Poland's Central Bureau for Fighting Cybercrime (CBZC) has busted a group of 64 people involved in the possession and sharing of child sexual abuse content.
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Police in the city of Lodz have launched an inquiry into an attack on a statue of Pope John Paul II, who has been recently accused of covering up cases of child abuse.
There have been no eye-catching headlines or sensational leads in Dutch media such as those that have emblazoned Polish media promoting Ekke Overbeek. And his "irrefutable," "nuclear" proof incriminating the pope was treated reservedly, even critically.
Poland's governing Law and Justice (PiS) party wants the Sejm, lower house of parliament, to adopt a resolution in defence of the late Pope John Paul II following media accusations that he had covered up child sex abuse in the Catholic Church when he was an archbishop.
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