Over a thousand WWII shells and mortar bombs have been found on a construction site in Wroclaw, south-western Poland.
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The Polish Nitro-Chem chemical plant based in the northern city of Bydgoszcz is one of nine companies that have secured a contract to supply trinitrotoluene (TNT) to the US Army, the company has announced.
Poland's Ministry of National Defence has signed two deals with defence contractor Mesko S.A. for ammunition for the Pilica air-defence and artillery system and the KTO Rosomak armoured personnel carrier, the defence minister announced on Thursday.
A Warsaw court decided to arrest for three months a South African national who was planning to leave Warsaw's Chopin Airport with four pieces of ammunition and a grenade in his luggage, PAP learnt on Wednesday.
Warsaw's Chopin Airport has been evacuated after the Border Guard detained a South African citizen who had been allegedly carrying a grenade and four pieces of ammunition, a Border Guard spokesperson has told PAP.
Archaeologists made the startling discoveries as work on the palace foundations gets underway before its much-anticipated reconstruction.
Police have arrested three people in connection with the theft of crates of ammunition from a train manned by US soldiers at a depot in the south-western town of Wegliniec, a district prosecutor's office spokesperson said on Wednesday.
The Polish defence minister has approved a large purchase of Polish-made artillery ammunition to increase the Polish industry's production capacity and support the training of Polish soldiers.
Poland welcomes the Council of the European Union's decision to spend EUR 1 billion on the joint procurement of ammunition and missiles for Ukraine, the Polish government spokesperson has said.
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