Following last week’s high profile arrest of an Italian mobster working as a pizza chef in France, TFN looks at how Polish cops have been cracking down on the Italian mafia hiding out in Poland.
Italian police have detained a 25-year-old homeless Polish man on charges of injuring a young female tourist from Israel at Rome's main railway station, Roma Termini, on New Year's Eve.
Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, has said that Poles and Italians are fed up with the dictate of European bureaucracy and want a true democracy.
Webber’s World: In one of Warsaw’s fringe districts to the city’s far east, plastered on the side of a municipal building I found a mural depicting a bi-plane swooshing over a cavalry unit beneath….
Three Polish women have been detained in Poland on suspicion of collaborating with the 'Ndrangheta, the "most powerful criminal organisation in Italy."
WEBBER’S WORLD: Remembered to this day as one of the World Cup’s most iconic games, the semi-final match against West Germany was dubbed ‘the water battle of Frankfurt’ after a torrential downpour had left the pitch in a quagmire.
Poland's prime minister thanked Italy's new prime minister Giorgia Meloni for her decided condemnation of Russia's invasion of Ukraine during their telephone conversation on Wednesday.
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The Warsaw-born actress was awarded for her leading role in 'It's Not Over', an Italian-Scottish thriller filmed in Scotland and directed by Italy’s Alessandro Riccardi.
Poland's president has hit out at the head of the European Commission (EC), Ursula von der Leyen, accusing her of arrogance over comments she made last week about the expected victory of a right-wing bloc led by Giorgia Meloni in Italy's parliamentary election.
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