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Family and Social Policy Minister, Marlena Malag told PAP on Friday that she has asked the justice minister to begin work immediately on the Penal Code section that deals with child abuse.
The yellowing papers known as the Majchrzycka archive were secretly copied by Home Army soldier Jadwiga Majchrzycka and provide key evidence of the Soviet Union’s massacre of Polish officers at Katyń in 1940.
Andrzej Duda, the Polish president, has compared some of the crimes committed by Russian troops in Ukraine to the mass murder of thousands of Polish officers by the Soviet NKVD during World War Two.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky's visit to Poland offers an opportunity to achieve reconciliation between the two countries over the massacre of Poles by Ukrainian nationalists during World War II, a spokesman for the Polish Foreign Ministry has said.
The Central Investigation Bureau (CBSP) has shut down a counterfeit cigarette production facility in south western Poland that could turn out up to a million cigarettes a day.
Russia's leaders must be held accountable for war crimes committed in Ukraine, a Polish deputy foreign minister said on Wednesday.
Irmgard Furchner was given a two-year suspended sentence by the district court in the German town of Itzehoe after being convicted under juvenile law owing to the fact that she was only 18 years old at the time of the crimes.
A Polish 14-year-old boy was fatally stabbed with a knife by another teenager in Gateshead, northeast England, Gateshead police said on Wednesday.
A 30-year-old Pole has been arrested in Poland on suspicion of involvement in last July's assassination of a popular Dutch investigative journalist Peter de Vries, Dutch prosecutors said on Monday.