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  1. Mac Tel Aviv looking to gather momentumRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Jerusalem Post

    Maccabi Tel Aviv is hoping to build on Sunday's celebrations in the win against Maccabi Netanya when it begins a three-match stretch over eight days versus Maccabi Haifa on Sunday.. Israel's Premier League clubs will enjoy a much-welcomed break for Rosh Hashana, but they will already be back in action over the weekend.


  2. Daily news summary 19.9.2017Read the original story

    20 hrs ago | Radio Prague

    One soldier died and another was injured following an explosion at a Czech Army building in Vyskov, around 30 kilometres from Brno, on Tuesday. The military academy complex has been sealed off but a spokesperson said there was no danger of further blasts.


  3. Czech suicide hot spots to be surveyedRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Radio Prague

    Every day, approximately four Czechs die by their own hands, putting the suicide rate in the country above the EU and global average. In an attempt to improve the situation, the National Institute of Mental Health has launched an unusual project, mapping places where suicides are frequently committed and proposing measures to decrease their frequency.


  4. Beersheba, Mac TA eye opening Europa winsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 13 | Jerusalem Post

    Hapoel Beersheba will need Czech striker Tomas Pekhart to be at his best against Lugano in Europa League action tonight with the team missing four other strikers through injury.. With last season's experience still fresh in their memories, Hapoel Beersheba and Maccabi Tel Aviv enter their Europa League group stage openers on Thursday night desperate for a winning start.


  5. Tchibo opens CZK 1.6bn distribution centre in ChebRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 7 | Prague Daily Monitor

    Tchibo Praha has opened an expanded distribution centre for its e-shop in Panattoni Park Cheb. The facility's area to let was expanded to 73,000 m2 from 39,000 m2.


  6. Mac TA brings in former England manager McClarenRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 7 | Jerusalem Post

    The two-time reigning champion has picked up just a single point from its first two games, drawing 1-1 with Netanya in its opener before losing 3-1 at Maccabi Haifa. Michael Ohana will try and help Hapoel Beersheba claim its first Premier League win of the season when it hosts Hapoel Ashkelon Friday..


  7. Football: Russia in sight for Germany as Kane ends droughtRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 1 |

    England' Harry Kane vies with Malta's Andrei Aguis during the FIFA 2018 World Cup Qualifying Group F Match Malta vs England at the National Stadium in Ta'Qali on September 1, 2017. PARIS: Mats Hummels fired Germany to the brink of qualification for the 2018 World Cup on Friday with a late winner against the Czech Republic, while Harry Kane scored twice as England downed Malta 4-0.


  8. Prague theatre festival protests against Serebrennikov's arrestRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 30 | Prague Daily Monitor

    Organisers of the international festival Theatre in Plzen, West Bohemia, protest against the detention of Russian theatre director Kirill Serebrennikov, suspected of embezzling a state subsidy, as politically motivated, festival director Jan Burian told journalists on Wednesday. "Serebrennikov is one of the most important figures of contemporary European theatre.


  9. Beersheba, Mac TA learn Europa group foesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 26 | Jerusalem Post

    Hapoel Beersheba is confident of reaching the Europa League round-of-32 for a second straight year after avoiding the big names in Friday's group stage draw in Monte Carlo. However, Maccabi Tel Aviv's chances of making the knockout rounds for the first time after four years suffered a blow after being placed in Group A with Villarreal of Spain and the champions of the Czech Republic and Kazakhstan, Slavia Prague and Astana, respectively.


  10. Daily news summary 23.8.2017Read the original story

    Wednesday Aug 23 | Radio Prague

    The first round of presidential elections is set to take place on January 12 and 13. The head of the Upper House, the Senate, Milan Stech, announced the date on Wednesday. Among the candidates for the post is the current head of state, Milos Zeman, lyricist Michal Horacek and Jiri Drahos, a former head of the Academy of Sciences, who have all already collected 50,000 signatures needed to officially register as candidates.


  11. Rare 'Miniature Kangaroos' Set to Make Their Debut at ZooRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 22 | MSN Living

    The miniature wallabies , Kai and Aru - also known as "miniature kangaroos " - recently arrived at the Chester Zoo in England from the Plzen Zoo in the Czech Republic. The unusual breed is native to Indonesia and is a type of marsupial found in the forests of nearby New Guinea.


  12. GLS opens two depots in CR, boosts capacity by 30%Read the original story

    Monday Aug 21 | Prague Daily Monitor

    Forwarding company GLS Czech Republic has boosted its network in the Czech Republic by opening two new regional depots in Klatovy and Sumperk. GLS CR has thus 19 depots in the express parcel forwarding segment now.


  13. Rare tiny wallabies Kai and Aru will go on display at Chester ZooRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 21 | Andover Advertiser

    The two dusky pademelons - a rare breed of wallaby from Indonesia - will make their public debut in the UK after arriving from Plzen Zoo in the Czech Republic. Keepers hope they will eventually introduce the marsupials, called Kai and Aru, to a female as part of a European-wide breeding programme for threatened animals.


  14. Jumping for joy! Get ready to meet the UK's ONLY - miniature kangaroos' at Chester ZooRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 21 | Wirral Globe

    Rare miniature male wallabies Kai and Aru will soon make their debut at the zoo - the first time the unusual Indonesian animals have ever been seen at Chester. Kai and Aru arrived from Plzen Zoo in the Czech Republic and mammal keepers hope to eventually introduce the duo to a female as part of a breeding programme for threatened animals.


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    Sunday Aug 20 | The Cyprus Weekly

    Cypriot champions APOEL will be seeking to reach the group stages of the Champions League for a fourth time on Wednesday as they take a 2-0 aggregate lead to the Czech Republic to face playoff opponents Slavia Prague. Goals from Igor de Camargo and Stathis Aloneftis inside the opening 10 minutes of the first leg in Nicosia on Wednesday has put Giorgos Donis' side in the driving seat, despite Slavia missing a host of chances to score themselves at the GSP.


  16. Daily news summary 19.8.2017Read the original story

    Aug 19, 2017 | Radio Prague

    Prague's Petrin Tower was lit up in the colours of Spain's national flag on Friday in a sign of defiance against terror and to honour the many people who were killed or injured in terrorist attacks in Barcelona and Cambrils. On Thursday, perpetrators purposely drove a lorry into pedestrians on Barcelona's busy Las Ramblas boulevard, killing at least 14, while additional members of the suspected terrorist cell killed one person in Cambrils and seriously injured three others.


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    Aug 18, 2017 | The Cyprus Weekly

    Apollon Limassol secured a late 3-2 win over Danish opponents Midtjylland on Thursday night in Larnaca in the Europa League first leg playoff meeting but the news was not so good for AEK Larnaca who slipped to a 3-1 defeat at Viktoria Plzen. Sofronis Avgoustis' side will travel to Denmark for the second leg next week to protect their lead after being twice equalised by the visitors at the AEK Arena.


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    Aug 17, 2017 | The Cyprus Weekly

    Apollon Limassol and AEK Larnaca will both be in Europa League action on Thursday night as both Cypriot sides aim to make a winning start to their first leg playoff encounters against Midtjylland and Viktoria Plzen respectively. Apollon will host the first leg in Cyprus against the Danish club with coach Sofronis Avgoustis set to be in the stands following his touchline ban earlier in the competition.


  19. Value from wastewaterRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 8, 2017 | Science, Industry and Business

    Sewage sludge contains lots of valuable elements which are prized as fertiliser for use in agriculture. Phosphorus in particular is an important nutrient for plants.


  20. Record 31 parties apply for running in Czech general electionRead the original story

    Aug 15, 2017 | Prague Daily Monitor

    Thirty-one election entities have applied for running in the October 20-21 Czech election to the Chamber of Deputies, which is the highest number in the history of the Czech Republic, CTK found out at regional offices where parties could submit their lists of candidates by 16:00 yesterday. Nominations have been submitted by almost all current parties in the Chamber of Deputies, i.e. the Social Democrats , ANO 2011, the Communists , the Civic Democrats , TOP 09, the Christian Democrats , the Mayors and Independents and Tomio Okamura's new grouping Freedom and Direct Democracy.