A charity concert is to be held on Wednesday to help raise money for the families of the five Czech soldiers who were killed in Afghanistan at the beginning of July. The event, in Prague’s Broadway theatre, will feature some of the country’s lead singers and an auction offering among others Jaromír Jágr’s hockey jersey and Lukáš Konečný’s boxing gloves. Charities have already raised 3.8 million crowns in support of this cause.
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