The Czech Republic has the highest divorce rate in the European Union, according to figures just released by Eurostat. The Czechs, with 3.1 divorces per 1,000 citizens, are just ahead of the Estonians and the Belgians when it comes to the number of failed marriages. The marriage rate in this country is, at 5.12 per 1,000 Czechs, in line with the EU average.
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