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Fardin Kazemi had been using an American International 9670 lorry from the 1980s to deliver goods from Poland when he broke down. As news of the breakdown spread, drivers came forward to help the man, who was stranded far from his native Iran.
Taking seven years to conduct their research, the team of scientists under Prof. Robert Mysłajek from the Warsaw University’s Institute of Genetics and Biotechnology gathered and genetically analysed 2,300 samples of excrement, urine, fur and fragments of tissues from dead wolves from all over Poland.
Calling themselves AFOL’s (Adult Fans of Lego) the men have each come up with their own take on the Flights writer to celebrate her historic award.
More than 70 pct of Poles have declared that they plan to support charity initiatives during the Christmas period, says a report by the Deloitte consulting firm.
Dhruv Razdan thought he would have to spend a further fortnight abroad waiting for a new passport but thankfully a kind-hearted soul intervened.
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The 80-year-old pensioner who recently suffered a stroke and has difficulty moving, had been struggling to look after his horse Eliza and it was feared that she would have to be taken away – and then internet-users came to the rescue.
A photo trap caught the Eurasian lynx family playing around on the Carpathians mountain range, the first time the animals have been filmed in the region.
The bespoke e-MaksPower racing car from the Warsaw University of Technology students took two years to build and cost 80,000 PLN after 10-year-old Maks told them he would love to go racing.