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    Hollywood Stars of Polish Descent: Henry Zebrowski

    Henry Thomas Zebrowski Jr., a name synonymous with comedy and charisma, has carved a niche for himself in the entertainment industry through his versatile talents as an actor, podcast host, and comedian.

    Antifa Thugs and German Police Target TV Republika at Ravensbrück: Assault on Memory and Freedom

    Antifa militants, aided by complicit German law enforcement, launched an assault on the journalistic integrity of TV Republika at the historic site of the former Nazi camp KL Ravensbrück.

    Poles Barred from German Camp Liberation Commemoration

    German authorities have prohibited Polish representatives from commemorating the liberation anniversary of the KL Ravensbrück concentration camp. Last year's incident involving the National Armed Forces Union delegation echoes this latest controversy.

    Wojciech Szczęsny Undergoes Emergency Surgery After Turin Derby Injury

    Polish goalkeeper Wojciech Szczęsny faced a serious injury during Saturday's Serie A match between Juventus and Torino. Reports suggest he immediately underwent surgery.

    Iga Świątek Secures Victory for Poland in Billie Jean King Cup

    Iga Świątek defeated Celine Naef with a score of 6:4, 6:3 in the third playoff encounter against Switzerland in the Billie Jean King Cup....

    Yellow Tulips of Remembrance: Honoring Maria Kaczyńska’s Legacy

    On April 13, thousands of Poles gathered at Krakowskie Przedmieście in Warsaw to pay their respects to the late Maria Kaczyńska, laying yellow tulips – her favourite flowers – in her memory.

    Electric Car Maintenance Costs Exceed Expectations, Reveals German Press

    While electric cars boast fewer components thanks to their electric drive, the German newspaper "Handelsblatt" admits that this doesn't necessarily translate to lower repair frequency. Quite the contrary.

    Europe vs. USA and Russia: Tusk’s Controversial Statement Sparks Debate

    In a recent press conference alongside the President of the European Council, Charles Michel, Donald Tusk boldly proclaimed that Europe stands as a powerhouse, eclipsing both the United States and Russia combined in economic, financial, and technological prowess. His assertion, however, has ignited a flurry of reactions, with many labelling it as "anti-Americanism."

    Ruud Reigns Supreme: Hurkacz’s Swift Defeat in Monte Carlo

    Hubert Hurkacz suffered a disappointing loss to Casper Ruud in the third round of the ATP 1000 tournament in Monte Carlo. Despite a strong start, Hurkacz struggled with unforced errors, leading to a swift 4-6, 2-6 defeat in just over an hour.

    Unveiling Europe’s Migration Nightmare: A Tragic Tale from Stockholm

    Another tragic episode unfolds in the heart of Europe as a Polish citizen falls victim to the perils of unchecked migration in Stockholm. The haunting spectre of Europe's migration pact looms larger than ever, casting doubt on the continent's future.

    The Bell of the Unborn: A Call to Conscience Amidst Poland’s Abortion Debate

    Outside the Polish Parliament, the Unborn Bell stands tall, a symbol of a resounding initiative in defence of conceived life. Erected by Ordo Iuris near Wiejska Street, this massive bell serves as a literal call to conscience, urging lawmakers to consider the sanctity of life.

    Poland’s Radio Day

    Today, Poland commemorates a significant milestone in its broadcasting history - Poland's Radio Day. This annual event holds special significance for radio professionals across the nation, marking not only the advancements in technology but also the pivotal moments that shaped the country's broadcasting landscape.

    Controversial Russian ‘Civil Tanks’ Enter Polish Market: Kirov Tractors

    Despite ongoing tensions, large Russian Kirov tractors are making their way into Poland, raising eyebrows. The renowned Kirov Factory in Saint Petersburg, once a producer of Soviet tanks, now oversees their production, under Russian military scrutiny.

    President Duda Honors Victims of Smolensk Tragedy, Highlights Sacrifice for Poland

    President Andrzej Duda led a solemn ceremony in Krakow, marking the 14th anniversary of the tragic Smolensk plane crash that claimed the lives of 96 individuals, including President Lech Kaczyński and his wife Maria.

    Remembering the Smolensk Disaster: Reflections on the 14th Anniversary

    April 10th marks the sombre anniversary of the Smolensk disaster, a tragedy that unfolded 14 years ago claiming the lives of 96 individuals aboard the Polish Air Force Tu-154M aircraft. Among the victims were Poland's President Lech Kaczyński, his wife Maria, and 94 other prominent figures, who were en route to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the Katyn massacre.

    Hubert Hurkacz Battles Through Errors to Advance in Monte Carlo Masters

    Polish tennis star Hubert Hurkacz fought through a flurry of errors to reach the ATP Monte Carlo Masters' second round after an intense clash with British player Jack Draper. Despite nearly 30 mistakes, Hurkacz's resilience shone through in a thrilling match lasting over two hours, ending in a tense 6-4, 3-6, 7-6(2) victory. 

    Poland’s Linette-Less Challenge: Facing Switzerland in Billie Jean King Cup

    Magda Linette's absence from the upcoming Billie Jean King Cup match against Switzerland in Biel has dealt a blow to Poland's aspirations.

    Government Fails to Deliver on CPK Project Deadlines

    The governance under the current government has been marred by a series of failures, particularly evident in the mishandling of critical infrastructure projects. The most recent example of this incompetence is the Central Communication Port (CPK) project, where delays and unmet deadlines underscore a concerning lack of efficiency within the government apparatus.

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    Poland’s Linette-Less Challenge: Facing Switzerland in Billie Jean King Cup

    Magda Linette's absence from the upcoming Billie Jean King Cup match against Switzerland in Biel has dealt a blow to Poland's aspirations.

    President Duda Honors Victims of Smolensk Tragedy, Highlights Sacrifice for Poland

    President Andrzej Duda led a solemn ceremony in Krakow, marking the 14th anniversary of the tragic Smolensk plane crash that claimed the lives of 96 individuals, including President Lech Kaczyński and his wife Maria.

    Remembering the Smolensk Disaster: Reflections on the 14th Anniversary

    April 10th marks the sombre anniversary of the Smolensk disaster, a tragedy that unfolded 14 years ago claiming the lives of 96 individuals aboard the Polish Air Force Tu-154M aircraft. Among the victims were Poland's President Lech Kaczyński, his wife Maria, and 94 other prominent figures, who were en route to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the Katyn massacre.

    Poland to Experience Warm Day, Cooler Days Ahead

    April brings unusually warm weather to Poland, with today marking the peak before a cooling trend.

    Hollywood Stars of Polish Descent: Rachel Zegler 

    Rachel Zegler, the 22-year-old American actress and singer of Polish descent, has been making waves in the entertainment industry with her talent and versatility.

    Hubert Hurkacz Secures Victory at Estoril Tennis Tournament

    Polish tennis player, Hubert Hurkacz, emerged triumphant at the...

    Hubert Hurkacz Battles Through Errors to Advance in Monte Carlo Masters

    Polish tennis star Hubert Hurkacz fought through a flurry of errors to reach the ATP Monte Carlo Masters' second round after an intense clash with British player Jack Draper. Despite nearly 30 mistakes, Hurkacz's resilience shone through in a thrilling match lasting over two hours, ending in a tense 6-4, 3-6, 7-6(2) victory.