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Parliamentary commission reopens discussion on compensating women for forced sterilisation

Between 1966 and 2012, many women were involuntarily sterilised in Czech and Czechoslovak hospitals. The government has since apologised for the practice and discussed compensating the victims. However, no definite solution has yet been established. On Tuesday, selected MP’s and government representatives held a special meeting that looked into the problem.

 
 
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Czechs among the most honest nations in…

Czechs are one of the most honest nations in the world, at least according to a research called ‘Civic Honesty around…

 
 
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New book offers Czech children growing…

For the past seven years, Denisa Haubertová Šedivá has been living in Brussels with her husband, Czech ambassador to…

 
 
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Number of weddings in Czech Republic…

June is the month of weddings and after years of gradual decline, it seems matrimony is again on the increase in the…

 
 
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Czech Republic among world’s largest…

The Czech Republic ranks among the top 20 spam email senders in the world according to the most recent 2019 data…

 
 
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The Czech National Trust celebrates…

The Czech National Trust celebrated five years of existence on Tuesday with an international conference at Strahov…

 
 
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“These people work selflessly for the…

The Czech Foreign Ministry has just presented its Gratias Agit awards honouring individuals and groups that promote the…

 
 
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Czech and Slovak Museum in Cedar Rapids…

The National Czech and Slovak Museum and Library in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, prides itself on bringing Czech and Slovak…

 
 
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Czech brewery rolls out first…

A small brewery in the South Bohemian village of Čížová has produced the Czech Republic’s first beer made from recycled…

 
 
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Better training for new drivers…

Although billions of crowns are spent on the modernization of Czech roads every year, being on the road in this country…

 
 
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Queens Of The Night

In 2011 Prague hosted its first Gay Pride parade attended by about one million people. Prague has since become one of…

 
 
 
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