PRAGUE, Czech Republic–The lower house of the Czech parliament passed a resolution on 24 April confirming the “unchangeable” character of a set of decrees that provided the legal basis for the post-World War II expulsion of Czechoslovakia’s ethnic German minority. The resolution was passed by a unanimous vote of 169 to 0, with all members […]

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