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Fair Play. Polish Aid Through Sport
George Weah – Africa’s only Ballon d'Or winner and currently the president of Liberia – began his career in the slums of Monrovia, where as a young boy he played football for the Invincible Eleven. His story shows how sport can change the lives of people from marginalised backgrounds. Poland develops sports projects to improve their quality of life as part of its development assistance in many countries around the world. The goal is to support individuals, as well as entire communities.
Polish archaeologist discovers hundreds of rock paintings in Tanzania
Hundreds of rock paintings, the oldest of which can be even several thousand years old, have been discovered by a Polish archaeologist in the Swaga Swaga reserve in Tanzania. Among the most interesting paintings are images depicting meteors and comets.
Sport in the independent Poland
The centenary of Polish-Hungarian sporting rivalry is the subject of the latest exhibition at the Polish Institute in Budapest.
Ecohydrologists from the University of Lodz receive the "Best of the Best" award
Ecohydrologists from the University of Lodz received the highest distinction of the European Commission - the "Best of the Best" award for the project of ecohydrologic rehabilitation of recreational reservoirs Arturówek (Lodz). More than 60 research teams from Europe took part in the competition.
Polish Afghanistan veterans in cycling challenge across US
Three Polish soldiers who have served in Afghanistan are pedalling across the United States in a cycling challenge during which they are paying homage to their fallen comrades.
Polish opera director wins European accolade
Poland’s Karolina Sofulak has won the 10th European Opera Directing Prize in a competition held at the Opera House in Zurich.
The epoch of empires is coming
Interview with Professor David Engels, Belgian historian of antiquity, lecturer at the Free University of Brussels, author of book on the historical similarities between the late Roman republic and the current European Union.
Polish mountain biker Maja Włoszczowska wins World Cup race
Polish mountain biker Maja Włoszczowska has won a women's World Cup cross-country race in Val di Sole, Italy.
Three Poles among new members of Oscar awards body
The US-based Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, which hands out the Oscars, has announced the names of its new members. The list includes three Poles, directors Lech Majewski and Dorota Kobiela, and make-up artist Waldemar Pokromski.
Spiritual guide to independence
Archbishop Aleksander Kakowski’s entire life was dedicated to Poland and inextricably tied to its fate. In pastoral letters, he urged Poles to enkindle in themselves a love of the homeland and reject rampant nationalism and growing anti-Semitism.