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Poland's first post-communist PM Mazowiecki dead at 86

Oct 28 2013

WARSAW Polish statesman Tadeusz Mazowiecki, whose appointment in 1989 as the first non-communist prime minister in the Soviet bloc helped usher in democratic change across eastern Europe, died on Monday aged 86.

Poland's first post-communist PM Mazowiecki dead at 86

Oct 28 2013

WARSAW Polish statesman Tadeusz Mazowiecki, whose appointment in 1989 as the first non-communist prime minister in the Soviet bloc helped usher in democratic change across eastern Europe, died on Monday aged 86.

Special Report: Poland's roads to ruin

Oct 24 2013

MSZANA, Poland When Poland started handing out billions of euros worth of contracts for a wave of road-building five years ago, everyone was meant to benefit.

Special Report - Poland's roads to ruin

Oct 24 2013

MSZANA, Poland When Poland started handing out billions of euros worth of contracts for a wave of road-building five years ago, everyone was meant to benefit.

SPECIAL REPORT-Poland's roads to ruin

Oct 24 2013

MSZANA, Poland, Oct 24 When Poland started handing out billions of euros worth of contracts for a wave of road-building five years ago, everyone was meant to benefit.

Polish archbishop stirs anger with child sex abuse comments

Oct 08 2013

WARSAW Poland's most senior Catholic cleric said children with divorced parents were sometimes more vulnerable to sexual abuse by priests, remarks that prompted a storm of outrage though the church later said it was a slip of the tongue.

Polish archbishop stirs anger with child sex abuse comments

Oct 08 2013

WARSAW Poland's most senior Catholic cleric said children with divorced parents were sometimes more vulnerable to sexual abuse by priests, remarks that prompted a storm of outrage though the church later said it was a slip of the tongue.

Polish archbishop stirs anger with child sex abuse comments

Oct 08 2013

WARSAW Poland's most senior Catholic cleric said children with divorced parents were sometimes more vulnerable to sexual abuse by priests, remarks that prompted a storm of outrage though the church later said it was a slip of the tongue.

Polish priest's dismissal exposes rift over dialogue with Jews

Aug 01 2013

JASIENICA, Poland When the outspoken Polish priest Wojciech Lemanski returned with his parishioners to his church near Warsaw after holding a prayer vigil at the Treblinka Nazi death camp in early July, a dismissal notice awaited him.

Hedge funds spot opportunities in Poland sell-off

Jul 15 2013

WARSAW/LONDON, July 15 Hedge funds are betting against Poland's sovereign bonds and currency, taking advantage of a sell-off in emerging markets and slowing domestic growth to target a country that has been a top pick for foreign investors.

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