The funeral ceremonies of Maurycy Mochnacki, an émigré activist, a participant in the November Uprising and founder of "Gazeta Polska", whose remains were brought from France today, have ended in Warsaw this afternoon. The ceremony was attended by representatives of the highest state authorities. The coffin with the hero's remains will now rest at the Powązki Military Cemetery in central Warsaw.
French fishermen threatened to ruin Christmas for Britons, as they blockaded Europe-UK trade routes yesterday, escalating a row over licenses to fish in British waters. They temporarily blockaded the Channel Tunnel rail link, truck traffic and ferries in an effort to disrupt trade between Britain and the continent.
Australians fighting against forced coronavirus vaccinations refuse to give up. As every Saturday for months now, tens of thousands of people gathered across Australia's east coast today to protest against the mandates imposed by their governments.
Source: Poland Daily 24, Poland Daily Live