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E.U. Court Rules 3 Countries Violated Deal on Refugee Quotas
Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic failed to live up to their end of an agreement to distribute 160,000 asylum seekers who had arrived in Greece and Italy, the court said.
A Box of Secrets Led to the Story of Her Fatherâs Painful Wartime Past
Ariana Neumannâs father had nightmares and an ID card in a different name. In her memoir, âWhen Time Stopped,â she unspools the past he kept hidden for so long.
Dana Zatopkova, Champion Javelin Thrower, Is Dead at 97
She is best remembered for winning the gold medal at the 1952 Helsinki Olympics, just an hour after her husband, Emil Zatopek, won the menâs 5,000-meter run.
Adam Ondraâs Race to the Top
Adam Ondra is the best climber in the world. But to win Olympic gold he needed to learn a new way to climb. Fast.
E.U. Lawmakers Condemn Subsidy Corruption but Disagree on What to Do
A Times investigation showed how oligarchs and political patrons make millions in farm subsidies. But the program is all but sacrosanct.
Who Keeps Europeâs Farm Billions Flowing? Often, Those Who Benefit
Conflict-of-interest rules are uneven. Influence-peddling is murky. The enormous E.U. subsidy program is built to keep the money moving.
Czech Hospital Shooting Leaves at Least 6 Dead
A man who was believed to be the attacker killed himself as officers closed in, the authorities said. The shooting was the deadliest in the country since 2015.
Czech Crystal, Poised to Sparkle
After years of being outshone by Swarovskiâs Austrian output, Bohemiaâs glassmakers are trying to regain your attention.
The Broken Promise of a Panda: How Pragueâs Relations With Beijing Soured
When a new mayor of the Czech capital refused to toe the line on Taiwan, Beijing severed its sister-city relationship. Broader repercussions followed.
âWe Have Advanced to the Same Kind of Mess as Everybody Elseâ
Central and Eastern Europeâs transition to democracy has not been smooth. But there are grounds for hope.
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