"Leaders of the world, you must lead," urged naturalist David Attenborough, who was given a "people's seat" at the two-week UN climate conference in Katowice, Poland, alongside two dozen heads of state and government.
Katowice, home to one of Poland's oldest coal mines, closed in March. Now the city will host a series of UN talks on climate change. Budding artists have embraced the cleaner air and inspiration as the coal mining industry changes, others miss the community spirit.
All UN member nations — except the US — approved a UN pact regulating migration in July. Now Poland's Law and Justice party says it plans to oppose the pact, while Slovakia's government is concerned it may bring more migrants to the country than Slovakia is prepared to accept.
A photo exhibit with the portraits of some 70 Holocaust survivors have been on display at the Boston Common for two weeks, but have become especially relevant in the wake of the deadly synagogue shootings in Pittsburgh.
The White House said Jakiw Palij served as a guard at the Trawniki Labor Camp, where about 6,000 Jewish men, women and children were shot dead on Nov. 3, 1943, in one of the single largest massacres of the Holocaust.
Bannon is in the process of setting up an umbrella group with a headquarters in Brussels to help support and coordinate these different nationalist parties. One of the people helping him is his friend, Benjamin Harnwell.
Poland enacted a controversial new reform to its Supreme Court forcing nearly 40 percent of its judges into early retirement in what observers say is the latest in a string of attempts by the nationalist government to control the country’s judiciary system.
Creating the Paris Agreement in 2015 was a monumental accomplishment. Establishing an actionable work plan has proved to be an even tougher task, but that is the goal at the latest United Nations climate summit to be held in Poland in December.
Today's Geo Quiz sent us in search of a town in north-eastern Poland. Today, this town welcomed dozens of American soldiers and a battery of Patriot missiles. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with the BBC's Adam Easton, who reports from the capital, Warsaw.
Voters in Poland have set the stage for a presidential runoff in two weeks. The runoff is between acting president Bronislaw Komorowski and Jaroslaw Kaczynski. Host Marco Werman speaks with Jan Cienski, Warsaw correspondent for the Financial Times.
In Poland, voters will decide on a new president on Sunday. The second round of voting will replace Lech Kaczynski who died in a plane crash. As Dave McGuire reports from Warsaw, the run up to the election has exposed a deep division in Poland.
A decade after World War II, a copy of a film was found titled 'the ghetto.' Another reel was discovered that showed that the scenes in the film were staged. A new documentary attempts to show how the film was really shot. From PRI's The World.
The traditional way of raising children in Poland emphasizes strict discipline and preparing the youngsters for hardship. Dave McGuire reports on how some younger Polish parents are going for a softer, gentler approach.
Poland's parliament is considering several proposals related to in-vitro fertilization, or IVF. The Catholic Church has entered the debate and voiced its opposition to the procedure. Amy Drozdowska reports.
For today's Go Quiz we head to eastern Europe:
In Poland,thousands of families remember the dead by visiting cemeteries. In honor of the day we're looking for the name of Poland's national cemetery in Warsaw.
A new Polish band is creating buzz on the Warsaw scene ï¿½ Paula and Karol. They're attracting attention not just because of their folk-indie sound and their appealing lyrics ï¿½ but because the songs they sing are soï¿½ nice. Amy Drozdowska reports.