Titled ‘Re-enchanting the World’, the project by Małgorzata Mirga-Tas sees her become the first Romani artist to ever represent Poland at the prestigious event.
US President Joe Biden's visit to Poland shows a new reality in which Poland suddenly takes centre stage and becomes a linchpin of Western solidarity and security, the New York Times wrote on Friday.
Literature loving biology boffins from Łódź decided to name the crustacean Gammarus Stasiuki in honour of Andrzej Stasiuk after finding it in the Poland’s Lower Beskid mountain range, which is also the home of the award-winning writer.
There was no bomb threat to a Ryanair plane flying from Athens to Vilnius, which was forced to land in Minsk on May 23 only to arrest a Belarusian dissident onboard the aircraft, Polish prosecutors have concluded.
In connection with a New York Times (NYT) article, the Polish Culture Ministry stated that all works of art, NYT wrote about, had been placed by the German occupiers in the borders of today's Poland, which during WWII was either part of or was incorporated in the Third Reich.
Polish outstanding trumpeter Tomasz Stańko, who recently passed away, set an example not only for musicians, New York Times jazz music critic Ben Ratliff has told PAP.
The Warsaw Uprising was the single largest military effort ever undertaken by any European Resistance group during WWII.