Views that are offensive or illegal in many European countries have been widely aired in Poland ahead of the European Parliament elections, where LGBT rights are a hot-button issue
Poland is a country located in central Europe on the Baltic Sea. Poland's neighboring countries are Germany to the west, Czech Republic and Slovakia to the south, Ukraine and Belarus to the east and Lithuania and the Russian province of Kaliningrad Oblast to the northeast. It hosts a population of approximately 38.5 million people, making it the sixth most populous member state of the European Union. Andrzej Duda is the sixth and current president of Poland, holding the office since 6 August, 2015.
Between 1941 and 1945 Nazi Germany established six concentration camps on former Polish territory, Auschwitz-Birkenau, Treblinka, Majdanek, Chelmno, Belzec, and Sobibor, to fulfil the Nazi's "Final Solution."
World Jewish Congress president accuses Warsaw of 'profiteering' from Jewish assets confiscated by Nazis and then Communist Poland
The Poles see themselves as the ultimate victims, the Germans repent and pass anti-BDS resolutions, and Israel speaks in two voices
Konrad Berkowicz placed the Jewish skullcap on the head of Anna Krupka during a show recording in Kielce, a city that was the site of an infamous 1946 pogrom
Morawiecki, leader of the right-wing Law and Justice Party, says compensation would be an inversion of victim and perpetrator
Opinion Poland's Militant Nationalists Are Targeting Holocaust Scholars, With Help From an Israeli Historian
Nationalist Poland's 'official history' of the Holocaust is based on the myth of Polish national innocence - and the state and its proxies have mobilized a brutal, relentless attack on independent scholars who challenge their lies
Poland summons Israeli ambassador for clarifications after 65-year-old Arik Lederman spat on the ambassador in central Tel Aviv ■ Lederman: I didn't know it was the Ambassador
Assault and criminal threats charges filed two days after Tel Aviv incident that drew strong condemnation from Warsaw
After an Israeli minister said restitution of former Jewish property would be discussed during the delegation's visit, Poland refused due to these 'last-minute changes'
Contradictory versions: Israeli minister says stolen Jewish property will be discussed but Polish PM rules this out: We are the ones who deserve reparations
Demonstrators march to U.S. Embassy in Warsaw to protest U.S. calls for Poland to compensate Jews whose families lost property during the Holocaust
Protesters take to the streets after the human rights activist was temporarily detained for 'insulting religious feelings'
E-commerce site Redbubble, which allows artists to create designs, says it is removing the array of items featuring images of Auschwitz
'We were the most murdered victims here during the Second World War and we will never agree to any payments for anyone for this reason,' Morawiecki says
In 1942, an SS officer told a Swedish diplomat about the Nazi death camps. A new documentary has revived the story
Andrzej Je, the top Catholic spiritual leader in the city of Tarnow near Krakow, said 'a certain nation' sought to 'sow hatred' against the church in 1937
'I died 70 already years ago when the Germans murdered my whole family not far from here,' says Ed Mosberg who completed the March for the Living accompanied by two physicians
Poland's right-wing PiS party has revived calls for compensation since taking power in 2015 and has promoted the narrative of Poland's wartime victimhood as a central plank of its appeal to nationalism
During an Easter ritual residents of one town, among them children, beat and burned the effigy. World Jewish Congress expressed 'disgust and outrage'
Light was projected Thursday night onto the facade of a modern building where the grand synagogue had stood before the Holocaust
U.S. Ambassador to Poland Georgette Mosbacher wished Poles a happy Passover and Easter, but was accused of offending the mostly Roman Catholic country
Konstanty Rokicki, the Polish vice consul in Switzerland during World War II, produced fake passports of South American countries and distributed them to Jews who were about to be deported
Leopold Kozlowski, a symbol of the revival of Jewish culture in Poland, taught a Nazi officer the accordion in exchange for food and played in the woods as a partisan. He died this month at the age of 100
This marks the first time Poles could state the name of their relatives in the 'Every Person Has a Name' ceremony which comes amid growing tension over the Polish 'Holocaust Law'
Irving, previously jailed in Austria for his Holocaust denial, has been taking deposits for a planned tour to Nazi death camps
Prosecutor's office says exhuming victims killed when 300 of the 340 Jews were burned alive by neighbors would not provide any new evidence