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An open letter from 50 ambassadors and human rights advocates cited a need to work for “non-discrimination, tolerance and mutual acceptance.”
The demonstrations over the weekend came followed the re-election of President Andrzej Duda, who campaigned on a strong anti-LGBTQ platform.
Hope that Polish society would become less homophobic was dashed after President Andrzej Duda won on an anti-LGBTQ platform.
Three men attached a rope around a statue of Monsignor Henryk Jankowski and pulled it down.
The blaze broke out at a venue in Koszalin on Friday afternoon.
It hands down prison sentences to people who connect the country to Nazi Germany.
This isn't the first time the Warsaw mosque has received threats.
At 93, better late than never!
Widespread protests demonstrate the limits of Polish leaders' radical, right-wing agenda.
Thousands rallied in the country's largest cities.