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Inside Europe: Red Army general stirs controversy in Prague

A World War Two Red Army general is at the centre of a bitter controversy. Marshall Ivan Konev liberated much of Czechoslovakia and was the first allied commander to enter Prague on May 9, 1945. But a statue to him is causing tension between far-left and pro-Russian groups, and those who don't recognise the Soviet version of history. Rob Cameron has more from Prague.

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