The Polish government has made a database of sex offenders accessible online. Convicted offenders are listed, with photos and places of residence, for anyone to find. It's meant to help keep closer tabs on criminals.
New judiciary reforms in Poland will undermine the rule of law. Why is the country moving towards a new dictatorship, and where is the resistance? DW's Jan Pallokat reports from Warsaw.
The University of Warsaw's most popular course is a new offering: its Institute of Sociology course analyzing the country's most powerful politician, Law and Justice (PiS) party leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski.
New laws are putting Poland's judiciary under government control. The minister of justice can name and recall judges, placing ones critical of the country's leaders at risk, as one Warsaw justice is finding out.
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