An economic gathering and a papal visit send radically contrasting messages about politics and society.
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A new kind of museum exhibit reflects the metamorphosis of a once-sleepy Ukrainian town into a regional capital – and not only that.
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Instead of confronting Poland’s behind the scenes leader Kaczynski, the Commission preferred to strike a rotten deal with him. A commentary from Gazeta Wyborcza.