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    5 hrs ago | Newms360.com

    ... said Professor Petr Neuzil, M.D., Head of the Department of Cardiology of Na Homolce Hospital in Prague, Czech Republic and one of the Principal Investigators of the study. The 27 patients that met the study inclusion criteria were implanted with ...

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  2. Daily news summary 25.9.2018Read the original story

    7 hrs ago | Radio Prague

    ... they are considering setting down more stringent requirements for pork products imported to the country. The Czech Republic has placed 30th on the Economic Freedom of the World Index published by the Canadian Fraser institute, up by seven spots ...

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  3. Novartis to cut 2,200 Swiss jobs by 2020Read the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Swissinfo

    ... service centres (Dublin, Ireland, Hyderabad, India, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Mexico City, Mexico, and Prague, Czech Republic). In this case, the group's Basel campus will suffer most of the cuts, the statement said. "We are aware of the impact of ...

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  4. Paid sick leave for the entire duration from July next yearRead the original story

    16 hrs ago | Prague Daily Monitor

    Czech Television reports that the ruling coalition has agreed on implementing a paid sick leave policy for all employees from July next year. Currently, employees who are on sick leave do not receive any sickness compensation for the first 3 days of their illness.

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  5. CSSD suggests CZK 1200 increase in minimum wageRead the original story

    16 hrs ago | Prague Daily Monitor

    Novinky.cz reports that according to Minister for Labour and Social Affairs Jana Malacova , the minimum wage for next year will increase by CZK 1200. This is less than the CZK 1500 that CSSD had demanded from its partner ANO in the ruling coalition, but is a compromise from the CZK 1000 that PM Andrej Babis had suggested.

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  6. Zeman and Bannon disagreed on ChinaRead the original story

    16 hrs ago | Prague Daily Monitor

    President Milos Zeman told PrA vo, that he disagreed with Steven Bannon, US President Donald Trump's former advisor, about the US' new trade war with China. Zeman who met Bannon and right-wing German MP, Petr Bystron who is of Czech origin, on the weekend said he did not agree with Bannon's defence of Trump's trade policies.

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  7. Spotlight on Entrepreneurship in the Czech Republic - Sramana MitraRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Sramana Mitra on Strategy

    I have been watching a small corner of the technology entrepreneurship universe with great interest. It has come up phenomenally well, and the eco-system is producing wonderful and pragmatic successes.

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  8. Czech Republic-Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband-Statistics and...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | SBWire

    Czech Republic exhibits a highly developed telecom market, thus incurring ample foreign investments. Development towards LTE and mobile infrastructure are likely to unearth new possibilities for the growth of telecom, mobile, and broadband market.

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  9. Czech Police: Slovak Islamist was planning a "lone wolf" attackRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Slovak Spectator

    The first Slovak Islamist radical, who planned a terrorist attack in the Czech Republic, was not a member of any organised group. The young man from Slovakia stated that his spiritual role model was a former Prague imam who was earlier charged with supporting terrorism but managed to flee.

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  10. Famous Cold War spy Ladislav Bittman dies aged 87Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Radio Prague

    ... for many years after his defection. Disinformation during the communist era is not widely spoken about in the Czech Republic, but the death of Czechoslovak disinformation specialist, Ladislav Bittman, on Tuesday, swept through the country's press, ...

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  11. Daily news summary 24.9.2018Read the original story

    Yesterday | Radio Prague

    Strong winds and heavy rain battered the Czech Republic overnight bringing down electricity lines, damaging roofs and stopping trains due to fallen trees. Although fire crews worked throughout the night a number of rail tracks and roads remained closed to traffic on Monday morning and over 70,000 homes were without power.

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  12. Boren [Usti nad Labem, Czechia]Read the original story

    Yesterday | UKClimbing.com

    Boren is a phonolite massive two kilometres south of Blina in northwest Bohemia , Czech Republic . When seen from the northwest side, the hill has the shape of a lying lion.

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  13. EU project to preserve gastronomic heritage across central Europe launched in ItalyRead the original story

    Yesterday | Xinhuanet

    ... countries: Venice in Italy, Dubrovnik in Croatia, Krakow in Poland, Kecskemet in Hungary, and Brno in the Czech Republic. Led by Slow Food -- a global movement promoting the right of access to good, healthy, and fair food at global level -- it would ...

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  14. Suzanna Halsey: I organised New York celebration of Velvet Revolution from offices of PenthouseRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Radio Prague

    ... the States. I know you married an American, but did you consider moving back to Czechoslovakia, or later the Czech Republic? "I don't know if it's true, but he says that in Czechoslovakia, or the Czech Republic, you are guilty until proven otherwise ...

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  15. Janesville native's paintings on display at U.S. Embassy in Czech RepublicRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Janesville Gazette

    A painting titled "Traditional Wisconsin Farm" by Janesville artist Connie Glowacki. It is one of nine original watercolors Glowacki painted on display at the U.S. Embassy in the Czech Republic as part of a federal art exchange program.

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  16. Trump critic's book about Prague is a metaphor for Jewish anti-authoritarianismRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Times of Israel

    This, the secret axiom of many a besotted author, applies to the palatial embassy residence in Prague that seduced Norm Eisen. As US ambassador to the Czech Republic, he lived in it for three years, from 2011-2014, and wrote about it for four, resulting in a lyrical paean running 300 pages.

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  17. Petricek's nomination as FM should not be a problemRead the original story

    Yesterday | Prague Daily Monitor

    Jan Chvojka who is the parliamentary leader of the CSSD, told television host Vaclav Moravec on his show on Czech Television over the weekend, that President Milos Zeman had agreed to sign off on Tomas Petricek's nomination as Foreign Minister. Chvojka explained that CSSD President and Deputy PM Jan Hamacek had met the President on Wednesday last week at Prague Castle, and Zeman promised that it would not be a problem.

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  18. Malacova: Government will seek consensus to pass budgetRead the original story

    Yesterday | Prague Daily Monitor

    Jana Malacova , Minister for Labour and Social Affairs told Television Prima, that the ruling coalition would seek support to pass the budget bill for 2019. She added that ANO and CSSD would probably work with the Communists to do so.

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  19. Survey: Property is overpriced; lending regulations will not helpRead the original story

    Yesterday | Prague Daily Monitor

    This was reported by Pravo, based on data from a survey conducted by IPSOS for Wustenrot. Buying a flat in the Czech Republic currently costs 6.8 times the net annual average income in the country.

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  20. Pro-Russian, anti-RussianRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | National Review Online

    ... And they are Russian too, you know. I was once talking with Vaclav Klaus, who had been president of the Czech Republic. I said that his country had long been the most pro-Cuban in Europe. He was startled - but I quickly explained, "I mean, you have ...

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