Poland accidentally invades Czech Republic and annexes part of neighbour's territory
Saturday, 13 June 2020
Poland accidentally invaded the Czech Republic in late May and briefly annexed a corner of its neighbour’s territory, the country’s military has admitted. The “misunderstanding” occurred when Polish soldiers accidentally crossed into the Czech Republic while guarding parts of the border amid lockdowns imposed due to the coronavirus pandemic. The soldiers then began turning away...
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