in exceptional cases; Group says there is a third child custody case in Norway; Zaorálek calls for backup plans; Czech Radio getting new director Parents may avoid vaccinating children in exceptional cases The Czech Constitutional Court (ÚS) ruled that parents can refuse to have children vaccinated based on freedom of conscience in… Keep Reading

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