Tajikistani national arrested after decapitating historic Virgin Mary statue in Warsaw
The 38-year-old man admitted to destroying the figurine, but claimed he “did not anticipate it would break”
‘Poles and Ukrainians united in seeking victory over Russia,’ Zelensky says in Warsaw
The Polish and Ukrainian presidents spoke to a large crowd in Warsaw Castle in a demonstration of Polish-Ukrainian solidarity on the day of Zelensky’s historic visit to Poland
Biden’s visit to Poland: Unlike Berlin and Brussels, Washington will not interfere in Polish elections
The U.S. president’s visit to Warsaw highlighted the divergent attitudes of the United States and the European Union towards Poland, with the EU demanding servility and ideological conformity, while the U.S. prioritizes security and military cooperation, writes Polish columnist Jakub Maciejewski
Biden attended private mass on Ash Wednesday in Warsaw hotel
The service was reportedly dedicated to peace, as well as redemption for Russia
Biden’s speech in Warsaw shows that Russia must be pushed out of Ukraine and completely isolated, argues Polish news editor
An adequate security structure cannot be built by merely freezing the conflict in Ukraine, argues one Polish editor
Real estate investors rank Poland among top 5 countries
One report shows that real estate investors are optimistic about the 2023 market outlook in Europe
Is Warsaw about to ration travel, meat, and dairy?
The C40 cities association, which campaigns for reducing global warming, has made recommendations to its members to radically reduce food consumption and travel
Can you see any fascists, Mr. Verhofstadt?
Polish MEP Dominik Tarczyński recorded a video of Poland’s Independence March in response to Belgian MEP Guy Verhofstadt, who had claimed that thousands of neo-Nazis attended the event in 2017
Poles can be proud of Polish Independence Day celebrations
The Polish Independence March of November 11 proves the commitment of Poles to some of the country’s essential values, writes senior Polish political commentator Jerzy Jachowicz
Poland: Protesters outside Russian embassy in Warsaw call Russians ‘murderers’ and ‘terrorists’
After Russia’s mass rocket attack against Ukraine, demonstrators in Warsaw gathered on Monday evening outside of the Russian embassy demanding that Russian diplomats be expelled from Poland
Destroyed Russian tanks on display in Warsaw
‘Ukraine is defending Poland and Europe,’ said a top Polish official during the opening of an exhibition of destroyed Russian tanks in Castle Square, Warsaw
‘Cities don’t have to be wretched cesspools of human filth’ – US professor contrasts photos of Poland’s Warsaw with homeless tent camps in Portland, Oregon
Professor Patrick J. Deneen visited Poland last week to attend a major conference and was impressed by what he saw, writing on Twitter, “Cities don’t have to be wretched cesspools of human filth”
Polish government reaches truce with union over air traffic controllers’ pay
Polish authorities have signed an agreement with the air traffic controllers union which means that air traffic controllers will remain in work and there will be no closing of the sky over Poland
Poland: Warsaw’s air traffic controllers mass quit over pay, severe flight cuts expected
Chopin and Modlin airports are to operate only from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. while as many as 300 flights daily could be canceled
‘Fresh and exciting’ Warsaw ranked among Europe’s best cities for a weekend visit
The American Condé Nast Traveler magazine heaped praise on Poland’s capital in its list of the most exciting European cities to visit
Pro-life truck driver brutally assaulted in Warsaw in attack caught on camera
The attack is one of many carried out by pro-abortion supporters over the last several months
Debate in Warsaw: Poland should actively create a Christian Europe
Politicians, experts, and journalists debated the consequences of cultural changes in Europe for three days in Warsaw during the Clash of Cultures conference
The scale of Poland’s March of Independence is what annoys the left the most
Those who belong to Poland’s liberal-left are trying to block the annual March of Independence because they are envious of its popularity compared to their own public manifestations, writes Jacek Karnowski
This Canadian just won Poland’s most important music competition
The best pianists from around the globe came to Warsaw to compete in one of the most important music events in the world
Who was the US photographer who documented Warsaw’s suffering in 1939?
Eighty-two years ago, on Sept. 15, 1939, American photographer Julien Bryan appealed to US President Franklin D. Roosevelt via radio to send aid to Warsaw, which was besieged by Nazi Germany’s armed forces
‘In essence, we’re working as the antithesis of the Soros project’ – Conservative university in Warsaw to open its doors in October
The rector of Collegium Intermarium says that universities seem to have abdicated the role of defending the search for truth, goodness and beauty and that his institution will attempt to restore that role for universities in public life
Destroyed by the Nazis in WWII, Poland has new plans to rebuild the Saxon Palace in Warsaw
A plan to rebuild the palace destroyed by Germans during WWII was introduced during the presentation of the Polish Deal
Warsaw’s liberal mayor takes credit for achievements of others in fighting the pandemic
The Chief of the PM’s Chancellery Michał Dworczyk stated that Rafał Trzaskowski criticized government initiatives to fight the pandemic, and it is medics who deserve all the praise for fighting the coronavirus
Poland: Massive field hospital in Warsaw stadium completed as Covid-19 cases hit new record high
VIDEO: Polish patriots and football fans defend St. Alexander’s Church in Warsaw against leftist attacks
The aggression of left-wing protesters in Poland is rising
Poland: Ronald Reagan’s statue in Warsaw vandalized during pro-abortion protests
Poland: Massive field hospital being built at National Stadium in Warsaw to combat COVID-19
Coronavirus cases are rising quickly in Poland, prompting the government to prepare for a worst-case scenario
Pro-LGBT artist paints shocking mural in Warsaw targeting the Church and the police
The shocking artwork raises the question of why LGBT activists are determined to show Poland as a homophobic country
VIDEO: LGBT activists act like dogs and bark at Catholic organization volunteers in Warsaw
Youth from the “Crusade of the Young” were literally barked at at by LGBT supporters who behaved like animals in Warsaw’s city center
Shocker: James Bond was a real person, spied in Poland during the communist era, and known for his ‘interest in women’
This news will come as a shock for every fan of the James Bond books and movies
Famous Polish girl in tragic WWII photo that shocked the world has passed away
The girl, seen in the famed photo showing her mourning her fallen sister who was shot by a Luftwaffe pilot in September 1939, has passed away
Cringe: Liberal Warsaw Mayor Trzaskowski demands nightclub DJ change the music, says, ‘It’s my city”
The opposition presidential candidate Rafał Trzaskowski’s behavior at a Warsaw nightclub was recorded and has gone viral on the web
Sewage plant disaster in Warsaw highlight’s liberal mayor’s failure to govern
In just a year, there is another serious breakdown in Warsaw’s sewage treatment plant and this time it may shatter Rafał Trzaskowski’s political career, writes editor-in-chief of wpolityce.pl Marzena Nykiel
Warsaw is recovering faster than Frankfurt and Milan
Poland’s capital has been given a rating of 3 on a 5-point scale with regard to speed of returning to pre-pandemic conditions, reports the CBRE group
LGBT activist attacks pro-life organization’s van in Warsaw
The same individual who last week jumped on top of a police van this week attacked a pro-life van in Warsaw
Poland: 48 LGBT activists charged for Warsaw riots and attacking police
LGBT activists detained for attempting to prevent the arrest of “Margot”, a trans person wanted by police for assaulting a pro-life activist
Poland’s opposition intends to use LGBT as a weapon
LGBT provocations are meant to cause permanent tension and conflict at both a domestic and international level for Poland, argues Jacek Karnowski, the editor-in-chief of Sieci weekly
VIDEO: Polish LGBT activists target Christian symbols once again, this time at Warsaw’s Holy Cross Church
During the commemoration of the 76th anniversary of the 1944 Warsaw Uprising, several incidents took place
Jesus wouldn’t side with today’s LGBT vandals, but with ordinary families
Traditional Polish families and their values are being ideologically assaulted by an LGBT steamroller backed by the media and European politics, writes, Jacek Karnowski, the editor-in-chief of Polish weekly Sieci
PM Morawiecki to Trzaskowski: What have you done to prevent Arriva road accidents in Warsaw?
A second Arriva bus accident has taken place in Warsaw
Poles still need to be more productive: Eurostat
Despite long-term economic growth, Poland still lags behind the EU average in terms of work productivity
V4 capitals to strengthen cooperation
Rail line connecting Poland with Baltic states under development
Warsaw-Kaunas-Riga-Tallinn line should be fully operational in 2025.
Polish PM calls for construction of 1920 Battle of Warsaw arch
1920 Battle of Warsaw is one of the greatest victories in history of Poland.
March of Independence participants well-educated and well off: survey
Exploding liberal myth that participants are often poor people.
Liberals’ big problem with Independence Day
Tens of thousands of Poles took part in the Independence March in Warsaw.
Polish LGBT movement funded by EU taxpayers’ money
Do you know how your tax money is being spent?
The Church should be kept out of politics
Distorting Catholic teachings will only hurt nationalism.
Robert De Niro to open luxury hotel in Warsaw
Robert De Niro and his associates are preparing to open Nobu Hotel Warsaw in early 2020. This will be the first hotel of the world-famous brand in Central-Eastern Europe.
Warsaw: Civic Platform (PO) election cheaters
PO has cheated on Warsaw’s citizens, again. Piotr Lisiewicz explains how PO has stolen millions by lowering a 98 percent rebate on transferring leasehold of properties into freehold in Warsaw to 60 percent.
Warsaw’s pavement eats smog
To combat Poland’s issue with smog, Skanska has developed a special pavement which “eats up” exhaust fumes. This project is the first of its kind in Central Europe.
First capsule hotel in Warsaw
Poland’s first capsule hotel has arrived in Warsaw’s city center. The trend from Japan and other South-East Asian countries draws clients with its highly competitive prices.
Warsaw has lost billions
Under Civic Platform (PO) governing, Warsaw has lost more than PLN21 billion on the reprivatization affair.
The day that belongs to Warsaw
On the anniversary of the Warsaw Uprising the whole city stops for a minute, an act that has no parallel in all of Europe. Across generations, they remember the day, which destined Warsaw to share a fate similar to that of Carthage. Yet Warsaw survived.