Rather than focusing on soldiers and their equipment, the 90-plus photos by award-winning photographer Justyna Mielnikiewicz show mainly civilians: women, children, refugees, volunteers.
Without more forceful intervention in Ukraine's war, the consequences for the U.S. and Europe could be devastating, Mateusz Morawiecki, Poland’s prime minister, wrote in an article published on the Politico website, on Monday.
Poland's president has said anyone who has seen Ukrainian towns like Bucha, Borodyanka, Irpin and Mariupol, knows why allied forces have a presence on Nato's eastern flank.
Painted by Mexican artist Roberto Marquez, the work was rediscovered last week bearing superficial damage. Inspired by Picasso’s work depicting the bombing of Guernica, the epic painting will now be relocated to a museum in Przemyśl.
In an interview with TFN, Andriy Ivashko from the Polish Ukrainian Society in Mariupol reveals the horrors of everyday life for civilians living in the besieged city.
With the obvious parallels of Nazi and Soviet looting of Polish culture and art in World War Two, leading Polish museums have now joined together to set up the Committee for Assistance to Museums of Ukraine. Almost 20 institutions from all over Poland have already joined the project.