360 million Christians are being persecuted around the world, report says
Christians continue to be persecuted in predominantly communist and Islamic nations, while 5,621 Christians were killed last year simply for practicing their faith
French Senate report confirms interior minister lied after May 28 chaos during Stade de France football match
In a rule-of-law-abiding country, the interior minister would have lost his job for less than that, but not in Macron’s France.
Is the US State Department working to discredit Orbán’s election victory in Hungary?
The Freedom House think tank, funded by billionaire oligarch George Soros and the U.S. State Department, is clearly furious about Viktor Orbán’s landslide democratic victory
The left prepares the ground for questioning Hungary’s election results
If the left-wing opposition fails to win Hungary’s upcoming election, they are preparing to at least sow doubt about the results
More than a third of Poles now enjoy some aspect of working from home
35 percent of Poles work remotely or in hybrid mode and 9 out of 10 of them do not want to return to working at the office
Report: Ukrainians are changing their perception of Poland
The incredible mental turnaround ordinary Ukrainians have made towards Poland is nothing short of a miracle, writes columnist and former conservative politician Jan Rokita
Poland: COVID-19 pandemic led to dramatic drop in marriages and Catholic rites
The pandemic led to a serious drop in marriages and baptisms in Poland