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The Czech Republic’s leader on Wednesday has approved requests from more than 100 of its citizens to join Ukraine’s army in the war against Russia.
Czech citizens are banned from service in foreign armies – a crime punishable by a prison term of up to five years.
But Czech President Milos Zeman has approved requests from 103 Czech civilians wanting to help Ukraine in the fight, according to the Associated Press.
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Those 103 are from a total of some 400 Czechs who…
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