Tornado hits south-east Czech Republic, razing houses and injuring dozens

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    A rare tornado has hit the south-east of the Czech Republic razing houses and causing dozens of injuries. Winds hitting 267-322km/h were reported in the towns surrounding Hodinin. Villages were also hit by large hailstones, while the tornado caused widespread power outages

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    The Czech Republic, also called by its short-form name, Czechia, is a landlocked country in Central Europe. It is a unitary parliamentary republic.

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