KRAKOW, Poland A Polish archbishop on Thursday sought to reaffirm Christian family values at the heart of conservative President Andrzej Duda's re-election campaign, saying foreign "ideologies" were undermining the institution of marriage.
WARSAW/KRAKOW, Poland Poland's ruling nationalists held scaled-down events on Friday to commemorate the 10th anniversary of a plane crash in Russia that killed top politicians and military officers, and they renewed criticism of Moscow's handling of the disaster.
WARSAW/KRAKOW, Poland, April 10 Poland's ruling
nationalists held scaled-down events on Friday to commemorate
the 10th anniversary of a plane crash in Russia that killed top
politicians and military officers, and they renewed criticism of
Moscow's handling of the disaster.
OSWIECIM, Poland Angela Merkel expressed "deep shame" on Friday during her first visit as chancellor to the Auschwitz-Birkenau Holocaust memorial and vowed to fight rising racism and anti-Semitism in Germany and Europe. | Video
OSWIECIM, Poland, Dec 6 Angela Merkel made her
first visit on Friday to the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial after
14 years as German chancellor, bringing a 60 million euro
donation to help conserve the site where the Nazis ran their
largest death camp.
WALBRZYCH, Poland The Vatican's leading sexual abuse investigator on Friday urged stronger action from Poland's Catholic bishops who are under growing public pressure over a pedophilia scandal.
KATOWICE, Poland Polish refiners PKN Orlen and Grupa Lotos expect to receive normal quality oil via the Druzhba pipeline from Russia in the coming days, the deputy heads of the two companies said on Tuesday.
OSWIECIM, Poland The presidents of Poland and Israel marched together at the Auschwitz concentration camp on Thursday, putting aside their differences over a new law that makes it a crime to suggest there was any Polish complicity in the Holocaust. | Video
WARSAW The Polish parliament delayed a debate on Tuesday on whether to designate a day to remember Poles who saved Jews during World War Two, with the opposition saying it was bad timing as the country faces international pressure over a new Holocaust law.
WARSAW The final death toll of an earth tremor causing rockfalls deep underground in Europe's largest copper mine in southwestern Poland rose to eight miners, the mine's operator KGHM said on Wednesday. | Video