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March 17, 2014, by The Prague Post

A monument in Olšany cemetery commemorates Russians who provided ‘fraternal assistance’ in 1968 Czechoslovakia or 2014 Crimea. A memorial to the Soviet invaders of Czechoslovakia in 1968 was unveiled at […]

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Prague street art points to anti-Russia sentiment

March 16, 2014, by Andre Crous of The Prague Post

The Russians are coming. Or rather, they may be looking to expand, and their recent actions in Ukraine don’t sit well with an anonymous protester in ...

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Lego is filling even more stockings

February 27, 2014, by Daniel Bardsley for The Prague Post

Lego saw its sales increase by 10 per cent in 2013, the company announced on February 27 2014 – meaning they have quadrupled over the past decade. T ...

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Five Days of Bulgarian Cinema in Prague

February 5, 2014, by Andre Crous of The Prague Post

Bulgaria is not known for its cinema, although in the past few years it has seen its films shown at some major international film festivals (Konstanti ...


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    Is it becoming a lonelier planet?
    January 12, 2014, by Daniel Bardsley for The Prague Post

    Turn the clock back a decade or two, and every backpacker would be clutching a copy of a Lonely Planet travel guide. From Delhi to Budapest, from Prague to Bangkok, […]

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    Central and Eastern Europe in 2013: Emerging and submerging
    January 6, 2014, by Clive Leviev-Sawyer

    There were record floods, changes of government, protests – lots of those – and the European Union got larger by one member. Croatia voted against gay marriage, Ukraine’s president hitched […]