Armed and masked Polish border guards boarded a Greenpeace ship as it was trying to block a delivery of coal to the port in Gdansk, arresting activists and seizing the vessel, the environmental group said Tuesday. Greenpeace said its activists had been holding a ‘climate emergency protest’ to push Poland to phase out its heavy dependence on coal, a fossil fuel that contributes to global warming.
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The city of Wielun is claimed to be the first civilian target of the Second World War. On the same day, on September 1, 1939, as Nazi Germany attacked Gdansk in the north of Poland, the Luftwaffe bombed Wielun killing over a hundred civilians and destroying nearly three quarters of the town. Despite not having any military targets historians claim Nazi Germany decided to bomb Wielun because it was home to a significant Polish community and no German diaspora, unlike other towns near the border.
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An unique albino penguin made his media debut on Friday at a zoo in Poland. According to the director of Gdansk zoo the shy white chick is the only albino penguin in the world. (March 22)
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Poles gather in the Baltic port city of Gdansk to bid an emotional farewell to murdered liberal mayor Pawel Adamowicz, whose public stabbing has raised questions about hate speech in politics in the country.
Residents of the Baltic port city of Gdansk bid an emotional farewell to murdered liberal mayor Pawel Adamowicz, whose public stabbing has raised questions about hate speech in politics in the country. IMAGES
Locals of the Baltic port city of Gdansk bid an emotional farewell to murdered liberal mayor Pawel Adamowicz, whose public stabbing has raised questions about hate speech in politics in the country. IMAGES
Flags are at half mast on the buildings of Gdansk and candles burn on the ground to pay tribute to Pawel Adamowicz, the mayor of the city for more than twenty years, who died Monday after a stabbing attack. IMAGES of Gdansk city center
Gdansk locals pray after the shocking public murder of their mayor Pawel Adamowicz. The Polish politician, who had been mayor for more than 20 years, was brutally stabbed in front of crowds of people at a fundraising charity event and died in hospital after suffering from the fatal wounds.
Mourners including European Council President Donald Tusk, gather in the Polish city of Gdansk to pay tribute to the city’s centrist mayor Pawel Adamowicz who died, a day after being stabbed in the heart at a charity event. IMAGES
Hundreds of people visit health clinics to donate blood after Gdansk Mayor Pawel Adamowicz was stabbed on Sunday evening.