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Czech Republic sticking to its guns on migrant quotas in face of EC lawsuit

The European Commission has announced it is suing the Czech Republic, Poland and Hungary in the bloc’s top court for their refusal to take in asylum seekers in line with the Commission’s mandatory re-distribution mechanism. Prague says it will not change its stand and warns that a court case will only further undermine public trust in EU institutions.

 
 
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Vojtěch Merunka, part of language…

Vojtěch Merunka, an associate professor who teaches at the Czech University of Life Sciences and also the Czech…

 
 
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Czechs foster Myanmar skateboarding…

For several years now, a group of Czech enthusiasts have been involved in developing and supporting a skateboarding…

 
 
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“Last Address” project commemorates…

The country’s Institute for the Study of Totalitarian Regimes on Tuesday launched a new project to commemorate victims…

 
 
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Activists meet at Lety to keep pressure…

Activists from the Czech Republic and abroad met at Lety, South Bohemia, on Saturday, the site of a labour and later…

 
 
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Student creates unusual anti-stress…

Everyone knows how it feels to be under stress. Talking with students of Prague College, you realize that they all have…

 
 
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Foreign Ministry awards people for…

The Czech Foreign Ministry on Friday handed out Gratias Agit awards to fifteen Czech expatriates and foreigners for…

 
 
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Leading Czech security expert publishes…

Andor Šándor, former head of the Czech Military Intelligence, is a respected security expert. In connection with the…

 
 
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Czech police force goes on social…

The Czech police force has announced a revolution in its communication with the public. Following the example of police…

 
 
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Analyst: Migrant quota row will leave…

The European Commission has decided to launch proceedings against the Czech Republic, Poland and Hungary for refusing…

 
 
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‘Maoriavian’ Frank Tomas Grapl Junior…

Haka is a traditional Māori dance, which became world-famous thanks to the New Zealand rugby team All Blacks, who…

 
 
 
 
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