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He said he would elaborate when the probe had been wrapped up. Kaczynski's official jet crashed as it tried to land in fog on April 10 in Smolensk, western Russia, killing all 96 people on board. The victims, who also included first lady Maria
“Consensus builds because Poland is most important!” With these words Bronislaw Komorowski ended his speech at 8pm on Sunday evening when it became apparent that the Civic Platform (PO) candidate had won the race to be the
Depending on what time that question is asked Thursday, there could be three different answers. Continued Below Poland's constitution has created an unusual situation in the transition to a new head of state following the April 10 death of President
July 2010 Wu Wei tells about her reactions to a visit to the Vilnius KGB museum, and reflects upon historical and current parallels between prison systems. The beatroot analyzes Poland's presidential election results, speculating on the reasons why
Poland (AP) — Poland holds a presidential runoff Sunday between the former leader's charismatic twin brother and the country's dutiful acting president, men with similar anti-communist roots and Catholic backgrounds but sharply different outlooks.
Poland is considering boosting the stake of state-owned utility Tauron Polska Energia earmarked for retail investors to 25% from 20%, Deputy Treasury Minister Jan Bury told reporters Friday. The Treasury aims to sell a stake of about 52% in Tauron,
Poland (AP) — National tragedy has set the stage in Poland for a presidential election whose outcome could shape the country's direction on issues like the adoption of the euro, welfare reform and even its mission in Afghanistan.
What kind of life is this," said Helczak, 66. "The politicians will not change anything, things will remain the same," she said, gesturing sadly towards her now submerged village a few kilometres (miles) away. Helczak is one of tens of thousands of
47pm EDT Jaroslaw Kaczynski, chairman of Poland's Law and Justice Party (PiS) and presidential candidate, speaks during a news conference at the PiS headquarters in Warsaw June 1, 2010. Poland's Jaroslaw Kaczynski, vying to succeed his twin brother
Even the candidate himself, Grzegorz Napieralski is resigned to taking third place for his Democratic Left Alliance (SLD), behind two right-leaning rivals, though he insists younger, more liberal Poles will increasingly turn to his party in the