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Czech president released from hospital after lengthy stay

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Czech President Milos Zeman has been released from hospital after more than a month and a half, the Military University Hospital in Prague announced on Thursday. The 77-year-old will now receive further treatment at his residence in Lany Castle, it added. Zeman had been taken to an intensive care unit shortly after parliamentary elections in early October. According to the hospital, he was being treated for complications related to one of his chronic illnesses. The doctors gave no further details. As president, Zeman has an important role in forming the government after the election. He is exp…

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