Wildlife photographer Exen captures the beauty of the animals of the Białowieża Forest.
The Polish National Foundation faces further questions over money spent with an American communications firm.
Maksym S., a Ukrainian convert to Islam, is accused of planning to use a car bomb to attack a shopping centre.
The “Choose 590 – Saturday for Poland” campaign promoting consumer patriotism is backed by the government.
Stanisław Karczewski continued to earn money working as a doctor while on unpaid leave, though denies any wrongdoing.
Polish customers had complained for months about discrimination by Edeka, leading to intervention from the embassy in Berlin.
Parts of the former camp complex, where thousands of Poles were imprisoned and killed, have “turned into places unworthy of commemoration”.
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