Warsaw residents burn effigy of Jewish womenGroup of Warsaw residents take part in symbolic ritual destroying 'ugly, cold and bad' Jewish effigy to mark start of spring.
Warsaw initiates deadline for renewing restitution claimsWarsaw publishes list of 48 buildings claimed in dormant restitution suits, opens six-month window for new claims under recent legislation.
Polish police raid offices of racism and xenophobia centerPolice raid Warsaw offices of the Center for Monitoring Racist and Xenophobic Behavior as part of a fraud investigation.
New database to help Holocaust survivors reclaim Warsaw propertyThe World Jewish Restitution Organization has created a database to help Holocaust survivors reclaim property in Warsaw before deadline.
Security concerns at Warsaw synagogue ahead of Indepedence DayCelebration of Poland’s Independence Day in historic Nozyk synagogue in Warsaw cancelled due to security concerns.
Poland signs law to prevent return of post-WWII propertyPresident Andrzej Duda has signed a law which would allow Warsaw to refuse property claims for confiscations made after World War II.
Polish court upholds controversial restitution lawCourt in Poland rejects motion to scrap a law that critics say is preventing restitution of property that belonged to Jewish families.
Holocaust survivors from Florida perform in former ghettoMusical duo of Holocaust survivors from Florida return to their native Poland to perform there for the first time.
Warsaw Jewish Theatre closed over building's dangerous conditionJewish Theatre building in Warsaw closed due to the poor physical condition of the building.
Polish President's first visit to Jewish Museum in WarsawPolish President Andrzej Duda calls exhibition of 900 years of shared history 'spectacular.'
Hundreds march for Israel in WarsawChristian groups in Poland organize march to express solidarity with Israel against three-month wave of Arab terror.
Polish Activist on Trial for Leading Pro-Israel RallyTadeusz Markiewicz faces fine from Warsaw court for pro-Israel demonstration last summer that went past its allotted time.
Warsaw Museum Sheds Light on 1,000-Year History of Poland's JewsBreathtaking architecture and latest technology combine in 'game-changing' institution; Israeli President opens new museum.
President Rivlin Flies to Poland on First Official Visit AbroadPresident Reuven Rivlin will be inaugurating new Warsaw Jewish museum.
Jewish Tombstones Used to Pave Roads Return to CemeteriesPolish officials to restore Jewish tombstones in Warsaw to their rightful place after they are discovered bricked into WWII-era buildings.
Museum Dedicated to the History of Polish Jews Opens in WarsawThe POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw opens its Core Exhibition to visitors in grand ceremony on October 28.
Holocaust Memorial for Righteous Gentiles Planned for WarsawPolish citizens who saved Jews to be honored in new monument; children of survivors foot the bill.
Neo-Nazis Protest Against 'Protective Edge' in PolandJewish, pro-Israel communities stage counter-protest in Warsaw; activist laments 'ugly face' of European far-right.
Campaigners Rally to Save Historic pre-Holocaust SynagoguePolish campaigners say that unless funds are found soon, Krasnik synagogue restoration at risk.
Netanyahu: Iran's Elections Change NothingTehran "regime will continue to be led by one man, one ruler (who) will continue Iran's quest for nuclear weapons."
Warsaw Synagogue Replica Would Make Nazis 'Turn in Their Graves'A miniature replica of Warsaw Great Synagogue will be installed on site of original, almost 70 years after it was destroyed.
Poland: Hundreds Gather to Mark 70 Years Since Ghetto UprisingHundreds of people, including Holocaust survivors, gathered as Poland marked the 70th anniversary of the Warsaw ghetto uprising.
Poland's Jews Mark 70th Anniversary of Ghetto UprisingAround 100 people gathered at Warsaw's synagogue to pay tribute to the Jews who took part in the Warsaw ghetto uprising.
Polish Parliament Marks Anniversary of Warsaw Ghetto UprisingPoland's parliament paid tribute to fighters of the Warsaw ghetto uprising, amid a host of events marking the 70th anniversary this week.
Poll: High Anti-Semitism Among Warsaw TeensPoll shows anti-Jewish sentiment among youth in Poland's capital. 44% don't want a Jewish neighbor.
Ghetto Mezuzah Case Unveiled at Polish Jewish MuseumPoland's chief rabbi unveils a special prayer case at a new Jewish museum, days before 70th anniversary of Warsaw ghetto uprising.
Israeli Writer Resides in Narrowest House as Link to PastThe narrowest building in the world opened in Warsaw as an artistic installation that will house renowned Israeli writer Edgar Keret.
15 Dead in Polish Train CollisionAt least 15 people are dead and 54 injured in a head-on collision between two trains in Poland late Saturday night.