(Reuters) – The International Monetary Fund on Friday said Poland has requested a new two-year flexible credit line, which would replace a $33.8 billion line that expires in January.
Halloween has permanently entered our party calendar. Those who are not afraid of the dark atmosphere, bloody drinks of deadly drunk partying friends and burial music, have a look at our guide to Halloween events […]
For the second time in a row the city of Lodz will not be organizing a New Year’s eve party. – We can not afford a big event involving television and the big stars. We […]
(The New York Times) – The Polish government has appealed a ruling by the European Court of Human Rights that the country violated the rights of two terrorism suspects by transferring them to a so-called […]