Jenő Rácz played a lot of sports during his childhood. At one competition he ended up finishing in third place, and he can remember that the frustration of not reaching first or even second ended up bringing him to tears. This determination to never settle for anything but the top would motivate him and lead
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Prime Minister Orbán claims the recently adopted law against pedophiles, which also bans the “promotion of homosexuality,” which according to its critics conflates pedophilia with LGBTQI issues, is not homophobic and urges gay people to read the text of the law. Commenting on reports claiming that Hungary’s law against pedophiles, approved this Tuesday, is homophobic,
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Brexit meant the loss of a natural ally for the Czech Republic within the European Union, Prime Minister Andrej Babiš said at Thursday’s Multiple Challenges for Transatlantic Partnerships conference in Prague’s Congress Centre. Mr Babiš argued for less bureaucracy and less regulation within the union, but also expressed a desire to expand the EU into the Western Balkans and intensify technological research and cooperation with the United States.
Prague councillors have approved the construction of a new bridge across the Vltava River connecting the districts of Prague 4 and 5. The city will now launch a tender for its construction amounting to CZK 972 million.
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