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The Polish subsidiary of the German Axel Springer publishing group publishes Newsweek Polska as a licensed edition of the US magazine Newsweek. It doesn't pursue any political course in particular but tends to be critical of Poland's predominantly conservative and Catholic society. Newsweek Polska is one of Poland's most widely read news magazines.

Medium: magazine
Political orientation: Centre-left
Circulation: 110,000 (2014)
Frequency of publication: Weekly on Mondays
Online payment model: Some content subject to a charge

Location: Warsaw, Poland
Publisher: Ringier Axel Springer
Area of distribution: Nationwide
Established: 2001

ul. Domaniewska 52, 02-672 Warszawa
Phone: 0048 22 232 21 00
E-Mail: redakcja@newsweek.pl
Internet: http://www.newsweek.pl
Twitter: @NewsweekPolska

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1.  Newsweek Polska - Poland | 18/01/2016

S&P downgrade bad news for Poland

US rating agency Standard & Poor's lowered Poland's credit rating on Friday saying that the government's recent reforms had weakened the independence of state institutions. ... » more

2.  Newsweek Polska - Poland | 26/11/2015

PiS brings Constitutional Court into line

The Polish Parliament on Wednesday declared the nomination of five Constitutional Court judges appointed in October invalid. With this move the governing PiS has brought ... » more

3.  Newsweek Polska - Poland | 16/11/2015

Exodus to Europe: Poland's government abusing tragedy in Paris

In response to the attacks in Paris, Poland's new European Affairs Minister Konrad Szymański has said the country will not accept the EU quotas for ... » more

4.  Newsweek Polska - Poland | 30/10/2015

Sakharov Prize for Badawi just the first step

The EU Parliament awarded the Sakharov Prize to Saudi Arabian blogger Raif Badawi on Thursday. Badawi was sentenced in 2014 to ten years in prison ... » more

5.  Newsweek Polska - Poland | 24/09/2015

Russians don't want military intervention in Syria

According to media reports Russia is sending combat jets to Syria. The news magazine Spiegel Online on Wednesday quoted a Russian military expert as saying ... » more

6.  Newsweek Polska - Poland | 09/09/2015

Polish coal too expensive for global market

The Polish state wants to make Europe's biggest coal producer, Kompania Węglowa, more competitive, among other things by closing down the least profitable mines. The ... » more

7.  Newsweek Polska - Poland | 25/08/2015

Duda playing a new tune to the media

Poland's president Andrzej Duda will be accompanied only by selected representatives of the press on his flight to Berlin this Friday. Jacek Pawlicki of the ... » more

8.  Newsweek Polska - Poland | 28/07/2015

Erdoğan wants to stoke anti-Kurdish sentiment

Despite all appearances Ankara hasn't changed its strategy against Islamist terror, the liberal Newsweek Polska magazine argues: "Turkey has always behaved passively towards the IS ... » more

9.  Newsweek Polska - Poland | 23/07/2015

Poland's Church imposes its dogmas over EU law

The Polish Episcopal Conference on Wednesday announced its disappointment that President Bronisław Komorowski had passed the law on artificial insemination. But this is really a ... » more

10.  Newsweek Polska - Poland | 01/07/2015

Democracy must put up with ultraconservatives

Polish TV viewers have set up a Facebook page on which they demand that television stations stop inviting journalist Tomasz Terlikowski and theology professor Dariusz ... » more

 

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