Andrej Babis and his party are winning the Czech Republic’s parliamentary elections this weekend. Add him to the current president, and that would mean not one, but two Donald Trump admirers governing a liberal democracy in the EU.
He may be facing charges over alleged EU subsidy fraud, but billionaire businessman Andrej Babis still appears poised to win this weekend's Czech general election pushing his trademark anti-corruption and anti-euro ticket.
For today's Geo Quiz we wanted you to name an central European capital known for its spires. The answer is Prague, in the Czech Republic. A radio station there is at the center of a controversy over free speech. The World's David Leveille has the story.
Countries in Central and Eastern Europe are taking a new look at nuclear energy. Proponents say the construction of nuclear plants could provide greater energy independence while reducing emissions of greenhouse gases.
The Czech Republic takes over the six-month rotating presidency of the European Union on January first. The problem is, the Czech president, Vaclav Klaus, is one of the EU's harshest critics. The World's Gerry Hadden reports from Prague.
2008 was a bad year for Europe's largest minority group, the Roma. Attacks against Roma minorities are on the rise in many countries, including the Czech Republic -- as The World's Gerry Hadden reports.
Small companies all over the globe are hurting from the drop in consumer demand. One of those companies is the Petrof piano factory in the Czech Republic. The BBC's Rob Cameron reports on how the piano maker is dealing with the economic downturn.
President Obama announced a new US missile defense plan ï¿½ it shifts away from a previous plan by the Bush Administration to build a missile defense system in Poland and the Czech Republic. The World's Jason Margolis begins our coverage.
The World reports on global news in ways that reflect our shared core belief: we are all connected. Will you help us keep our reporting free for all, especially now?
The World team has covered the global pandemic with depth and humanity, but only thanks to the generous support of readers like you. Please consider a gift to The World to ensure we can continue this important service. Support The World for as little as $7 a month.