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Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babiš (right) accompanied by Czech Senator Jaroslav Doubrava (far left, with glasses) and the director of the Krušnohor Apartment and Construction Cooperative František Ryba (center). Both Doubrava and Ryba are notorious for their anti-Romani, racist remarks. (PHOTO:  Facebook profile of Andrej Babiš)
Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babiš (right) accompanied by Czech Senator Jaroslav Doubrava (far left, with glasses) and the director of the Krušnohor Apartment and Construction Cooperative František Ryba (center). Both Doubrava and Ryba are notorious for their anti-Romani, racist remarks. (PHOTO: Facebook profile of Andrej Babiš)

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Czech-language online hoax alleges terrorist attack in Prague in order to steal personal data

29.7.2016 8:10 A false alarm was spread in the Czech language on Facebook this past Wednesday alleging that a terrorist attack with hundreds of victims had happened in Prague. Thousands of people shared the disinformation on social networks.  full story

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UK: Gangs are abusing impoverished women from Eastern Europe, including Roma, for fake marriages

3.6.2015 16:49 Klara Balogová was 18 years old, without a cent, and in an advanced stage of pregnancy when she traveled 1 000 kilometers from Slovakia to England to marry a man she had never met. She knew that neither she nor her child were any of his concern.  full story

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Czech Republic: Residential hotel owner fined CZK 550 000 over shocking conditions

27.3.2015 21:31, (ROMEA) Pavel Mirga, the operator of a troubled residential hotel on Dluhonská Street in Přerov, has been fined CZK 550 00 (EUR 20 000) because his residential hotel facility was never properly registered. Kamila Navrátilová, spokesperson for the Regional Authority, told the Czech News Agency that the decision has yet to take effect and could be appealed.  full story

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Czech-language hate group tries to pass off picture of Nobel Prize winner as its Facebook administrator

Prague, 27.2.2015 21:53, (ROMEA)
Can we believe anything at all on the Internet anymore? Has it just become a tool for fraudsters, haters and propagandists? 
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Czech court sends anti-Romani rabble rouser to prison for fraud

Děčín, 19.11.2014 19:32, (ROMEA) TV NOVA reported yesterday that the District Court in Děčín has sentenced Lukáš Kohout to seven years in prison for fraud. Kohout and an accomplice established various fictional associations in northern Bohemia and used them to place orders for goods.  full story

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Czech con artist Kohout lies about support from famous figures

Prague, 20.8.2014 22:19, (ROMEA) Lukáš Kohout, who says he is running for mayor of the Czech town of Varnsdorf, has perpetrated yet another trick. His website lists the names of famous figures from cultural and political life along with quotes that supposedly express their appreciation and support of him.  full story




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