The population of the Czech Republic dropped by 2,300 to just over 10.5 million year on year, the Czech statistics office reported on Thursday. The number of new-borns was lower and the number of deaths higher than in the previous year, and the number of people who left the country surpassed the number of immigrants, the report said.
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