Saturday, 29 April 2017
News | ČTK

The Turkish Foreign Ministry denounced the Czech Chamber of Deputies decision to recognise the Armenian genocide in the Ottoman Empire in 1915.

Life | Prague TV

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Politics | ČTK

Finance Minister Andrej Babiš (ANO) owes the public and government coalition partners answers to an awful lot of questions, Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka (Social Democrats, ČSSD) told journalists yesterday.

Prague | Prague TV

Security personnel at Václav Havel Airport Prague will start checking for trace elements of explosives inside checked baggage starting in May 2017.

Politics | ČTK

The resolution condemning Armenian genocide, passed by the Chamber of Deputies on Tuesday, may threaten the talks on billions of crowns Czech firms want to recover from Turkey and the fate of two Czech activists detained there, daily Lidové noviny (LN) reported yesterday.

National | Prague TV

After two years of stagnating beer consumption in the Czech Republic, domestic consumer interest has gone up. Some 16.38 million hectoliters of beer were consumed in the Czech Republic last year, nearly 200,000 hectoliters more than the year before, according to the Czech Brewery and Malt Association (ČSPS). The

National | ČTK

Finance Minister Andrej Babiš's (ANO) business activities and property situation remain insufficiently explained and provoke doubts, according to an analysis PM Bohuslav Sobotka's advisers have completed at his request.

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Life | Prague TV

Dutch discovery Klangstof is coming to Prague for the first time. The first Dutch band to play Coachella festival will perform in Chapeau Rouge on December 1st 2017. Tickets for 295 czk go on sale on Friday, April 28th 2017 at 10 am via fource.cz, GoOut.cz and Ticketpro.

Cinema | Prague TV

Horror films usually just deliver some thrills and frights. They seldom function as deep social commentary. Get Out, written and directed by Jordan Peale of the comedy team Key & Peele, has been a surprise hit, more for its social message than its scare value. But it has both.

Life | ČTK

A large exhibition mapping the 60-year career of legendary Czech pop music singer Karel Gott, 77, called "Gott, My Life," will be held on a boat anchored off the Vltava embankment in Prague from June 8 until the end of September, the organisers said in a press release yesterday.