Doodle is based on Kafka’s 1915 novella ‘The Metamorphosis’
19,000 people have been evacuated from the flooding in the Czech Republic
Historical centre of Prague spared but suburban areas deluged
Our Travel Editor at Large addresses holiday-makers' concerns over planned trips to these two destinations
Randy Blythe, the singer for US metal band Lamb of God, had manslaughter charges against him dropped in a Czech court today following a trial over a fan's death at a concert in Prague three years ago.
Blues remain in the Europa League and FA Cup
The Prime Minister, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, says it is “unforgivable” that Turkey has been made to wait half a century to become part of the European Union and it should be admitted without delay.
Where to go and what to know
A legal wrangle for ownership of the Czech master's unseen works has finally ended
If you're someone who has left a phone, a tablet or a laptop in a hotel room, you're not only not alone, but you're also refreshingly normal.
What to see and where to be seen
The frontman of a US heavy metal band detained on suspicion of causing the death of a fan by pushing him off the stage has being released from jail in the Czech Republic after posting bail, a court spokeswoman said today.
The eccentric photographer's favourite model was the city in which he lived.
Heda Kovály, the Czech translator of Roth, Chandler and Bellow, had a tragic history. In 1941, the mass deportation of Jews from Prague was instituted by the Nazis. "We were not yet inured to sounds of gunshots followed by agonizing screams, to unendurable thirst, nor to the suffocating air in the crammed cattle cars." Before they reached the Lodz ghetto, many perished on the long march in the snow, naked and barefoot.
All the world became a stage yesterday for the final bow of Vaclav Havel, the playwright, turned prisoner, turned president.
Singer George Michael has returned home to the UK after leaving hospital in Vienna.