Gdansk, Poland - Fallen Shipyard Workers Memorial
A carnival float depicting the chairman of the Law and Justice party, Jarosław Kaczyński, oppressing Poland.
Best photographs of the day: Tate Modern and the vigil in Orlando
Built to attract Polish pleasure-seekers during the Cold War, Lake Rożnowskie and Lake Czchowskie are now drying up. Photographer Krzysztof Racoń documents the decline of a once-vibrant destination
Poland, Krakow Kazimierz
Zjednoczone Stany Miłosci (United States of Love) by Tomasz Wasilewski. #Berlinale2016 Competition. Poster.
Spate of sackings at state-run enterprises have endangered the reputation of Poland’s globally revered horsebreeding industry
Not since the end of communism has there been such a slide from democracy. Europe has a duty to act on Jarosław Kaczyński and his party
Exclusive interview: Ex-president denies he was a paid informant, saying he talked to secret services as part of his union activities but never spied on anyone
Sun, sea, sand and Sopot, a taste of Poland’s riviera