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Polish protest outside Russian embassy
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Polish radio show "120 per hour" is not slowing down
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Polish director of an art "The Master and Margarita"
Polish director Aggie Bryla exposed an art from Mikhail Bulgakov's novel "The Master and Margarita" at The Seventh Land Theatre. Capital of Ireland was chosen as an action of this time. (more in Polish)
At least 46 people died on the Korean ferry
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Olek Doba: Kayaker completed Europe to Florida trip
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MEPs back rules to take harmful 'legal highs' off the market faster
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Nokia suspends European tablet sales due to charger fault
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European elections 2014: Facilities for voters
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Korean ferry captain investigated for abandoning ship
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