A fourth person has been detained by police in connection with an anti-Semitic march in the city of Kalisz held last month.
The Regional Prosecutor's Office in the central Polish city of Kalisz has applied to the local court for the temporary arrest of three men charged with inciting hatred for organising an anti-Semitic march in the city.
An Independence March marking Poland's Independence Day (Nov. 11) and the 103rd anniversary of the country's restoration to statehood, set off at 1 pm on Thursday from the centre of Warsaw.
The head of the Office for Veterans and Repressed Persons has said that Poland's disputed annual Independence March will be held as an official state event this year.
A Warsaw appeals court rejected a request by Poland's prosecutor general to suspend the execution of an earlier court decision to ban a nationalist march in Warsaw.
The Court of Appeal on Friday upheld the Wednesday ruling by a court in Warsaw in favour of Warsaw City Hall which had sought a ban on a far right march in central Warsaw on Independence Day, overturning a province governor's decision to grant the march priority status.
The governor of the central province of Mazowieckie has told PAP that has he signed-off on the decision to register the November 11 ‘Independence March’, and that the decision will remain valid for three years.
Animal protection organisations held a March for Animals in Warsaw on Monday to mark World Animal Day (Oct. 4).
A Polish man who was stabbed during demonstrations against a planned gay-rights march in Tbilisi on Monday is in a stable condition after undergoing surgery, a Polish deputy foreign minister said on Tuesday.
The Belarusian Foreign Ministry has lodged a protest against a march in memory of Poland's post-war Enduring Soldiers anti-communist underground, planned in Hajnówka, eastern Poland,