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European Court of Human Rights rules Poland must recognize same-sex unions | Polish inflation at 6.1% in December | Poland claim silver in women’s team sprint at Speed Skating European Championships | Fewer accidents but more deaths on Pomeranian roads in 2023

The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has declared that Poland’s failure to legally recognize same-sex unions constitutes a violation of the European Convention on Human Rights, in a pivotal ruling.

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Hamas and Israel Reach Deal Over Hostages | Polish Government Charges Sixteen Suspects with Spying for Russia | Poland Adopts Resolution to Reject Changes to EU Treaties | Thanksgiving Celebration to be held at American Corner in Gdańsk

Israel and Hamas agreed to a deal early on Wednesday that stipulated a ceasefire for four days while Hamas released fifty hostages in exchange for humanitarian aid in the Gaza Strip and the release of one hundred-fifty Palestinian prisoners from Israel.

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Polish government denies eavesdropping on opposition | Poland’s outgoing PM named as his party’s choice to form new government | Polish police help seize EUR 1.2 bn worth of drugs | Hunt continues for man suspected of killing his 6-year-old son in Gdynia

Poland’s interior minister has refuted allegations that the government ordered opposition parties to be monitored during the lead-up to the recent parliamentary elections, and pledged to bring any such claims to the attention of prosecutors.

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Ukrainian president thanks Emir of Qatar for support and return of Ukrainian children | Search continues for Gdynia man accused of murdering young son | Polish astronaut to conduct experiments in space | Suspect arrested in attack on Arka Gdynia basketball player

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy spoke with the Emir of Qatar over the weekend, with the two leaders reportedly discussing diplomatic and humanitarian support for Ukraine along with the current situation in the Middle East.

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Beatification of Ulma family murdered for sheltering Jews | PiS announces internship pensions | The first Spanish victim of the Russian attack in Ukraine | The 2023 G20 summit wraps up in New Delhi | Free city travel package for Gdańsk children Sports | Euro 2024: Albania defeats Poland

A beatification Mass service has been held in Markowa for the Ulma family murdered by Nazis for hiding Jews during World War Two. This was the first time an entire family has been beatified, a great honour and a step towards sainthood.

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