Maksymilian (Maks) Szoblik from the village of Jaworze in southern Poland was returning from football practice when he noticed the woman with soaking wet shoes huddled up on a bench at a bus stop close to his school.
A 13-year-old boy has been charged with stabbing a Pole to death in London, British police announced on Friday.
One of the Afghan boys who ate highly poisonous mushrooms with his family will undergo a liver transplant in a Warsaw children's hospital. The other child is in coma.
Operating between 1942 and 1944, the Jewish vendors aged between six and sixteen have been described as “the little heroes of WWII who, through their own survival, defeated the enemy.”
To deal with the trauma he had endured, Thomas Geve recorded his memories by putting them on paper. Now for the first time, more than 80 of his sketches are presented alongside his narrative of events in The Boy Who Drew Auschwitz, written with journalist Charlie Inglefield.
Auschwitz museum director Piotr Cywiński stepped in to help and offered to serve part of the teen’s jail sentence for clemency after Omar Farouq Bashir was sentenced allegedly ‘blaspheming against Allah’ during an argument with a friend at school.
In a letter to Nigeria’s president Muhammadu Buhari, the director of the museum Piotr Cywiński hit out at the “preposterous sentence” saying: “While waiting for your response, I wish to assure you that I will continue to act toward’s the boy’s release.”
The seven-year-old child was trying to warn his parents of approaching German troops when he was gunned down and later buried alive.