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Nearly 14,000 people living in the eastern Polish city of Lublin were given an evacuation notice on Thursday after an unexploded bomb was found in the city.
A fire in a chemical facility with hazardous chemicals in Przylep, western Poland, is under control and should be contained within hours, Polish authorities have said.
Nearly 150 firefighters and 49 vehicles set off on Wednesday for the south and west of the Greek capital Athens.
Poland will send firefighters to Greece to help it cope with wildfires burning on multiple fronts around Athens, with more extreme heat on the way, the Polish interior minister has announced on social media.
Poland has offered Italy assistance to combat against massive floods that have seriously affected the northern part of the country.
Twelve people have been pulled alive from ruined buildings in Turkey by a Polish search and rescue team, a spokesman for Poland's State Fire Service has said.
Polish firefighters will remain in Turkey until February 16, as there is still a chance of rescuing earthquake survivors, the head of the Polish fire service said on Friday.
A 76-strong team has set off to help in the rescue effort following the massive earthquake that hit the country on Monday morning as the teams head says: “The mission... will be one of the hardest we've been on so far."
A 69 year-old woman and her 41-year-old daughter died and four people were injured, including two children, in a suspected gas explosion that ripped apart a Protestant presbytery in Katowice on Friday.
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