The University of Warsaw has overtaken Kraków’s Jagiellonian University.
It also found that 11% of men believe that “rape in marriage does not exist”.
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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”.
Students, parents and teachers were not warned of the drill, which involved “armed” men in balaclavas storming the school and taking hostages.
The billboards welcome Ukrainian immigrants to Poland and teach local residents a few phrases in Ukrainian because “integration is a two-way process”.
Tokarczuk’s foundation also aims to promote Polish culture, fight discrimination, and support civil liberties and animal rights.
The Supreme Court’s disciplinary chamber should not be recognised as a court, and the judiciary council is not independent, finds a new ruling.
A gas explosion in the south-western town of Szczyrk has killed at least eight people, four of them children.
Warsaw continues to be ranked as one of the world’s vegan hotspots, with 50 vegan restaurants in the city centre.
Home-improvement chain OBI reignites a debate about the images of a Jew counting money hung for good luck in some Polish homes.
The latest PISA international rankings put Polish schoolchildren third in Europe at maths and science and fourth for reading comprehension.
Allowing same-sex couples to register as the parents of a child would be “a threat to the Polish legal order”, rules a court.