Now THIS looks like a fun thing to do in winter.
Following the Senate report on CIA torture, a former president said Poland agreed to a CIA “black site” site but insisted no inmates be abused.
It’s all about the money!
These are from the Wheelchair Dance Sport European Championships in Lomianki near Warsaw, Poland on Nov. 9.
Darek Fidyka is the first person ever to recover from having his spinal cord sliced in half.
British photographer Rebecca Litchfield travelled across the former USSR to capture these remarkable images of decaying public buildings in deserted towns. Taken from the book Soviet Ghosts.
The latest leaked recording to rock European politics.
“How do you pronounce your name, again?”
On the 25th anniversary of the first free elections in Poland, the president will travel to the nation bordering Ukraine. A signal to Russia?
On Newsweek’s Polish cover, Russian President Vladimir Putin is pictured in a straight jacket over the words “Evil Empire.”
Sure, the language is tricky, but falling in love with Poland’s capital city is easy.
This is some next-level selfie work right here.
Featuring a quick solo from the U.S. Ambassador to Poland, Stephen Mull. Last year they did Mariah Carey’s “All I Want For Christmas Is You.”
And they have the bones to prove it.
Confusion grows over the origin of a potential compromise on Syria as Poland throws its hat into the ring. [UPDATE: Polish Ambassador confirms reports.]
He’s four inches tall, and he’s Polish.
And you thought you were proud of that sweater you made.
Agnieszka Radwanska claimed she is not ashamed of Jesus. But her Catholic youth group is ashamed of her.
He just can’t stop waving.
“We’ve been neighbors with the Russians for longer than you,” says Sikorski.
An ad uses wordplay on the president’s name to sell a smartphone/tablet package.
Dutch historian Jo Teuwisse creates these images by combining digitized photo negatives from the war with painstakingly framed photos of the same locations as they are today.
Obama campaign advisers slam Mitt Romney’s trip abroad as an utter failure.
Every August 1st, the people of Warsaw, Poland pay homage to 200,000 of the fallen during the 1944 Warsaw Uprising against Germany.
After Lech Walesa endorses Romney, the trade union co-founded by the former Polish President says he doesn’t speak for them.
Even outside the U.S., Paul’s devoted followers give Mitt a hard time.
On “The U.S.–Poland Relationship & The Values Of Liberty”
Conservative blog encourages its supporters to email the Romney campaign demanding a vist to Lech Kaczynski’s resting place.