Two Poles have described the brutal treatment they faced while being held.
“It is our duty to provide people who fought for our freedom and independence with a dignified standard of living.”
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They are the first such lights in Poland and the second in Europe.
Children as young as seven acted as prisoners being gassed.
The latest twist in a long-running court case.
A growing number of Polish cities are avoiding fireworks displays, while a leading DIY store chain has stopped selling them.
Poland’s parliament has passed a controversial new measures aimed at containing the spread of African swine fever.
The Sunday trading ban introduced last year continues to be phased in.
Russia’s president is attempting to reintroduce “Stalin’s historical narrative”, says the Polish foreign ministry.
Germans were the biggest spenders overall, followed by Ukrainians, Czechs, Slovaks, Belarusians and Russians.
Archbishop Marek Jędraszewski warns the ecologism is part of a range of new movements that seek to “break with the entire Christian tradition”.
Łukasz Koczocik will be awarded either the George Cross or the Queen’s Gallantry Medal for his bravery in confronting terrorist Usman Khan.
A group of 119 MPs have called for abortions due to foetal abnormalities to be declared unconstitutional.
Disciplinary proceedings have been launched against four judges who questioned the legitimacy of changes to the judiciary introduced by the government.