Clinton speaks at Georgetown University
WAP99110811 - 08 NOVEMBER 1999 - WASHINGTON, DC, USA: President Bill Clinton speaks about peace in Europe on the 10th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall at Georgetown University in Washington, November 8. Behind him sit, left to right, Mikulas Dzurinda, Prime Minister of the Slovak Republic, Father Leo O'Donovan, President of Georgetown University, Milos Zeman, Prime Minister of the Czech Republic, and Madelline Albright, Secretary of State. jr/jr/Joel Rennich UPI
Many are confusing the Czech Republic, a country in Central Europe, with Chechnya, 2,000 miles away and part of the Russian Federation, an official says.
Former Czech Prime Minister Milos Zeman has won the Czech Republic's presidential election with 55 percent in a second round of polling, officials said.
Czech President Vaclav Klaus would have you think he was an anti-communist warrior. He would have you think he ran subversive seminars against the ideology. Nothing fills his ego more than overstating his role. What Vaclav Klaus did best during communism was to keep his head low and connive after his convenience.
The Czech Republic's new Prime Minister Stanislav Gross has said the Israeli people have his country's "unwavering support".
The Czech Senate Thursday voted down a motion endorsing former President Eduard Benes, who sanctioned mass expulsions of Germans after World War II.
The argument that one man's terrorist is another man's freedom fighter carried little weight with Czech Republic Prime Minister Milos Zeman, who warned Wednesday that the splitting of such hairs will only lead to the kind of appeasement that allowed the r
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