Polish Prime Minister attacks Netflix over episode about John Demjaniuk in the series “The Devil Next Door”

BERLIN — Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki has sent an official complaint to Netflix CEO Reed Hastings over what the Polish government views as “hugely inaccurate” elements in the recently released “The Devil Next Door” documentary series. Polish officials are primarily objecting to a map that “places several German Nazi concentration

Trafficking operation successfully foiled

Crammed at the back of lorries next to transported cargo, the Vietnamese nationals had to pay from USD 6,500 to 20,000 for being transported from Romania via Poland into Western Europe until the Polish police clamped down on the gang of traffickers conducting the operation on Wednesday. “Foreigners were trafficked from

“Cheers!”: Polish vodka will be protected in China

The European Union and the People’s Republic of China signed an agreement concerning mutual protection of Geographical Indications, including the Polish vodka, which is the only product from Poland on the list. Thanks to the bilateral agreement, Beijing obliged itself to protect a total of 100 European Geographical Indications, while

Cannibal ants thrive in Polish nuclear bunker

Scientists have discovered a colony of cannibalistic ants trapped in an old nuclear weapons bunker in Poland. Researchers found that the ants survived by eating the dead bodies of their kin as they dropped on the bunker floor. An expert said the story “adds a dimension to the great adaptive

Belarusian Railway opens new trains from Brest to Prague and Warsaw

This December the Belarusian Railway expands its route network to Russia and countries of Western Europe, the Belarussian Railways press service reports. New daily trains No. 126/125 Warsaw-Brest and No. 726/725 Brest-Minsk and No. 136/137 Prague-Warsaw-Brest (with Moscow-Prague through coaches) will start running on 15 December. brest warsaw prague minsk trains schedule

Almost half of the young Poles live with their parents

Apartments in Poland are expensive and rental prices are an insuperable barrier for some. As a consequence around 46 percent of young Poles still live with their parents, Jakub Sawulski writes in his book "Generation '89. Young people about Polish transformation." According to Sawulski, the high prices of flats and rent

Gardener “threw stones” into the Polish nurse, shouting racist insults

A Polish nurse who works in the operating theatre of Windsor's Prince Charles Eye Unit was 'stoned' repeatedly by a council gardener who shouted abuse at her, saying 'go back to your country you bitch'. One of the rocks hurled by Stephen Hemmingham hit the nurse in the eyeball, causing damage which means

Polish company builds first state-supported electric delivery van

The FSE company, based in the southern Polish city of Bielsko-Biala, has built the country's first electric delivery van thanks to PLN 4.5 mln (EUR 1.05 mln) in support from the National Centre for Research and Development (NCBR). "The FSE M is Poland's first e-mobile vehicle that is ready for serial