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Prince George and Princess Charlotte Arrive in Poland With Kate and William

Prince George and Princess Charlotte Arrive in Poland With Kate and William

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Stepping off a plane to be greeted by a welcoming committee with the eyes of the world on you would be a test enough for the most confident among us. So it was no wonder that Prince George, who turns four on Saturday, seemed to be feeling a little overwhelmed as he arrived in Warsaw with his parents this morning for the start of their five-day visit to Poland and Germany. The little Prince kept close to his father Prince William who seemed to have to coax his shy little boy off the plane and down the steps after their private plane landed at Warsaw Chopin Airport in the middle of a light rain shower. George was determined to keep a firm hold of his dad's hand, with William leaning down to offer a few words of encouragement as they were greeted by Jonathan Knott, Britain's ambassador t
President Donald Trump Says West is At Risk in Speech During Warsaw

President Donald Trump Says West is At Risk in Speech During Warsaw

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In the shadow of a monument to the wartime Warsaw uprising, US President Donald Trump praised Poland’s fighting spirit on Thursday and warned that the West is under threat today.Given a rapturous reception in the city’s Krasinski Sqaure, he said that radical Islamic terrorism was a menace to humanity.“The fundamental question of our time is whether the West has the will to survive. Do we have the confidence in our values to defend them at any cost? Do we have enough respect for our citizens to protect our borders? Do we have the desire and the courage to preserve our civilisation in the face of those who would subvert and destroy it? “The enthusiastic crowd cheered “USA, USA” and “Donald Trump”.https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/882993144194838528Some 15,000
Pope Francis Visit and Falls During Mass in Krakow, Poland

Pope Francis Visit and Falls During Mass in Krakow, Poland

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The pontiff was uninjured by Thursday's fall. During his five-day visit to Poland, he is to preside over World Youth Day, meet the Polish president, visit Auschwitz and hold a series of Masses.Zofia Radzikowska, whose father was killed at Auschwitz, has never been drawn to look around the site of the Nazi death camp, just 40 miles from her home in Kraków.“I’ve been four times to conferences or official meetings, but never as a private citizen. I’ve always felt it’s an evil place. I’ve never wanted to do the tour,” Radzikowska, 80, said.But Pope Francis’s visit to Auschwitz on Friday – where at least 1.1 million people died during the war – will be a significant moment for her and other members of Kraków’s Jewish community.Accompanied by a group of survivors, the visit is ex