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Poland accidentally invaded Czech Republic in May

Jerusalem Post Saturday, 13 June 2020
Poland accidentally invaded Czech Republic in MayDuring the brief time the Polish army was stationed on the Czech side of the border it prevented Czech people from visiting a local church citing coronavirus concerns.
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