PhotoAid have earned global publicity after pioneering a scheme that allows employees to work from a 300 sq/m condo in Tenerife, a ploy that has helped bonding, recruitment and productivity.
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Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, said on Friday he had vetoed a joint European Council statement on migration and thus it would not be included in the Granada summit's conclusions.
Police have smashed a major drug ring that smuggled marijuana from Spain to Poland through the Netherlands and Germany.
Two 15th-century paintings looted by German forces during World War II have been returned to Poland.
Founded in 2016, the Kraków company called 6Roads now has nine observatories on six continents and is currently constructing another in Australia.
An exhibition devoted to the 1943 Warsaw Ghetto Rising, in which Warsaw's Jewish population rose up against the Nazis, opened on Friday in the government-run Centro Sefarad Israel institute.
The volume of Poland's assistance to Ukraine puts it in the lead of large western countries while the government of Pedro Sanchez has been conducting "meagre and unclear" politics of support towards Ukraine after Russia's invasion, a Spanish daily has said.
Data from Eurostat, the EU's statistical office, show Poland to have the bloc's second-lowest unemployment rate, the Ministry of Family and Social Polish has announced.
A Pole will take command of Eurocorps, a multi-national rapid reaction force, in late June, according to the Radio Information Agency (IAR).
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