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No Treasure Was Found: The Hunt for the Nazi Train Ends

No Treasure Was Found: The Hunt for the Nazi Train Ends

The treasure hunt that began last in the town of Walbrzych, Poland has ended after two treasure hunters failed to find a buried Nazi train full of gold, jewels, and weapons. When treasure hunters found a rail tunnel in Walbrzych last year, they...

Polish language at schools in Scotland? It's possible

Polish language at schools in Scotland? It's possible

Despite the Brexit vote, Scotland has decided to make EU nationals feel more welcome by teaching Polish in Scottish schools. During a debate on the impact of Britain's decision to leave the EU held in Edinburgh, the Scottish Government said...

Britons applying for polish passports

Britons applying for polish passports

After the Brexit, the number of Britons enquiring about Polish passports has sky-rocketed by 10,000 according to the Polish Embassy. Fearing that the...

New reports show that Warsaw is the best place to travel for a cheap holiday

New reports show that Warsaw is the best place to travel for a cheap holiday

According to the Post Office Travel Money study, the pound stretches further for art galleries, museums, and shows in the Polish capital than 16 other...

Joanna Jozwik claimed that she feels like a silver medallist

Joanna Jozwik claimed that she feels like a silver medallist

Polish middle distance runner, Joanna Jozwik finished fifth in the women's 800 final at Rio Olymics but she has claimed that she feels like a silver medallist. After...

Pregnant Polish woman enslaved by a Romanian

Pregnant Polish woman enslaved by a Romanian

A pregnant Polish woman enslaved by a Romanian father and son has finally found justice. Ioan Berlan, 47, and Reni Parczewski, 25, were taken to jail after...

Poland passes bill to jail people who use the term ''polish death camp''

Poland passes bill to jail people who use the term ''polish death camp''

''I can't imagine they will seriously try to implement this law" - said Dr. Efraim Zuroff, the Simon Wiesenthal Center's top Nazi-hunter. He mentioned...

Polish photographer saves eagle! In spectacular way [video]

Polish photographer saves eagle! In spectacular way [video]

In a drone captured video, a Polish nature photographer, Krzysztof Chomicz is seen saving the life a white-tailed eagle named Icarus stuck in thick coastal...

The search for the Nazi gold train is back on!

The search for the Nazi gold train is back on!

Treasure hunters have resumed their mission to find the gold train buried somewhere in south-western Poland during the Nazi period. Although there is no...

Auschwitz families furious! Tour firm uses bus with images of real victims

Auschwitz families furious! Tour firm uses bus with images of real victims

A tourist bus with disturbing images of real victims of Nazi death camp Auschwitz has caused outrage among the victims' families and Jewish leaders. Apparently,...

President signs minimum wage bill

President signs minimum wage bill

Polish president Andrzej Duda has signed a bill whereby the country’s minimum wage will be set at PLN 12 (EUR 2.73) an hour from 2017. The new rules will...

Poles to follow World Youth Days through media

Poles to follow World Youth Days through media

Over 80 percent of Poles do not intend to take part in World Youth Days, but nearly 70 percent intend to keep track of the event via media broadcasts,...

Venice Commission to postpone opinion on bill on Poland's Constitutional Tribunal

Venice Commission to postpone opinion on bill on Poland's Constitutional Tribunal

The Council of Europe's Venice Commission, an international watchdog, will not issue a preliminary opinion on a bill on Poland’s Constitutional Tribunal,...

Poland to focus on innovation, start-ups: deputy PM

Poland to focus on innovation, start-ups: deputy PM

Innovation, boosting start-ups, cohesion policy and the EU single market will be among Poland’s priorities during its turn at the presidency of the Visegrad...

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