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Students interested in current developments in the Czech and Slovak Republics as well as Eastern Europe generally can gain a great deal of valuable information on the World Wide Web, much of it in English. Each country has a home page that brings together various information from official and scholarly sources--everything from business and weather reports, tourist dictionaries, and country emblems to election results and news services. On a daily basis, several English-language bulletins summarize events of the day. For example, OMRI Daily Digest covers the whole postcommunist region. The Czech News Agency (ČTK) publishes daily English-language news summaries for both the Czech Republic and Slovakia as well as a press survey and background information published