6 December 2001 PRAGUE, Czech Republic–Smiling for the cameras after 10 hours of meetings in Brussels, Czech Prime Minister Milos Zeman and Austrian Chancellor Wolfgang Schuessel signed their names to a four-page document that is supposed to resolve a 10-year dispute between the two countries over the Czech nuclear power plant Temelin. The deal, which […]

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