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  1. The Morning Vertical, August 23, 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Weekday Magazine

    Prominent Russian sociologist and dissident Igor Eidman, who resides in Germany, has started a Facebook group to counter Kremlin propaganda in that country. In Riga, Anton Lysenkov, a former journalist for Lenta.ru, has started a magazine called Spektr that is dedicated to countering the narratives on Russian state television and providing Latvia's Russian speakers with quality reporting, analysis, and commentary in their language.

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  2. Daily news summary 3.8.2017Read the original story

    Thursday Aug 3 | Radio Prague

    The Czech central bank has moved to increase interest rates for the first time since 2008. At its meeting on Thursday the bank's board decided to raise the two-week repo rate by 20 basis points to 0.25%.

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  3. Slavia Prague proceed in Champions League, Viktoria Plzen outRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 2 | Radio Prague

    In football, there was mixed news for Czech clubs in qualifying for Europe's Champions League. Slavia Prague lost 1:2 away against Belarus team Borisov after a 1:0 win at home a week earlier.

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  4. Belarus BATE wins Slavia, not enough for Champions League playoffsRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 2 | Xinhuanet

    Belarusian football club BATE Borisov beat Prague's Slavia in the second leg of the third round qualifying of Champions League in Borisov with a score of 2-1, but Slavia progressed through after two legs on away goals rule. BATE lost to Slavia following the results of the two meetings of the Champions League qualification and will fight for an exit in the group stage of the League of Europe.

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  5. Daily news summary 2.8.2017Read the original story

    Wednesday Aug 2 | Radio Prague

    Two Czechs accused of being part of the Kurdish militia YPG were sentenced in a Turkish court on Wednesday to six years three months each. The two, Marketa VA elichovA and Miroslav Farkas, could have faced maximum jail sentences of 15 years.

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  6. Vrba: Playing for scoreless draw against FCSB would be suicidalRead the original story

    Tuesday Aug 1 | Radio Prague

    Viktoria PlzeAS manager Pavel Vrba says it would be suicidal for his team to play for a 0:0 draw in the second leg of their Champions League third qualifying round tie with Bulgarian club FCSB on Wednesday night. The first leg in Bucharest ended 2:2, so a 0:0 or 1:1 draw would be enough to see PlzeAS through.

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  7. Ambitious Czech football clubs rely on new players from abroadRead the original story

    Sunday Jul 30 | Prague Daily Monitor

    The Czech top football league wants to attract the attention of football fans by a high number of new players from abroad in its new season that opened this weekend. As the next champion of the league is likely to directly advance to the group stage of the Champions League, which includes a bonus of 330 million crowns, the most ambitious Czech clubs, Slavia and Sparta, invested unusually high sums in newcomers to their teams in order to win the league this year.

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  8. Daily news summary 26.7.2017Read the original story

    Wednesday Jul 26 | Radio Prague

    The European Commission has moved proceedings against the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland for not fulfilling their duty to take in refugees into a second phase. The commissioner for migration, home affairs and citizenship, Dimitris Avramopulos, announced the news on Wednesday.

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  9. Work to do for Czech clubs after Champions League third round first legsRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 25 | Radio Prague

    Slavia Prague beat BATE Borisov of Belarus 1:0 at home in the first leg of their Champions League third round qualifying game on Tuesday evening. The only goal of the game came from a 20th minute penalty.

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  10. Sports News 24.7.2017Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 24 | Radio Prague

    In Sports News this Monday: Kreuziger, 24th, satisfied with Tour de France after success for teammate Yates; KulhavA1 2 and Nash lift sixth national cross country titles; Slavia prepare to welcome BATE in Champions League qualifying; and goalie JaroA , 16, joins Liverpool. The best of the Czech competitors in this year's Tour de France, which reached a climax in Paris on Sunday, was Roman Kreuziger.

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  11. Ghanaian striker joins Cypriot side AC Omonia Nicosia on four-year dealRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 19, 2017 | Ghanamma.com

    Ghanaian striker Isaac Amoako has joined Cypriot side AC Omonia Nicosia on a four-year deal, GHANAsoccernet.com can exclusively report. The former Kotoko and Liberty Professionals forward has returned to his native country to complete paperwork before joining his new team for pre-season, scheduled to take place in Ukraine.

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  12. Scottish clubs await fate in European draws - Rangers and St...Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 18, 2017 | Sunday Herald

    RANGERS' return to European football for the first time in six seasons could see them sent to a location as diverse as Armenia, Andorra or Kosovo. The draw for the first two qualifying rounds of the Europa League and the Champions League will be made tomorrow, with the Ibrox club, Aberdeen , St Johnstone and Celtic all set to learn their fate.

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  13. Scottish clubs await fate in European draws - Rangers and St...Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 17, 2017 | Sunday Herald

    RANGERS' return to European football for the first time in six seasons could see them sent to a location as diverse as Armenia, Andorra or Kosovo. The draw for the first two qualifying rounds of the Europa League and the Champions League will be made tomorrow, with the Ibrox club, Aberdeen , St Johnstone and Celtic all set to learn their fate.

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  14. Sweden beats France as Lloris gifts winner; Netherlands winRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 9, 2017 | Daily Herald

    France's goalkeeper Hugo Lloris, centre, saves a shot as France's Frankrikes Benjamin Mendy, left, runs away and Sweden's Marcus Berg looks on during the World Cup 2018 group A qualifying soccer match between Sweden and France Friday June 9, 2017 at the Friends Arena in Solna, Stockholm. Sweden's Ola Toivonen celebrates after scoring their second goal during the World Cup 2018 group A qualifying soccer match between Sweden and France Friday June 9, 2017 at the Friends Arena in Solna, Stockholm.

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  15. One horse races abound in Europe, from Bundesliga to BulgariaRead the original story w/Photo

    May 11, 2017 | The Star Online

    It's a far cry from the Bundesliga's ultra-modern stadiums and multi-million euro teams to Bulgaria's more humble league, yet the two have one thing in common - predictability. Bayern Munich recently strolled to their fifth successive German title virtually unopposed, lifting the trophy with three matches to spare while Ludogorets Razgrad, not to be outdone, won the Bulgarian contest with five matches left to become champions for the sixth season in a row.

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  16. Factbox - Predictable European soccer leaguesRead the original story w/Photo

    May 11, 2017 | The Star Online

    Following are some of the European soccer leagues which have come to be dominated by one team over the last few seasons: Austria. Salzburg need one point from their last four games to clinch the title for the eighth time in the last 11 seasons.

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  17. One horse races abound in Europe, from Bundesliga to BulgariaRead the original story w/Photo

    May 11, 2017 | Channelnewsasia.com

    It's a far cry from the Bundesliga's ultra-modern stadiums and multi-million euro teams to Bulgaria's more humble league, yet the two have one thing in common - predictability. Football Soccer - VFL Wolfsburg v Bayern Munich - Bundesliga - Volkswagen Arena, Wolfsburg, Germany - 29/4/17 Bayern Munich's Robert Lewandowski, Arturo Vidal and Rafinha celebrate after the match after winning the Bundesliga Reuters / Kai Pfaffenbach Livepic ZURICH: It's a far cry from the Bundesliga's ultra-modern stadiums and multi-million euro teams to Bulgaria's more humble league, yet the two have one thing in common: predictability.

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  18. Ghanaian striker Joel Fameyeh scores to salvage point for Dinamo BrestRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 16, 2017 | GhanaWeb

    It was a memorable day for Ghanaian young forward Joel Fameyeh who grabbed his debut goal of the campaign for Dinamo Brest in Belarus. The goal by the former Local Black Stars striker was enough to salvage a point for against Brest giants Bate Borisov at the Stadyen DASK Brestski .

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  19. The Morning Vertical, March 27, 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 27, 2017 | Weekday Magazine

    This weekend's demonstrations in Russia and Belarus illustrate that autocratic countries are not immune to the antiestablishment wave that has swept the democratic West in recent years. And the heavy-handed tactics used by Vladimir Putin and Alyaksandr Lukashenka illustrate that their respective regimes take the threat of a popular uprising seriously.

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  20. MTS Belarus extends 4G to Drogichin and LuninetsRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 27, 2017 | TeleGeography CommsUpdate

    Belarus has extended its in-deployment 4G network to subscribers living in Drogichin and Luninets, and confirmed that work to deploy additional 4G base stations in Minsk, Brest, Grodno, Lida and Polotsk are almost complete. The says the new equipment will both expand coverage and increase network capacity, noting that as a result of its latest expansion, its network now covers all regional and 26 district centres, the Minsk national airport, the 'Staiki' Olympic sports complex and the 'Great Stone' industrial park.

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