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Rare albino penguin debuts at Poland zoo

An extremely rare albino penguin has made its debut at Gdansk Zoo in northern Poland. The albino penguin hatched in mid-December and has been under veterinary care. In the wild, such an unusual-looking penguin would be rejected by other penguins and would have little chance of survival.


Substitute Piatek gives Poland 1-0 win in Austria

VIENNA (Reuters) - Poland forward Krzysztof Piatek continued his prolific season by scoring 10 minutes after coming off the bench to secure a 1-0 win away to Austria in their opening Euro 2020 qualifier.


Polish newspaper sparks outrage after running 'how to spot a Jew' story on front page

A right-wing Polish newspaper has sparked outrage for antisemitism after running an article on its front page that taught its readers "how to spot a Jew". The headline of the weekly national paper, Tylko Poska (translated to Only Poland) read: "Attack on Poland at conference in Paris", and voiced an


England U21s stretch unbeaten run to 19 games after draw with obdurate Poland side

Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s first-half strike was cancelled out by a sensational free-kick as England under-21s were held by an obdurate Poland side at Ashton Gate. The draw extends England’s unbeaten run to 19 games under Aidy Boothroyd, although the manager would have expected his side to be more clin


Want to Stop Russia from Invading the Baltic States? Turn Poland Into a Military Powerhouse.

And here are some ideas to do just that. Want to stop Russia from invading the Baltic States? Then bolster Poland’s military strength, and beef up U.S. troops in Poland. That’s the message of a new report on how NATO can defend its Eastern European border.


Poland likely to bar Holocaust denier, foreign minister says

WARSAW (Reuters) - Warsaw is likely to refuse Holocaust denier David Irving entry to Poland later this year, the foreign minister said on Friday, citing local legislation that bans denying the genocide.


Poland’s right-wing government accused of hijacking prize-winning museum

One of Poland’s most prominent museums, the European Solidarity Centre in Gdansk, has strongly opposed an attempt by the country’s culture ministry to change its structure. In a resolution passed on 2 February, the museum’s advisory council said recent proposals entailed making part of the instituti


Why ‘Cold War’ Star Joanna Kulig is More Than Poland’s J. Law

Cold War is Polish director Pawel Pawlikowski’s latest magnum opus, an emotionally raw, yet technically dazzling look at a romance frazzling in the heat of the Cold War. It is an extraordinary film that you can catch today on Prime Video, and much of the movie’s praise has been directed towards its


These designers prove that Polish fashion is more political than ever

During the communist period, Warsaw was considered one of the most stylish cities of the Eastern Bloc. Neither censorship nor scarcity of materials stopped Poles from pursuing fashion; on the contrary, they forced budding designers to develop new techniques to make their garments a reality.


'On a different level' - Fans go wild for what Arsenal's Reiss Nelson did in England U21 clash

Arsenal forward Reiss Nelson has been hailed by fans and a former Manchester United midfielder after his impressive performance for England’s U21 side against Poland on Thursday night.


Poland snub to Putin over WWII anniversary angers Kremlin

Russia has accused the Polish government of having a "warped mentality" and of falsifying history after Warsaw apparently refused to issue an invitation to Vladimir Putin to commemorations marking the 80th-anniversary of the start of the Second World War.


Poland snubs Russia ahead of WWII commemoration

WARSAW, Poland – Polish authorities have refused to invite a Russian delegation to a commemoration ceremony marking the anniversary of the outbreak of World War II. Krzysztof Szczerski, an aide to the Polish president, said on Wednesday in comments carried by the Polish news agency PAP that Russia h


Poland's ruling party picks LGBT rights as election battlefront

WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland’s ruling nationalist party aims to stem a decline in its popularity ahead of two key elections this year with warnings that opposition support for LGBT education is a threat to Polish culture and should be blocked wherever possible.


This Influencer-Loved Bag Brand Has a 15,000 Person Wait List

Fact: It's almost as hard to get a Chylak bag as it is to get an Hérmes Birkin. The Polish-based brand has taken Instagram by storm, becoming an overnight favorite amongst influencers, It-girls, and basically anyone looking for a chic, well-made bag that won't break your budget.


Gay Polish MP challenges government over lack of LGBTQ rights

Robert Biedron recently launched his own political party, Wiosna. Poland’s first openly gay MP and Mayor, Robert Biedron, has confronted the Polish government over a lack of LGBTQ rights. Standing outside places of power with supporters of his party, Biedron said: “Today, we took part in the paintin


Poland's Catholic Church says 625 minors abused by priests since 1990

Poland's Catholic Church leaders released a study on Thursday that said 625 minors have been abused by 382 priests from 1990 through June of last year — a revelation marking the first time officials have ever presented statistics about the scope of the child sex abuse problem there, the AP reports.


Budapest Airport wins award for most remarkable expansion!

Budapest Airport celebrated last night after being awarded not one but two awards at this year’s CEESAR Aviation Awards in Poznań, Poland. The Hungarian gateway came out on top to take the titles: Highlight of the Year in CEE – The Dynamic Development of Budapest Airport and Most Remarkable Airport


Smarter Homes promising an alternative to tiny homes, for a price

Move over tiny homes, there's a new company in Nashville called Smarter Homes. Creators say they take up less space, are easy to build and may even be safer, but they aren't cheap.


US rapid-deployment troops arrive in Berlin for NATO drill

BERLIN – Hundreds of U.S. soldiers have begun arriving in Germany in the first test of a new rapid deployment strategy meant to bolster NATO's presence in eastern Europe in the event of Russian aggression or other emergencies.


Merkel May Kill Ambitious EU Climate Plan Tomorrow

The theatrics of the Brexit crisis are making this week’s European Council summit in Brussels look like 27 against one. But in other business, the European Union is often a story of 15 versus 13. That is, the Western countries who joined the union before 2004, and the Eastern countries who joined af