Every Sunday, a diverse group of expats and local volunteers gather outside Warsaw’s Palace of Culture and Science.
State TV’s news channel claimed a doctor went on “exotic” trips abroad, when in fact she was volunteering at hospitals in Kurdistan and Tanzania.
Tusk has been elected as the EPP’s new president, warning that civil liberties and the rule of law cannot be compromised.
Poland’s former President Wałęsa met with Vice President Pence as a part of a tour commemorating 30 years since the fall of communism
PM Mateusz Morawiecki promises “normality” and prosperity in his policy statement setting out the government’s plans.
The CJEU has issued its latest judgement on Poland’s judicial changes.
Former Archbishop Juliusz Paetz, who faced accusations of sex abuse, was not buried in Poznań Cathedral, following protests against the plan.
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A controversial national march returns to the streets of Warsaw.
A town honours its Jewish community that was wiped out in the Holocaust.
Seventy-five years ago, over 700 Polish child refugees arrived in New Zealand, where they have left a lasting legacy.
In conservative Poland, this challenge to traditional cuisine has led to a backlash, with veganism seen as part of a broader threat to Polish culture, values, and even religion.
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