• The Voice of Poland - Michal Sobierajski - Jej portret

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  • Welcome to the falcon hospital of Qatar - BBC News

    Hunting with falcons is a popular sport in the Gulf - and Qatar's capital city, Doha, has a specialist hospital where injured birds are treated. If you're not ready for it, it could be an alarming sight. The first thing that greets me in the reception is a hooded falcon standing to attention on a perch.
  • Poland election: President Komorowski loses to rival Duda - BBC News

    The conservative challenger in Poland's presidential election, Andrzej Duda, has defeated the incumbent, Bronislaw Komorowski, final results show. Mr Duda won 51.5% of votes in the run-off, while Mr Komorowski polled 48.5%. Mr Duda had edged Mr Komorowski, who had been the favourite, in the first round but did not gain the 50% needed to win outright.
  • Bournemouth sign goalkeeper Boruc

    Bournemouth have signed Poland goalkeeper Artur Boruc on a one-year deal from Southampton, ahead of their first season in the Premier League. The 35-year-old played 39 times on loan with Eddie Howe's side in 2014-15 and helped them to the Championship title.
  • 10 Interesting Facts About South Africa You Never Knew ·

    1. Table Mountain in Cape Town has been identified as one of the oldest mountains in the world. 2. Table Mountain itself is noted to have over 1500 different species of plant life which is more than England, Wales, Ireland and Scotland combined. 3. South Africa has the longest stretching wine route in the world.
  • Trusting too much brings Trouble

    There will always be the person who lives on the Equator to whom you can sell an electric heater. As they say, there is a sucker born every minute.
  • First Look at Rihanna's New Secret Garden Campaign With Dior

    We’ve been waiting patiently for the release of Rihanna’s Dior campaign since news first broke that she would be the new face of the French brand back in March.
  • Madonna Latest Instagram Photo Stirs Controversy

    Madonna's Instagram account has become a source of controversy yet again.
  • Jeb Bush To Get Own Home At Family Compound In Maine

    KENNEBUNKPORT, Maine (AP) — Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush is getting a house of his own at the family compound on the coast of Maine where generations of Bushes have spent summers.
  • The Most Controversial Call Of The NBA Playoffs

    Here it is, folks. The most ridiculous call so far of the 2015 NBA Playoffs.
  • Saudi Politics Blamed as Market Asks Where Did All the Sukuk Go?

    When King Salman started Saudi Arabia's biggest political shakeup in at least a decade, the fate of sukuk sales was probably the last thing on his mind.
  • Obama on the 'honor, courage' of the military

    President Barack Obama makes remarks on Memorial Day saying while the nature of war has changed over the past 147 years, the values of those who serve the country remain constant.
  • The anatomy of a tornado

    The Weather Channel's Jim Cantore shares an inside look of the formation of a tornado.
  • Panika w niemieckich mediach po wygranej Andrzeja Dudy. I od razu bezpardonowy atak

  • Poland Duda Victory: Why have Poles voted for change? - BBC News

    Poland has enjoyed almost uninterrupted economic growth for the past 25 years and was the only EU member state to avoid a recession following the financial crisis. It is a young but stable democracy that has grown increasingly confident on the European stage. Both its cities and countryside are being transformed by billions of euros from Brussels.
  • The engineer making meat tastier

    It is a problem that has taxed the finest minds for generations - what's the best way to smoke meat? Veronique Greenwood meets a man with an intriguing new method.
  • Air France flight gets military jet escort to NYC after chemical weapon threat

    NEW YORK -- Authorities say U.S. military jets have escorted an Air France airliner to New York's Kennedy Airport after a threat was made against the flight.
  • Why 'Cinderella,' Not 'Avengers' Or 'Star Wars,' Is Disney's Most Important Blockbuster Of 2015

    Walt Disney will survive Tomorrowland. The Mouse House was obviously looking for something other than the $32 million Fri-Sun and (projected) $41m Fri-Mon debut that they got from the $190m Brad Bird sci-fi adventure this Memorial Day weekend.
  • Bank of England's 'Brexit' Email Gaffe...A Storm In A Tea Cup?

    Shock horror. News that Bank of England (BoE) officials are secretly researching the economic implications and financial fallout for Britain should the country vote to exit the European Union (EU) - aka 'Brexit' - in a forthcoming referendum shouldn't come as any real surprise.
  • Updated NASA Data: Global Warming Not Causing Any Polar Ice Retreat

    Updated data from NASA satellite instruments reveal the Earth's polar ice caps have not receded at all since the satellite instruments began measuring the ice caps in 1979.
  • Conservative newcomer Duda wins Polish presidential cliffhanger

    Andrzej Duda (C), presidential candidate of PiS celebrates with his wife Agata (R) and daughter Kinga after the announcement of the exit poll results of the second round of the presidential election in Warsaw, on May 24, 2015
  • Watch 14,000 walruses straight chillin' on Alaska's best new live cam

    After almost 10 years, a delightful webcam showing male Pacific walruses lounging on an Alaskan beach is streaming once again. Now animal lovers (or people who are bored at work) can watch 14,000 of the flabby fellows, 24/7.
  • Golden Gate Bridge builders ate special meals to prevent dizziness

    A perpetual monument that will make this city's name ring around the world and renew the magical fame which the Golden Gate enjoyed in the days of '49.
  • The price of war

    I've often thought that if more of our political leaders visited Arlington National Cemetery the country would go to war far less often.
  • Can FIFA Govern Itself?

    FIFA delegates will soon meet to a elect a new president. But what looks like a democratic process isn't without criticism. WSJ's Jonathan Clegg reports.
  • Seven Money Moves Everyone Should Make After College Graduation

    Seven money moves every college graduate should make in their first year after college.
  • Snapchat CEO Tells USC Grads Why He Didn't Sell

    Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel, in his USC commencement address, talked about not selling his business, and said Millennials are entitled because they feel responsible for the world they were born into.
  • Wyniki wyborow prezydenckich 2015 II Tura -Andrzej Duda prezydentem RP||

  • Przemowienia po ogloszeniu wynikow - Komorowski/Duda