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The European Court for Human Rights this week ruled that Poland should pay compensation to two suspected terrorists who claimed that they were held and tortured by the CIA on Polish soil sometime during the period 2002-2003.
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A clearly angry <a href= http://www.newpolandexpress.pl/advert_clickthrough.php?advert_id=895 target=_new>Leszek Miller</a>, Prime Minister at the time, called the ruling ‘absurd’
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A clearly angry Leszek Miller, Prime Minister at the time, called the ruling ‘absurd’
The Ministry of Health is pushing to increase beer prices in an attempt to curb ...
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Mazowsze Mazowsze
Warsaw businessman Maciej Marcinkowski, who specialises in selling disputed plots of land this week sued ...
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Podlaskie Podlaskie
Officers from the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBS) arrested 14 members of a neo-nazi skinhead ...
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Pomorskie Pomorskie
A Sopot court this Thursday sentenced 21-year-old Mikolaj P. to almost three years in prison ...
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With Lech's goalless draw at home against Pogoń Szczecin last Saturday, Sunday's Legia match was ...
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While Widzew's relegation was confirmed yesterday, Zaglebie Lubin can still escape with the help of ...
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Finding Miss Fakt
Polish red-top Fakt has announced it’s looking for its new “Miss Fakt of the Year”. In order to win, applicants ...
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Postal virus alert
The Polish Post Office has warned about a series of fake emails doing the rounds that contain viruses.
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A look behind the weeks' headlines from the Editor himself
Graham Crawford
Graham Crawford
Digging deeper into the news from around the regions
In Your Pocket
Something For the Weekend from In Your Pocket. A weekly tip on the best to do and see around the country
Michal Zachodny
Michal Zachodny
Get on the ball with Polish football
RIP Warsaw's Russian Market A Warsaw legend that is no more
As 2012 and the European Football Championships approach, Poland's new multi-million euro national stadium complex can be seen growing by the day over on the Praga, east bank, of the ... - Read on
When history was revised The Recovered Territories Exhibition
In 1948, Wrocław’s Centennial Hall (Hala Stulecia) played host to the largest, most organised propaganda event in Poland’s history: The Recovered Territories Exhibition. An official term coined by Poland’s post-war ... - Read on
Żoliborz apartment for sale
87 m2 (+ 16 m2 balcony) 5th-floor apartment in compact modern building surrounded by trees, close to Arkadia, trams and metro. Details, map + photos at www.presland.idsl.pl.
License regulations fail again - "What is most likely to follow is the sale of their best (and only) ...
This Month in History

1944 - The 12th day of the Warsaw Uprising. British Prime Minister Winston Churchill once again asks Stalin to help the struggling Poles.

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