Polish leaders march with far-right groups to mark Independence Day

Polish leaders led an Independence Day march that included members of nationalist organisations, the first time Polish state officials have marched with the far-right groups.

Poland demotes prosecutor who tried to halt probe of Holocaust scholar

A Polish prosecutor who twice tried to halt the investigation into an article written by a Princeton University professor saying that Poles killed more Jews than Germans during World War II has been demoted.

Poland blocks far-right march

The mayor of Warsaw banned radical Polish nationalists from marching on the 100th anniversary of Poland’s independence due to security concerns.

Polish museum commemorates 1,500 towns where Jews were saved from the Nazis

The Museum of Poles Saving Jews opened a memorial orchard commemorating 1,500 towns and villages where Poles saved Jews during World War II.

Poland hands over site of future ghetto museum

A museum dedicated to the Jews who suffered in the Warsaw Ghetto during Nazi Germany's wartime occupation of Poland came closer to reality with a key handover ceremony.

Polish teens investigated over photo of Nazi salute at Auschwitz

Three Polish teens who made a Nazi salute at the site of the former Auschwitz-Birkenau camp will be investigated by the local prosecutor’s office.

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