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.
The death toll from a suspected gas explosion that ripped apart a Protestant church building in Katowice has risen to two after rescuers found another body.
Firefighters have recovered a body from the rubble of a protestant parish building that exploded in the Polish southern city of Katowice on Friday morning.
Hailed as being ‘priceless’ and ‘unique’, the pictures were taken secretly in 1943 by Polish firefighter Zbigniew Leszek Grzywaczewski as he protected Warsaw from the ghetto flames.
Russian aggression remains the greatest challenge to the free world, the Polish defence minister said on Monday.
Volodymyr Skovorek completed the 830-kilometer route in 14-days; dubbed the ‘Ultramarathon of Gratitude’, he entered Warsaw yesterday on Ukraine’s Independence Day.