Russian state TV star Vladimir Solovyov delivered a menacing tirade on Wednesday, claiming certain countries should think twice if they believed “the war wouldn’t come to them.”
The fatal strike in Poland has threatened to form the most escalatory turning point yet in the war.
Officials from Ukraine and Latvia have blamed the incident—which killed two in Poland—on Russia, though the Kremlin has denied involvement.
The actor stunningly plays Karski, a courier for the Polish Underground resistance who exposed the horrors of the Warsaw Ghetto and a Nazi death camp—and who went unheard.
The remains of a woman believed to be a vampire were unearthed in a Polish cemetery. But it may all have been a misunderstanding.
Filmmaker Bianca Stigter’s “Three Minutes – A Lengthening” examines a three-minute series of 16mm clips from a Polish town in 1938 and the powerful feelings they conjure.
The danger that Russia would bomb a Pride march in Kyiv was real. But the event still went ahead this weekend—500 miles away, held in partnership with Warsaw Pride.