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As widely forecast, Prime Minister Donald Tusk was chosen as the new President of the European Council last weekend, marking both a landmark moment and the end of an era in the country’s political history.
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No Pole aside from Pope John Paul II has held as high international office before
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No Pole aside from Pope John Paul II has held as high international office before

Poland & Germany “close as ever”
President Bronislaw Komorowski and his German counterpart Joachim Gauck stood side by side at Gdansk’s Westerplatte on Monday for the ceremony marking the 75th anniversary of the start of World War II.
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Supermarket shootout
A police officer was seriously injured this week after being shot by his own gun outside a supermarket.
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Strip club chain in reboot?
The owners of the infamous Cocomo strip club chain announced this week that the network was to close with immediate effect though suspicions were immediately voiced that this is an attempt to re-launch the chain under a different name following continued accusations of fraud.
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Time to start tagging?
The debate over electronic tagging raged on this week with the Supreme Chamber of Control (NIK) stating that Polish courts are failing to make the most of the options available to them.
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Pheonix from the flames From rubble to major tourist destination
Gdańsk is one of Europe’s best kept secrets. Expecting a glum commie city? Think again. The Old Town captivates, and couldn’t look any sweeter if it was built by the ... - Read on
In defence of Katowice Someone really ought to stick up for Katowice.
Someone really ought to stick up for Katowice. The butt of jokes across the country and throughout this guide, it was the butt end of a rifle for Silesia during ... - Read on
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The Glory Days of Katowice
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Seeing a different side to Krakow
Seeing a different side to Krakow Architectural marvels beyond the obvious
RIP Warsaw's Russian Market
RIP Warsaw's Russian Market A Warsaw legend that is no more
REGGIE GREAN just read New Kazimierz Nowak photos and said

"HOW MANY COUNTRIES DID HE EXPLORE "

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