Destroyed by the Second World War, and still raw from both Nazi occupation and its subsequent 45 years of Soviet rule, Warsaw is a city whose history is writ large upon its public spaces.
It is understood that she refused to put her name to the declaration
The actress was expected to be appointed to a jury responsible for selecting state funded scholarships for the Villa Medic academy in Rome
Miners' union general secretary Chris Kitchen: 'Unfortunately the perception I had of Arthur the great trade unionist, socialist, just is nothing like the reality as to the man that I know now'
The former midfielder, who was capped 52 times by Germany, has received widespread support
President says he is ready to axe the ‘excesses and abuses’ of France’s social model
Images add insult to ignominy for the man who polls suggest is now the most unpopular French president in history
Constitutional council says super tax on salaries above €1 million is legal
The former French president apparently informed pals of his mapped-out life plan recently
Vaudeville Theatre, London
Swiss voters today overwhelmingly defeated a proposal to limit the pay of top executives to 12 times the wages of their lowliest employees.
The French president has been left with little room for manoeuvre by collapsing poll ratings
Liberated by a ruling last week that spares him the humiliation of a trial for the alleged fleecing of the ailing nonagenarian billionairess Liliane Bettencourt, Nicolas Sarkozy has been "energised", say his friends. Thus reinvigorated, he intends to rise from the political grave next year and begin a three-year campaign to reclaim the Elysée Palace.
150,000 people lined up to pay respects to the so-called 'Red Napoleon'
Tsochatzopoulos' conviction is the latest in a series of corruption cases involving prominent public figures
Football in Germany is a luxury designed for the many, not the few