‘Jihadi Kowalski’ sentenced
The man was found guilty of participation in a terrorist group in Syria.
Stop insulting voters: KOD leader
Magdalena Filiks, one of the leaders of the Committee for the Defence of Democracy (KOD) rebukes liberal celebrities and politicians.
Kosciuszko Bridge opened in New York
The new bridge is named after the Polish and American hero, Tadeusz Kościuszko.
Kornel Morawiecki: a hero of Wrocław
Poland IN spoke with a journalist Igor Janke about the anti-communist activist Kornel Morawiecki who died on Monday.
Joanna Czeczott wins prestigious Kościelski Award
Her latest book, “Petersburg: city of dreams” received Polish oldest independent literary award.
Second suspect arrested in Komenda case
The second suspect has been arrested in a case which saw Tomasz Komenda wrongly imprisoned for 18 years.
Korean companies to help Polish nuclear power
The first Polish-South Korean Nuclear Forum took place on Thursday in Warsaw.
Will Koszalin election recount become Poland’s ‘Florida’?
Ruling party questions election results in some Senate seats. The legal challenge launched could lead to recounts.
Police drilled for stabilisation mission in Kosovo
Police officers were trained in combat operations and introduced to the Serb and Alban cultures.