The president of the prestigious Janów Podlaski Stud Farm has been dismissed after less than a week in the post.
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A group of 32 protesters who interrupted a mass in a Polish cathedral with a pro-abortion rights demonstration have been acquitted of disturbance of a religious act.
Caregivers along with their adult children with disabilities have resumed their protest in parliament demanding that a draft on a social pension should be debated during the forthcoming sitting of the Sejm, lower house of parliament.
Solidarity, Poland's biggest trade union, has suspended its planned protest following a tragic missile blast in eastern Poland, the union leader confirmed after talks with the government.
Uniformed service trade unions demonstrated on Wednesday outside the Prime Minister's Office in Warsaw demanding wage indexations.
Solidarity, Poland's biggest trade union, will hold a demonstration in Warsaw on November 17, the union leader has announced.
Poland has officially protested against the removal by the Russian authorities of Polish flags from the Katyn war cemetery, a presidential official has said.
Poland’s deputy foreign minister has criticised the Russian ambassador to Poland, claiming that many of his activities are designed to be a “provocation”.