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IN THIS MONTH'S WEB EDITION:
JOINT COMBAT EXERCISES HELD. Airmen participated in four joint combat training exercises in Poland and the Baltic states — one week after President Obama called for Congress to approve a $1 billion plan to boost a U.S. troops’ rotational presence and further reassure Eastern European partners of “America’s unshakeable commitment” to its NATO allies.
DENIED ABORTION RE-IGNITES DEBATE. Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk criticized a doctor who refused a request by a woman for an abortion after it was discovered the fetus she was carrying has severe brain damage.
POLES WIN CODING COMPETITION. The Polish team “Need for C” won the world’s first computer coding championship, held in the Finnish capital, Helsinki.
“STAR WARS” HOLOGRAM BECOMES REALITY. Young inventors from Warsaw created a screen, which can display touch responsive hologram-like images.
Poland Rocked by Secret-Tape Scandal
Biggest anti-Nazi Upsurge
The Hundred Hearts by William Kowalski,
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