The Czech government has named the western village of Misov as the probable site for a proposed U.S. radar installation. On 27 July, villagers attended a public hearing on the contentious proposal. Photos by Seyward Darby. One opponent, who lives only a few kilometers from Misov, carries a sign reading: “Topolanek’s government – arms dealers […]

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