Around a thousand people were evacuated in Prague Thursday morning after an anonymous bomb warning to police. Evacuated buildings along one of the main streets of Prague’s Vinohrady district included three schools and a post office. The call did not specify where the bomb was planted. The evacuation was called off after three hours.
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