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Poland grants humanitarian visa to Belarusian Olympic athlete

Krystsina Tsimanouskaya is expected to depart Tokyo for Warsaw this week after flight standoff on Sunday.
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77th anniversary of the Warsaw Uprising

5pm was a very important time in Warsaw, Poland. Today is 77th Anniversary of the Warsaw Uprising (Powstanie Warszawskie). 5pm was W Hour (Godzina W), when Warsaw remembered the heroes who fought against nazis during the Warsaw Uprising. Today, at 5pm Warsaw stopped for one minute to remember the heroes (bohaterowie) who fought against Nazi horror. Cars (samochody), public transports (transport publiczny), people (ludzie) stopped for one minute and city sirens and churches bells rang for one min...
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Polish Minister Says European Rights Law Breaches Constitution

WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland's justice minister on Thursday asked its Constitutional Tribunal to examine whether an article of the European Convention...
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Apple Museum With 1,500 Exhibits to Open in Poland

A museum dedicated to Apple and its products is set to open in Poland later this year, it has been announced. The museum will feature 1,500 exhibits related to the development and evolution of Apple products throughout the company's history. It is said to be the biggest and most complete collection of its kind in the world. Krzysztof Grochowski, President of the Management Board of Japko, the company behind the exhibition, said:We decided, together with our business partners, that it is our d...
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Artists Protest Polish Government’s Plans To Oust National Gallery Director

More than 800 Polish artists, curators and critics have written to the country’s culture minister opposing plans to remove the director of the Zachęta – National Gallery of Art in Warsaw. – Art Review Art Review
Tags: Art, Warsaw, Visual, National Gallery of Art, 07.21.21, Zachęta

U.S. Warns Poland Over News Channel, Worries About Media Freedom

WARSAW (Reuters) - Future American investments in Poland could be jeopardised if the country does not renew the licence of TVN24, U.S. State...
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Polish Justice Minister Says Warsaw Cannot Comply With EU's Court Ruling

WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland's justice minister said on Wednesday it was not possible to comply with a ruling by the top European Union court that the...
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Poland Postpones Contested Media Law Debate Amid Coalition Splits

WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland's ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party postponed a parliamentary debate over a new media law, a senior lawmaker said on...
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Poland's Tusk Says Conflicts With EU Could Eventually End the Bloc

WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland and Hungary's conflicts with the European Union could start a process that results in the bloc falling apart, former...
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Poland Eyes Investment Boost With New Economic Programme, Says Minister

WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland is hoping to boost investment with its "Polish Deal" economic programme, the finance minister said, as it banks on a raft...
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EU Court Rules Polish Judicial Reform Illegal in Worsening Standoff

By Gabriela Baczynska and Pawel FlorkiewiczBRUSSELS/WARSAW (Reuters) -The European Union's top court ruled on Thursday that Poland's system for...
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Poundland Owner Pepco Sees Pressure, Opportunity From Inflation

WARSAW (Reuters) - Warsaw-listed discount retailer Pepco Group could benefit from inflationary pressure in the coming quarters as people become...
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Rule of Law Dispute Deepens as Rulings by Polish and EU Courts Clash

WARSAW (Reuters) -Interim measures imposed on the Polish judicial system by the top European court are against the Polish constitution, Poland's...
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Poland to Buy 250 U.S. Tanks as It Seeks to Beef up Defences

WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland will buy 250 U.S. tanks as part of a deal worth around $6 billion, the defence minister said on Wednesday, as the NATO...
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Polish Media Law Faces Uncertain Future Amid Coalition Splits

WARSAW (Reuters) - Polish media law faced an uncertain future on Wednesday amid splits in the ruling coalition over a proposal that could see a U.S...
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Discovery Opposes Proposed Polish Media Rules

WARSAW (Reuters) - Discovery Inc, the owner of Poland's most-watched news channel TVN24, will defend the business against "growing regulatory...
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Polish Draft Law Threatens U.S.-Owned Broadcaster, Opposition Says

WARSAW (Reuters) - A U.S.-owned broadcaster critical of Poland's nationalist government could lose its licence due to a proposed change in law,...
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ARP Picks Up French Rights to ‘Fools,’ From Berlin Silver Bear Winner Tomasz Wasilewski (EXCLUSIVE)

French distributor ARP has acquired the rights to “Fools,” an upcoming drama by Berlinale Silver Bear winner Tomasz Wasilewski (“United States of Love”). Jan Naszewski’s Warsaw-based sales outlet New Europe Film Sales brokered the deal. “Fools” is the story of Marlena and Tomasz, who are hidden away from the world in a small seaside town […]
Tags: News, Berlin, Global, Markets & Festivals, Warsaw, Tomasz Wasilewski, Tomasz, Arp, New Europe Film Sales, Jan Naszewski, Marlena

Poland Plans to Rebuild Enigma-Linked Palace Razed in WWII

Poland is reviving plans to reconstruct a historic Warsaw palace where the German Enigma machine codes were first cracked in 1932 and which Nazi German occupying forces blew up in 1944.
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A year after expanding to Europe, Nigerian fintech Lidya raises $8.3M to scale lending operations

Nigerian fintech and lending startup Lidya today announced that it has completed its $8.3 million pre-Series B funding round . Alitheia Capital led the investment via its uMunthu Fund. Other investors that participated include Bamboo Capital Partners, Accion Venture Lab and Flourish Ventures . In addition to the $1.3 million seed round secured in 2017 and $6.9 million Series A a year later, Lidya has raised a total of $16.5 million . This investment will see Lidya grow its lendin...
Tags: Europe, Nigeria, Africa, Tech, Czech Republic, Poland, 3m, Warsaw, Eastern Europe, U K, Lydia, Lidya, Tunde Kehinde, Ercin Eksin, Africa Courier Express, Kehinde

Poland's Kaczynski Slams Israel for Criticism Over War Restitution Law

WARSAW (Reuters) -Poland's ruling party leader on Tuesday condemned comments from Israel regarding a new law that could have an impact on the...
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Poland's Tusk Says He Will Leave Role of EPP President

WARSAW (Reuters) - Former European Council President Donald Tusk will leave his role as president of the European People's Party (EPP), he said on...
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This is what makes real estate in the United States of America so unique

From commissions and entrepreneurism to Poland's legendary tale of the "one-hour MLS," there are few places like the U.S. when it comes to real estate.
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Hackers Breached Several MPs' Email Accounts, Poland Says

WARSAW (Reuters) - The email accounts of about a dozen members of parliament were hacked recently, Polish counter-intelligence said on Friday,...
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Polish Regulator Blames Swiss Franc Appreciation for FX Loan Problems

WARSAW (Reuters) - Problems surrounding Swiss-franc mortgages taken out in Poland result mainly from the increase in value of the franc, not from...
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US embassy in Warsaw publishes video condemning LGBT hate

A video titled #WordsMatter highlights hateful messages left under posts about equality.
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German identity verifier IDnow acquires France’s ARIADNEXT for $59 million, hits M&A road

IDnow, a German-based identity verification startup is acquiring ARIADNEXT, a French equivalent, specializing in remote identity verification and digital identity creation. A price was not released by either party but TechCrunch understands from sources that the deal was approximately $59 million / €50 million. Sources say IDnow is looking to do similar acquisitions. IDnow says the combined entity will be able to provide a comprehensive identity verification platform, ranging from AI-driven to h...
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European Rights Court Says Poland Denied Judges Right to Appeal

WARSAW (Reuters) - The Polish justice minister infringed on the rights of two court officials when he dismissed them without letting them appeal,...
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Poland Should Copy Hungarian LGBT Law, Says Polish Minister

WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland should copy a Hungarian law that bans schools from using materials seen as promoting homosexuality, the Polish education...
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Polish Catholic Church Facing Wave of Sex Abuse Allegations

WARSAW (Reuters) - The Catholic Church in Poland is facing a wave of allegations of sexual abuse, church authorities said on Monday, as they laid...
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