Czech Prime Minister Vladimir Spidla has called on Czech citizens to pay honour to the victims of the Madrid terrorist attacks by holding three minutes of silence on Monday at noon. According to the latest information, 200 people died and more than 1,400 were wounded in Thursday's attacks on packed Madrid commuter trains. On Monday and Tuesday, Czech citizens will be able to sign a condolence book at the Spanish Embassy in Prague. A solemn mass in memory of the victims of the terrorist attacks will be celebrated at Prague's St Tomas Church on Tuesday afternoon.
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