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Democracy Digest: V4 Dragged into Hungary’s EU Gay Rights Spat

For his part, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban argues the law "does not contain any discriminatory elements", because it is only designed to protect the rights of children, guarantee the rights of parents, and does not apply to the sexual orientation rights of those over 18 years of age. He branded the statement by von der Leyen as "shameful because it is based on untrue allegations".

Czech Protest Movement Plans Hot Summer

A 26-year-old evangelical Christian and theology student at Prague's Charles University, Roll founded Million Moments alongside Mikulas Minar in 2017. Dressed in his trademark mustard-yellow, it was the red-headed Minar who originally chaired the organisation and so featured prominently on the front pages as the biggest protests in the country since the Velvet Revolution erupted.

New rail link set up between Vienna, Ljubljana and Trieste

Ljubljana – A new direct rail line linking Vienna, Ljubljana and Trieste was launched on Friday. The newly-established route is an important milestone in sustainable mobility efforts, said the Slovenian railway operator Slovenske Železnice. The line will run every day, starting this afternoon.

Famous Czech Photographer Bara Prasilova Presents Her Surreal Images in Sofia

Bara Prasilova is an art director, photographer and director based in Prague.

Her work remains on the borderline of commercial and fine art photography. Her clients appreciate her signature style combining absurd humour, alarming beauty, playfulness, mild cruelty as well as her persistent passion for perfection.

Kafka letters, drawings made publicly available online

An unpublished collection of letters, manuscripts and drawings by Franz Kafka are now available online via the Israel National Library, which recovered the documents after years of legal wrangling.

Some 120 drawings and more than 200 letters to his friend Max Brod are among the archives now available for public viewing, the project's curator Stefan Litte told AFP.

Four Months Before Election, Stork’s Nest Returns to Haunt Czech PM

The charges centre on a 50-million-koruna (2 million euros) subsidy granted to the Capi hnizdo (Stork's Nest) leisure resort, which sits around 50km south of Prague, in 2007. Police suspect that Babis hid Agrofert's ownership of the resort in order to access the subsidy, for which only small companies were eligible.

Vucic: "Everything went well until we finally put two and two together" VIDEO

The President thanked Babis for his hospitality and pointed out that our exports and imports rates are growing. "We talked about everything: about vaccination, what we can do for Czech companies...", said Vui in a conversation with the media.
President Vui added that among the topics of conversation in Prague was the dialogue between Belgrade and Pritina.

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