An online lesson presenting the fate of Jews held in the Litzmannstadt Ghetto, set up in the Nazi German-occupied central Polish city of Łódź during World War II, was posted on the Auschwitz Museum's website on Monday.
In a situation that seemed helpless, Fardin Kazemi was forced to fly home to meet his family after a long separation and to figure out his next move. And then the internet came to his rescue again along with a trucking firm in the village of Święcice.
Fardin Kazemi had been using an American International 9670 lorry from the 1980s to deliver goods from Poland when he broke down. As news of the breakdown spread, drivers came forward to help the man, who was stranded far from his native Iran.
Inspired by European cities Karolina Naji’s designs take humble shirts and turn them into something so much more.
TFN meets eco star Julia Mafalda, the Polish woman looking to connect the world with a revolutionary 'planet-first' app.
In just four weeks the Comixify website, which allows visitors to convert video into a comic strip, has been flooded by over 180,000 viewers and has generated over 22,000 comics.
One of the reasons for the increase in online sales is Poland’s good macroeconomic situation, alongside low unemployment and wage growth, which have led to the best consumer mood for decades.
Witold Pilecki’s Report from Auschwitz, the first source document about this German concentration camp, written in 1943, is available online in new English translation.