Morning News: Wednesday, November 2, 2022

  • The National Cyber and Information Security Agency has warned of a heightened risk of DDoS attacks on Czechia and Czech organisations. It said on its website on Tuesday that it had registered an increase in such malicious activities, which are aimed at disrupting normal traffic to web properties.


  • The Czech prime minister, Petr Fiala, says that Western sanctions should next be targeted against Belarus, which is indirectly helping Russia in its war on Ukraine.


  • Scientists have used computer technology to recreate, using a human skull, the likely appearance of a 17-year-old girl who lived on the territory of today’s Olomouc in the 31,000 years ago.


  • Members of the Czech and Ukrainian governments signed memoranda on further economic and political cooperation after their joint meeting in Kyiv yesterday, the Czech and Ukrainian prime ministers, Petr Fiala and Denys Shmyhal, told reporters.


  • The main prize in Czechia’s Architects’ Grand Prix for 2022 has gone to the Kunsthalle project in Prague. The conversion of a one-time electricity transformer station into an arts venue was designed by Jan Schindler, Ludvík Seko and Zuzana Drahotová of the studio Schindler Seko Architekti.

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