The Institute of National Remembrance published the photo on its Facebook page on 14 March in the hope of finding out who the woman was, what happened to her after the war and whether she is still alive – or whether her children or grandchildren are.
Poland is the third safest country in the EU, according to Eurostat, the EU’s statistical office, with only 4.4 percent of Poles reporting crime, violence or vandalism in their local areas in 2019.
One Pole has died and another is recovering in hospital after having had body organs removed in Mexico, a Polish web portal reported on Thursday.
The International Auschwitz Committee, which was formed in 1952, said that the German judiciary had failed to deal with former death camp staff for decades.
Polish police have detained a man suspected of leading an organised crime group in Great Britain, the Police Central Investigative Bureau (CBSP) announced on Tuesday.
Advances in technology have enabled police to arrest a suspect in the 1994 murder of Zyta Michalska.
The 75 victims buried today, which include three infants, were discovered during archaeological work carried out earlier this year by a special section of Poland’s Institute of National Remembrance.
The Polish justice minister has called for the punishment of military officers, and prosecutors and judges, responsible for crimes committed during martial law in Poland.
The Polish embassy in Moscow has issued a statement condemning attempts "to falsify the NKVD's responsibility for the Katyn Massacre" at a conference on Polish-Russian relations held near Moscow in November.
Archbishop Henryk Gulbinowicz has been forbidden from celebrating Holy Mass, taking part in public meetings and using the bishop's insignia as the result of accusations of sexual harassment, the Apostolic Nunciature in Poland announced on Friday.