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Tadeusz Kolasinski

On first trip to Poland, Pope Francis will find a divided Church

Jul 25 2016

WARSAW When Polish bishops issued a letter inviting Catholic youths to attend an international gathering to be held in Poland this week, the name of its host, Pope Francis, was conspicuously absent.

Poland's ruling party bets on child subsidy to prop up support

Jul 19 2016

WARSAW Poland's conservative government is betting on a new child subsidy to prop up its ratings and boost confidence in the European Union's sixth largest economy.

Poland risks Moscow's ire with plan to relocate war memorials

Jun 28 2016

WARSAW More than 200 monuments to Stalin's Red Army could be taken from towns across Poland and relocated on the site of a former Soviet military base under plans announced on Tuesday by a state-backed Polish historical institute.

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