The population of the Czech Republic rose by around 25,000 last year, with foreign migrants accounting for four-fifths of that increase, according to official statistics released on Tuesday. The country had 10,578,820 inhabitants at the end of 2016. Last year saw the highest birth rate in six years and there were more births than deaths. Men were on average 72.3 years of age when they died, compared to 79.2 for women.
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