Will Czechia's PM Babis resign over protests?
The streets of the Czech capital Prague have been flooded by hundreds of thousands of demonstrators demanding resignation of Prime Minister Andrej Babis, who is accused of fraudulent use of EU subsidies.
Organisers said as many as 120,000 were attending Tuesday's rally.
If confirmed that would make it the biggest since the fall of communism during the 1989 Velvet Revolution.
As protesters held up pictures of Mr Babis with the simple message "resign", speakers addressed the crowd in front of a backdrop reading "prime minister or crime minister?".
Mr Babis denies fraud and has attacked a draft EU report demanding the return of millions of euros in subsidies.