15 March 1999 The reputation of the Czech Republic’s counter-intelligence service took a battering after the government dismissed its chief, leading to a series of damaging leaks and accusations. Karel Vulterin was fired on 27 January for unspecified reasons, though much of the media speculated that he had failed to tell the cabinet details of […]

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