Powerful forces line up against the latest scheme to reform Poland’s creaking coal industry. KATOWICE, Poland–More than just a workplace, a coal mine is a way of life. In Upper Silesia, this is no empty platitude. Here in the heart of Poland’s coal country, mines care for miners and their families from childhood to death. […]
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