The new live drill, which will take place on September 18, has been named Exercise Socrates 2 – and will rehearse the region’s hospitals and emergency services for a situation where patients need everything from burns treatment to psychological support.
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Diamonds and sapphires kept at the Czech National Museum in Prague and thought to be worth millions have been found to be fake.
A 5-carat diamond acquired by the museum in 1968 has been revealed to be a worthless piece of cut glass during an audit by concerned curators.
Meanwhile a 19-carat sapphire bought by the museum for 200,000 crowns (£7,000) in 1978 has been found to be a cheap imitation worth only a fraction of that sum.
Half of the museum's collection of rubies are also thought to be fakes.
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