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Klezmer Music and Memory at a Festival Celebrating Jewish Life in Poland

KRAKOW, Poland — There were lectures on the journey of Jews from shtetls in Poland to…

A Polish Village Gains Fame for What It Doesn’t Have: Boys

MIEJSCE ODRZANSKIE, Poland — The popular Polish science-fiction film “Sexmission,” a wild comedy satirizing life under…

Anti-Gay Brutality in a Polish Town Blamed on Poisonous Propaganda

BIALYSTOK, Poland — The marchers at the first gay pride parade in this conservative city in…

‘Modern Slavery’ Ring in U.K. Ensnared up to 400 Polish People, Authorities Say

LONDON — They lived in desperate straits in Poland, often homeless and suffering from addictions. So…

For Artist at Auschwitz, a Challenge: Stepping Into the Past, Not on It

OSWIECIM, Poland — The letter to Daniel Libeskind’s father arrived shortly after the war ended. His…

European Heat Wave? It’s the New Normal

Temperatures started to soar across Europe on Wednesday, with authorities from Paris to Warsaw issuing heat…

Europe Is Bracing for a Heat Wave. It’s the New Normal.

Temperatures were set to soar across Europe beginning on Wednesday, with authorities from Paris to Warsaw…

The Holocaust Survivor Who Deciphered Nazi Doublespeak

They didn’t wait for the war to end. In August 1944, as soon as Soviet troops…

Trump Embraces Nationalist Leader of Poland With Flyover and More Troops

WASHINGTON — President Trump welcomed Poland’s nationalist president to the White House on Wednesday with an…

Warsaw to Hold Gay Pride Parade Amid Fears and Threats in Poland

WARSAW — The largest pride parade in central and Eastern Europe was expected to bring thousands…

Poland Marks an Anniversary, Not in Solidarity, but Division

GDANSK, Poland — The struggle for freedom against tyranny in Poland in 1989 was defined by…

Europe Dispatch: What Is Europe? Freedom, Slavery, Austerity or Nothing at All

ImageEuropean countries’ flags flying in Strasbourg, France.CreditAndrew Testa for The New York Times In his front…

‘Tell No One’: Poland Is Pushed to Confront Abuse of Children by Priests

WARSAW — Anna Misiewicz was just 7 years old when she was invited into the private…

Polish Teachers End Strike to Allow Exams but Tell Government It’s Not Over

WARSAW — When Poland’s teachers went on strike three weeks ago, bringing the nation’s school system…

Poland’s Populists Pick a New Top Enemy: Gay People

WARSAW — Growing up in a small city in southern Poland, part of a religious family…