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· April, 2008

Stories about Poland from April, 2008

Poland: Prince Charles’ Visit

Polandian reports on Prince Charles’ visit to Poland.

Poland: Tolerance March

The beatroot writes about this year's Tolerance March in Krakow.

Poland: Gorbachev vs John Paul II?

The beatroot writes about the publication of “a politburo document, signed by Mikhail Gorbachev, which appears to warrant a KGB contract killing on John Paul II.”

Poland: Opposition to IVF

The beatroot writes about the attitudes towards in vitro fertilization (IVF) in Poland.

Poland: Road Signs

Polish road signs – at Polandian: “All road signs should be taken with a pinch of salt and interpretations read with tongue firmly in cheek.”

Poland: Warsaw Notes

Scatts writes about Poland's capital at Polandian: “Thanks to either greed, bad planning, ineffective regulations or a combination of all three, Warsaw is slowly becoming a city hidden behind gigantic...

Poland: Krakow; Warsaw

Polandian compares Krakow‘s past with its present; the beatroot writes about a survey that found Warsaw the third most boring city of Europe.

Poland: Relations With Israel

The beatroot writes about the Polish-Israeli relations.

Russia: Bluffing?

The beatroot is wondering whether some of Russia's foreign policy statements are bluff.

Poland: Football Racism and Corruption

20 East writes about the sorry state of Polish football: problems include racism and corruption.

Poland: Taxes and Charity

Polandian writes about the Polish taxation system: “There is only one thing that makes the whole system bearable. You can donate 1% of what you pay to a charity. This...

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