Friday Apr 26
Friday News Briefing
The dismissal of former Catholic Bishop Daniel Herman from his post as head of the Institute for the Study of Totalitarian Regimes , led critics to accuse opposition parties of trying to give totalitarian crimes a leftist spin in 2010.
Schindler's List: Inside Krakow, 70 years after the city's Jewish ghetto was emptied
'Before the war, more than 68,000 Jews lived in KrakA3w,' intoned our guide Bartek, looking mournfully around the crumbling ghetto square.
Tuesday News Briefing
Former Czech President Va clav Klaus has paid tribute to the late former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, the Czech News Agency reported April 8. In a statement, Klaus described her death as a "tremendous loss" to all proponents of freedom, democracy and capitalism.
French coach accident on Czech motor claims one life, 20 injured
A 16-year-old girl died and three persons received severe injuries in an accident of a French coach at D5 motorway exit at Rokycany this morning, rescue service spokeswoman Lenka Ptackova has told CTK, adding that some 40 people were taken for medical examination.
Prague Daily Monitor
Cooperation of Czech, German emergency services to improve
Czech and German health emergency services will be able to cooperate better when driving to patients in the neighbouring country under a framework cooperation agreement signed by the two countries's health ministers, Leos Heger and Daniel Bahr, Thursday.