A Vietnamese man living in the west Bohemian town of Domažlice has been given a 10-year jail term for attempting to kill a compatriot with a samurai sword. The victim suffered serious cuts to his head and upper arms during December’s attack, and at one point was in danger of bleeding to death. After he serves his sentence the perpetrator, who was the owner of a gaming bar, will be expelled from the Czech Republic.
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