In 1946 Rajchman called for a fund to be created to help children. On his initiative, around 30 million medical examinations and 17 million tuberculosis vaccines were provided in 22 countries around the world between 1948-1951.
Airport authorities removed the happy cat from the plane before handing it over to city guards.
It is estimated that Icelanders consume over 160 tonnes of Prince Polo chocolate bars every year.
The companies announced, that they will cooperate on BLIK’s expansion to new markets outside of Poland as well.
Dawid Ogrodnik follows in some famed footsteps by being named a “Shooting Star” of European cinema.
A magical display of lights and music hits the royal palace and offers an escape from shopping hell.
Joanna Kocemka-Żebrowska from the Topografie Foundation which organised the event said: “We wanted to tell this story from many angles and give an outlet for many voices. When most people think of the history of Łódź, they think of the nineteenth century and the different cultures that lived alongside each other, but there is a more recent and tragic story that hasn’t been told.”
Polish and foreign officials have honoured a Pole who died of wounds sustained in last Tuesday's terror attack in France's eastern city of Strasbourg.
If the Cold War had gone hot, scientists would have weathered the storm in what is now one of Warsaw’s strangest tourist sights.
Paweł Pawlikowski’s romantic drama walks away with a sack load of awards on a triumphant night for Polish cinema.
Thanks to cutting-edge technology and enhanced security, millions of people are embracing e-banking.