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· July, 2007

Stories about Czech Republic from July, 2007

Czech Republic: Ukrainian Kids Abandoned

Scenes from the Sidewalk writes about Ukrainian babies abandoned in the Czech Republic.

Czech Rebublic: “7 Bullets as in Sarajevo”

Bosnia Blog writes about Sarajevo coincidences in Prague.

Czech Rebublic: Same-Sex Partnerships

Belatedly, a link to the post on the first anniversary of legalization of same-sex partnerships in the Czech Republic – at NvB: Bored in Brno?: “[…] 346 same-sex couples were...

Central Europe: Charles Bridge; Carpathian Forests

Belatedly, a link to the post on the 650th anniversary of the Charles Bridge in Prague and the primeval beech forests of the Carpathian – at NvB: Bored in Brno?.

Czech Rebublic: Surgical Castration

NvB: Bored in Brno? writes on surgical castration used to treat sex offenders – something that looks like “population engineering and thinly veiled eugenics” – and on the attitudes toward...

Europe: Zhoriben/Contact for Roma

TOL's Romantic writes about Zhoriben.net, a social utility meant “to strengthen the contacts among Roma worldwide, and to strengthen also the presence of Roma on the Web.”

Czech Rebublic: Looking For a New President

Dr Sean's Diary writes about the challenging task of finding an appropriate presidential candidate to replace the current head of state when his term is over.

Czech Rebublic: Football

The Voice of Europe writes about football in the Czech Republic.

Czech Rebublic: 07/07/07 Weddings

My Czech Republic Blog writes about the 07/07/07 “wedding mania” in Prague.

Czech Rebublic: Celebrating Jan Gus

NvB: Bored in Brno? celebrates the Czech holidays by playing Czech music at a college radio station in the U.S.

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