The first Rolls-Royce automobile dealership will open in Warsaw in the second half of this year, luxury British motor company has announced. Continue reading
Present-day Muranow, a district of Warsaw, Poland, is built on rubble and the remains of Jews who perished there during World War II, but many residents are ignorant of the area’s past. Continue reading
A QUIET stroll through the golden-leaved parks of central Warsaw yesterday became an assault course involving a long convoy of armoured vans, baton-wielding riot squads, surveillance drones, helicopters, military police, and a scary man in a suit with a curly wire coming out his ear. Continue reading
Police said Monday that 22 officers were injured and 176 people were arrested in clashes with right-wing protesters marching on Poland’s Independence Day.
The disturbances broke out Sunday evening when right-wing protesters, some of whom were masked, threw stones and metal objects at police in Warsaw. Police responded with rubber bullets and tear gas. Continue reading
Police have fired rubber bullets and tear gas at a right-wing march that took place in Warsaw as Poland marked its independence day. Continue reading
Right-wing nationalists clashed with police Sunday as they marched in central Warsaw to marks Poland’s independence day, AFP reporters at the scene said.
Ignoring appeals for calm from demonstration organisers, a masked minority in the crowd of more than 10,000 began throwing stones, fire-crackers and flares at riot police, who fired tear-gas and rubber pellets in response.
“We have arrested over 130 individuals, including those who physically attacked our officers,” Warsaw police spokesman Mariusz Mrozek told AFP. Continue reading
Riot police in the Polish capital used truncheons and rubber bullets on Sunday to break up a crowd of right-wing extremists who pelted them with firecrackers and lumps of concrete at a parade to mark the national holiday. Continue reading
China’s Tibetan Culture Week, being staged in Warsaw, the Polish capital, is offering Poles a glimpse into Tibet’s culture and art.
It will also help deepen Polish understanding of Tibet and Sino-Polish ties, observers from both countries say. Continue reading
Poland’s sports minister has replaced the manager of the National Stadium, the person who was blamed for the country’s rain-postponed World Cup qualifier against England. Continue reading
Poland’s premier spared his sports minister on Wednesday over the postponement of a World Cup qualifier with England, saying she was not directly liable for the failure to close the roof ahead of heavy rain. Continue reading