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Michal Kovac, first president of independent Slovakia, dies at 86

BRATISLAVA (Reuters) - The first president of independent, post-communist Slovakia, Michal Kovac, died on Wednesday aged 86 after suffering from Alzheimer's disease, President Andrej Kiska said.
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