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Poland rebranded as an outdoor tourist destination

The Jerusalem Post 25 Sep 2022
The prominent portrait of the tsar in Bialoweiza could be attributed to his historic association with the place, but a similar portrait reappeared in Kiermusy, our last stop before returning to Warsaw, a rural community carved out of the forest, with more rustic and atmospheric accommodation than we had hitherto experienced ... And back to Warsaw.
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Information Office Opened in Budapest to Help Ukrainian Refugees

Hungary Today 06 Sep 2022
The opening ceremony was also attended by the regional head of operations of the UNHCR, who said that many people need help, children need to go to school, and adults need to find accommodation and work ... most frequent destination for refugees in Europe, after Prague and Warsaw.
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US: Russia looks to step up hits on Ukraine infrastructure

The Associated Press 23 Aug 2022
Warsaw now has 180,000 Ukrainian refugees — representing a tenth of the Polish capital's population of 1.8 million — the largest single grouping anywhere ... The global tech company Siemens transformed office space at its Polish headquarters to create hotel-style accommodations for nearly 160 people, administered by the Warsaw city government.
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'Time stopped': Ukrainians long to go home as war drags on

Commonwealth Journal 23 Aug 2022
Warsaw now has 180,000 Ukrainian refugees — representing a tenth of the Polish capital's population of 1.8 million — the largest single grouping anywhere ... The global tech company Siemens transformed office space at its Polish headquarters to create hotel-style accommodations for nearly 160 people, administered by the Warsaw city government.
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‘Time stopped’: Ukrainians long to go home as war drags on

Stars and Stripes 22 Aug 2022
Warsaw now has 180,000 Ukrainian refugees — representing a tenth of the Polish capital’s population of 1.8 million — the largest single grouping anywhere ... The global tech company Siemens transformed office space at its Polish headquarters to create hotel-style accommodations for nearly 160 people, administered by the Warsaw city government.
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Serb official visits Moscow, calls sanctions EU ‘hysteria’

The Associated Press 22 Aug 2022
Warsaw now has 180,000 Ukrainian refugees — representing a tenth of the Polish capital's population of 1.8 million — the largest single grouping anywhere ... The global tech company Siemens transformed office space at its Polish headquarters to create hotel-style accommodations for nearly 160 people, administered by the Warsaw city government.
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Ukrainians long to go home as war drags on

Kearney Hub 22 Aug 2022
Warsaw now has 180,000 Ukrainian refugees — representing a tenth of the Polish capital's population of 1.8 million — the largest single grouping anywhere ... The global tech company Siemens transformed office space at its Polish headquarters to create hotel-style accommodations for nearly 160 people, administered by the Warsaw city government.
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Refugee flights highlight need for large aircraft capacity at YQR

CTV 15 Aug 2022
It’s rare to have a large scale aircraft touch down in Saskatchewan. Last month, a Boeing 787 brought 230 displaced Ukrainians from Warsaw to Regina. It took extensive planning to accommodate the plane ... .
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Is Poland’s smooth reception of Ukrainian refugees heading for trouble?

The New Humanitarian 04 Aug 2022
But the city of Warsaw is renovating around 2,000 existing apartment units to accommodate Ukrainians and has plans to invest in more affordable housing in the coming years, he added ... In Warsaw, the city government is expecting around 60,000 Ukrainian students to enter the school ...
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Sweden's new submarine could shift balance of power in the Baltic Sea

New Atlas 01 Aug 2022
According to RAND, the general strategy was that the Soviets were hoping to not only probe Sweden's defenses, but to soften the government up so it would either not interfere or would accommodate Moscow if the Warsaw Pact began an all-out offensive against NATO.Enter the Blekinge.
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Ukraine, Vladimir Putin, and the Global Culture War, by Boyd D. Cathey

The Unz Review 01 Aug 2022
... the dissolving of the Warsaw Pact and Eastern Bloc ... For Russia after 1991, under Boris Yeltsin, sought accommodation and partnership with America and its NATO allies, even at one point, after dissolving the Warsaw Pact, pursuing some form of association with the Western alliance.
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Missed out on tickets to the BBC Proms? There are lots of other amazing classic ...

The Daily Mail 18 Jul 2022
There are few parts of Poland he didn't perform in or visit and, as well as a piano concert in Warsaw's Royal Castle, the tour takes in the manor house where Chopin was born, in the village of Zelazowa Wola, and the spa town of Duszniki Zdroj, where he went with his sister Emilia for treatments.
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Mount Pleasant residents aid Ukrainian refugees

The Post and Courier 13 Jul 2022
PROVIDED ...It’s amazing ... The refugee center in Warsaw housed 1,700 women and 400 children who slept in large rooms, side-by-side in cots PROVIDED ... “I thought we would be out in fields with tents and Porta-Potties and see devastation but Warsaw is four hours away from the border and the refugees are enjoying very nice accommodations,” Evans said.
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Michael McLean’s song ‘Hold On’ brings hope to Ukraine, his own life

Deseret News 29 Jun 2022
... and her mother travel to Warsaw, Poland, where they were welcomed by local Latter-day Saints who helped them find an apartment ... The song was translated and minor adjustments were made to the music to accommodate Yulia’s voice and style before it was recorded in a Warsaw studio.
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After three months, host cities struggle to find jobs, homes for Ukraine refugees

Metro USA 24 May 2022
Rzeszow’s mayor Fijolek said many families have told him they have not yet received compensation despite accommodating refugees for months. “While numerically, there are more refugees in Warsaw or Wroclaw, the scale of population growth in Rzeszow is the highest.”.

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