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Thursday 30 November 2023 Dublin: 0°C

# Warsaw

Last month
October 2023
Anti-government election rally draws 'around a million' people in Warsaw
The Law and Justice party leaders are holding their own rival rally in the southern city of Katowice today.
This year
Plane crashes into hangar in Poland, killing five people
Polish media said the plane that crashed was a Cessna 208.
Poland seizes Russian high school 'spy-nest' in Warsaw
The spat over the 1970s multi-storey building, nicknamed the “spy nest” by Warsaw citizens, has been going on for a year.
Poland to become first Nato member to send fighter jets to Ukraine
Ukraine has repeatedly asked its Western allies to send warplanes but so far no countries had committed to give jets to Kyiv.
'Kyiv stands strong': Biden addresses crowds in Poland ahead of first anniversary of Ukraine invasion
Biden told crowds in Warsaw that US support for Ukraine ‘will not waver’.
Last year
Coveney praises Poland's 'incredible solidarity' during visit to discuss Ukraine
Coveney will meet his Polish counterpart Zbigniew Rau and speak to humanitarian organisations assisting those fleeing the war.
All time
Fifteen people detained at protests following Poland abortion ruling
The Constitutional Court ruling severely restricts access to abortion in Poland.
Polish police clash with demonstrators protesting against LGBT activist's arrest
Warsaw police said that 48 people were arrested.
Poland independence day march overshadowed by far-right demonstrations
Among the slogans that participants shouted were “USA, empire of evil” and “Poland, white and Catholic.”
Polish government rows back on all-out abortion ban following mass protests
The minister of science and higher education said the protests have “caused us to think and taught us humility”.
Librarian hunted on suspicion of beheading teacher is arrested in Malta
Searches for the man had taken place throughout Europe.
Bomb scare forces plane from Poland to Egypt to make emergency landing
A man on the aircraft claimed there were explosives on board.
O’Neill expresses concern about Ireland's 72-hour turnaround
Ireland’s Euro 2016 fate will be decided with tomorrow night’s game against Poland.
Ryanair plane checked for explosives after hoax bomb threat at Polish airport
A man is now being held by police.
The Irish view from Germany: 'Normal service to resume on Tuesday'
We caught up with two sports journalists who carry a special interest in tomorrow night’s fixture.
Roy Keane not surprised by Poland-Germany result
The reigning world champions are favourites to win the group, however they suffered a setback in Warsaw.
Germany demand instant response as Joachim Loew bemoans poor finishing
Attacker Mario Goetze has predicted three points on Tuesday and that ‘things will look different then’.
Lanigan-O'Keefe storms through qualification to become 1st Irish male in modern pentathlon world final
The 22-year-old Kilkenny man will compete in the final tomorrow morning in Warsaw.
The story of the city that stands still for a minute every year
One minute every August.
St Patrick's Athletic fan dies in Warsaw
The club have expressed their condolences to the supporter’s family and friends.
Staff at Cork office made redundant, asked to train replacements
Stanley Black & Decker is moving 32 accountancy roles to Poland in September.
Hundreds mark 70th anniversary of Warsaw ghetto uprising
Hundreds of people – including Holocaust survivors – gathered to mark the uprising that saw Jewish people take arms against Nazi forces.
Dublin now the 11th most congested city in Europe, down from sixth
Moscow in Russia is the most congested city in the world.
Trapped miners rescued after tunnel collapse
The 19 Polish miners trapped when an earthquake hit have been rescued.
A pint in Fritzl's Cellar? New pub in Warsaw faces boycott over name
The manager of Fritzl’s Cellar says the name will stay – but a lot of people are outraged.
Statue of praying Hitler in ex-Warsaw ghetto causes controversy
The statue by Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan, depicts Adolf Hitler praying on his knees.
The best 'international diplomats sing Mariah Carey' video you'll see today
Festive greetings from the US Embassy in Warsaw.
Man throws paint at ancient Catholic icon of Virgin Mary
Some believe the Black Madonna of Czestochowa, an ancient Polish icon of the Virgin Mary, can work miracles.
Poland's soaked stadium fans in legal hot water
One pitch invader managed a sliding belly-flop in the water at the Warsaw venue, as fans in the packed 58,000-capacity arena roared him on.
'The referee's a clown' -- Roy Keane's assessment as England fans furious at Warsaw postponement
The game will be played at 4pm today.
Torrential downpour: England and Poland will have to play it again
War… saw, what is it good for? Absolutely nothing.
Dublin in top 10 most congested cities in Europe
Traffic congestion in the Irish capital was rated as worse than Leeds-Bradford, London, Stockholm and Hamburg.
Letter from Kiev: Great expectations as city awaits climactic showdown
Miguel Delaney describes the significant sense of anticipation throughout the Ukrainian capital ahead of tonight’s big game.
Gallery: Weird and wonderful public toilets
And just a reminder… amazing doesn’t necessarily mean inviting.
Germany v Italy, Euro 2012 semi-final
Sunday dinner in Kiev with Spain was the prize for the winners of tonight’s second Euro 2012 semi-final. Here’s how it all went down on an exciting night in Warsaw.
King of the world: Ronaldo rises to the occasion... again
Miguel Delaney was in Warsaw to watch Cristiano Ronaldo further banish all the old claims of his career… and send Portugal through to the semi-finals
Czechs forced to focus on Ronaldo ahead of quarter-final... even in the press conference
“He is a good attacker but, from what I remember, doesn’t want to defend,” according to irony-free-zone Tomas Rosicky.
Euro 2012: 184 arrested in Warsaw violence
Authorities described last night’s Group A match between Poland and Russia as the city’s “greatest ever” security challenge.
VIDEO: Brawls erupt before Poland-Russia Euro 2012 game
The fighting arose ahead of the two sides’ crucial clash this evening.