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We’re on a planet in outer space!

We’re on a planet in outer space! Happy Earth Day 2018.

Let’s STOP Monsanto!

MAM

Join the Fight on Saturday May 21st 2016

Driven by nothing more than old men and their perennial Masters-of-the-Universe hard-on, Monsanto heads the list of the world’s most hated corporations.

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Synthetic drugs a threat again?

New or newly-reopened speciality shops are once again selling highly-dubious synthetic drugs in the Czech Republic. While legal for the time being, experts warn the substances, if used recreationally, can prove extremely hazardous to health. In April, Czech legislators passed a bill adding more than 30 similar drugs to a list of banned substances; but manufacturers and sellers have managed to work around the law by slightly changing the chemical formulas involved.

Česká Republika | the Art of Pen Stealing!?


Is the president of the Czech Republic a thief? You decide! Read the rest of this entry »

Welcoming 2010| World ready for a more hopeful New Year!


People all around the world gathered in groups large and small last night to usher out the previous year, and welcome the arrival of 2010. Under a rare New Year’s Eve Blue Moon, crowds watched fireworks, cheered, made resolutions, and counted down to midnight.

From fireworks over Sydney’s famous bridge to balloons sent aloft in Tokyo, revelers across the globe at least temporarily shelved worries about the future to bid farewell to “The Noughties” — a bitter-tinged nickname for the first decade of the 21st century playing on a term for “zero” and evoking the word naughty. Read the rest of this entry »

Radio Praha | Czech Bonnie and Clyde make headlines

Dagmar Tauchenová and Pavel Tauchen

Dagmar Tauchenová and Pavel Tauchen


It’s the kind of story that makes film scenarios – a husband and wife on the run after a daring escape from prison, just a few months after their wedding. But this story ended badly – within 24 hours of the man’s escape, the police had caught up with them. The man was dead, the woman critically injured.

Who are the Czech Bonnie and Clyde and what happened on their desperate flight to safety?
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For The Fallen | Laurence Binyon

Laurence BinyonLaurence Binyon (1869-1943), the poet and art critic, was born in Lancaster in 1869. He worked at the British Museum before going to war, having studied at Trinity College, Oxford where he won the Newdigate poetry prize. Whilst on the staff of the British Museum he developed an expertise in Chinese and Japanese art.

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