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POLAND-NATIONALISM/MILITIA
RTX6FKNK
October 18, 2018
Recruit Damian Krasnodebski, 27, an architect, looks on during a swearing-in ceremony after his 16-day...
BIALYSTOK, Poland
The Wider Image: In training with Poland's volunteer militia
Recruit Damian Krasnodebski, 27, an architect, looks on during a swearing-in ceremony after his 16-day basic training for Poland's Territorial Defence Forces, in Bialystok, Poland, December 16, 2017. Faith in ideals and willingness to serve his country made Krasnodebski want to join the territorial army. "It is so important that you believe in some ideals to do something for your country," he said. "NATO is an old alliance. Hopefully, they will never have to show how it works in practice. I think you have to rely on yourself, on your own strength." REUTERS/Kacper Pempel SEARCH "POLAND MILITARY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
POLAND-NATIONALISM/MILITIA
RTX6FKNI
October 18, 2018
Town hall clerk Monika Pawlik, 24, marches at a parade after being sworn in as a territorial soldier...
BIALYSTOK, Poland
The Wider Image: In training with Poland's volunteer militia
Town hall clerk Monika Pawlik, 24, marches at a parade after being sworn in as a territorial soldier in Bialystok, Poland, December 16, 2017. When Pawlik was doing her training, she says, she learned how to fire weapons and was surprised to find she was no weaker than the men. She wants to be a professional soldier. "If I go for something, I take it to the end," she said. "But I'm not doing it all for myself. I'm also doing this for the baby." REUTERS/Kacper Pempel SEARCH "POLAND MILITARY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
POLAND-NATIONALISM/MILITIA
RTX6FKNB
October 18, 2018
Recruits are sworn in as territorial soldiers in Bialystok, Poland, December 16, 2017. Nearly 15,000...
BIALYSTOK, Poland
The Wider Image: In training with Poland's volunteer militia
Recruits are sworn in as territorial soldiers in Bialystok, Poland, December 16, 2017. Nearly 15,000 Poles have joined the country's volunteer forces since the territorial army's inception in 2017. A volunteer formation requires recruits to spend four months over three years in training. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel SEARCH "POLAND MILITARY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
POLAND-NATIONALISM/
RTX6FKKD
October 18, 2018
Town hall clerk Monika Pawlik is seen during a swearing-in ceremony for Poland's territorial army in...
BIALYSTOK, Poland
Town hall clerk Monika Pawlik is seen during a swearing-in ceremony for Poland's territorial army in...
Town hall clerk Monika Pawlik is seen during a swearing-in ceremony for Poland's territorial army in Bialystok, Poland December 16, 2017. Picture taken December 16, 2017. To match Special Report POLAND-NATIONALISM/ REUTERS/Kacper Pempel
POLAND-NATIONALISM/
RTX6FKKB
October 18, 2018
Town hall clerk Monika Pawlik (L) is seen during a swearing-in ceremony for Poland's territorial army...
BIALYSTOK, Poland
Town hall clerk Monika Pawlik is seen during a swearing-in ceremony for Poland's territorial army in...
Town hall clerk Monika Pawlik (L) is seen during a swearing-in ceremony for Poland's territorial army in Bialystok, Poland December 16, 2017. Picture taken December 16, 2017. To match Special Report POLAND-NATIONALISM/ REUTERS/Kacper Pempel
POLAND-ELECTION/
RTR2FZR9
July 01, 2010
Supporters hold flags as they arrive at an election rally for Law and Justice presidential candidate...
BIALYSTOK, Poland
Supporters hold flags as they arrive at an election rally for Law and Justice presidential candidate...
Supporters hold flags as they arrive at an election rally for Law and Justice presidential candidate Jarolaw Kaczynski in Bialystok July 01, 2010. Poles will choose between two conservative candidates with contrasting views on market reforms, the euro currency and Poland's place in the European Union in Sunday's presidential election run-off. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
POLAND-ELECTION/
RTR2FZP3
July 01, 2010
Supporters take part in a Law and Justice Party (PiS) presidential candidate Jarolaw Kaczynski's election...
BIALYSTOK, Poland
Supporters take part in PiS presidential candidate Jarolaw Kaczynski's election rally in Bialystok
Supporters take part in a Law and Justice Party (PiS) presidential candidate Jarolaw Kaczynski's election rally in Bialystok, eastern Poland July 1, 2010. Poles will choose between two conservative candidates with contrasting views on market reforms, the euro currency and Poland's place in the European Union in Sunday's presidential election run-off. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
POLAND-ELECTION/
RTR2FZOX
July 01, 2010
Law and Justice Party (PiS) presidential candidate Jaroslaw Kaczynski smiles as he speaks during an election...
BIALYSTOK, Poland
PiS presidential candidate Kaczynski smiles as he speaks during an election rally in Bialystok
Law and Justice Party (PiS) presidential candidate Jaroslaw Kaczynski smiles as he speaks during an election rally in Bialystok, eastern Poland July 1, 2010. Poles will choose between two conservative candidates with contrasting views on market reforms, the euro currency and Poland's place in the European Union in Sunday's presidential election run-off. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
POLAND-ELECTION/
RTR2FZOW
July 01, 2010
Supporters wave flags as they take part in Law and Justice Party (PiS) presidential candidate Jarolaw...
BIALYSTOK, Poland
Supporters wave flags as they take part in PiS presidential candidate Jarolaw Kaczynski's election rally...
Supporters wave flags as they take part in Law and Justice Party (PiS) presidential candidate Jarolaw Kaczynski's election rally in Bialystok, eastern Poland July 1, 2010. Poles will choose between two conservative candidates with contrasting views on market reforms, the euro currency and Poland's place in the European Union in Sunday's presidential election run-off. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
POLAND-ELECTION/
RTR2FZOT
July 01, 2010
Law and Justice Party (PiS) presidential candidate Jaroslaw Kaczynski gestures as he speaks during an...
BIALYSTOK, Poland
PiS presidential candidate Kaczynski gestures as he speaks during an election rally in Bialystok
Law and Justice Party (PiS) presidential candidate Jaroslaw Kaczynski gestures as he speaks during an election rally in Bialystok, eastern Poland July 1, 2010. Poles will choose between two conservative candidates with contrasting views on market reforms, the euro currency and Poland's place in the European Union in Sunday's presidential election run-off. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
POLAND-ELECTION/
RTR2FZNX
July 01, 2010
Supporters hold posters and wave flags as they attend an election rally of Law and Justice (PiS) presidential...
BIALYSTOK, Poland
Supporters hold posters and wave flags as they attend an election rally of Law and Justice (PiS) presidential...
Supporters hold posters and wave flags as they attend an election rally of Law and Justice (PiS) presidential candidate Jaroslaw Kaczynski in Bialystok, eastern Poland July 1, 2010. Poles will choose between two conservative candidates with contrasting views on market reforms, the euro currency and Poland's place in the European Union in Sunday's presidential election run-off. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
POLAND-ELECTION/
RTR2FZNV
July 01, 2010
Law and Justice Party (PiS) presidential candidate Jaroslaw Kaczynski gestures as he speaks during an...
BIALYSTOK, Poland
PiS presidential candidate Kaczynski gestures as he speaks during an election rally in Bialystok
Law and Justice Party (PiS) presidential candidate Jaroslaw Kaczynski gestures as he speaks during an election rally in Bialystok, eastern Poland July 1, 2010. Poles will choose between two conservative candidates with contrasting views on market reforms, the euro currency and Poland's place in the European Union in Sunday's presidential election run-off. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
POLAND-BELARUS-RADIO/
RTR1KM4W
December 21, 2006
Michal Androsiuk, head of programming at the Belarusian radio station "Radio Racja" (Radio truth) which...
BIALYSTOK, Poland
To match feature POLAND-BELARUS-RADIO/
Michal Androsiuk, head of programming at the Belarusian radio station "Radio Racja" (Radio truth) which broadcasts independent news to Belarus from Poland, reads the news at the station in Bialystok, eastern Poland December 20, 2006. To match feature POLAND-BELARUS-RADIO/ REUTERS/Katarina Stoltz (POLAND)
POLAND-BELARUS-RADIO/
RTR1KM4V
December 21, 2006
Michal Androsiuk, head of programming at the Belarusian radio station "Radio Racja" (Radio truth) which...
BIALYSTOK, Poland
To match feature POLAND-BELARUS-RADIO/
Michal Androsiuk, head of programming at the Belarusian radio station "Radio Racja" (Radio truth) which broadcasts independent news to Belarus from Poland, reads the news at the station in Bialystok, eastern Poland December 20, 2006. To match feature POLAND-BELARUS-RADIO/ REUTERS/Katarina Stoltz (POLAND)
POLAND-BELARUS-RADIO/
RTR1KM4U
December 21, 2006
Sergej Pratusevich, a music editor at the Belarusian radio station "Radio Racja" (Radio truth) which...
BIALYSTOK, Poland
To match feature POLAND-BELARUS-RADIO/
Sergej Pratusevich, a music editor at the Belarusian radio station "Radio Racja" (Radio truth) which broadcasts independent news to Belarus from Poland, works at the station in Bialystok, eastern Poland December 20, 2006. To match feature POLAND-BELARUS-RADIO/ REUTERS/Katarina Stoltz (POLAND)
POLAND-BELARUS-RADIO/
RTR1KM4T
December 21, 2006
Alexander Burakou, a journalist at the Belarusian radio station "Radio Racja" (Radio truth) which broadcasts...
BIALYSTOK, Poland
To match feature POLAND-BELARUS-RADIO/
Alexander Burakou, a journalist at the Belarusian radio station "Radio Racja" (Radio truth) which broadcasts independent news to Belarus from Poland, works at the station in Bialystok, eastern Poland December 20, 2006. To match feature POLAND-BELARUS-RADIO/ REUTERS/Katarina Stoltz (POLAND)
POLAND-BELARUS-RADIO/
RTR1KM4S
December 21, 2006
A man passes the entrance to the Belarusian radio station "Radio Racja" (Radio truth), which broadcasts...
BIALYSTOK, Poland
To match feature POLAND-BELARUS-RADIO/
A man passes the entrance to the Belarusian radio station "Radio Racja" (Radio truth), which broadcasts independent news to Belarus from Poland, in Bialystok, eastern Poland December 20, 2006. To match feature POLAND-BELARUS-RADIO/ REUTERS/Katarina Stoltz (POLAND)
POLAND-BELARUS-RADIO/
RTR1KM4R
December 21, 2006
Alexander Burakou, a journalist at the Belarusian radio station "Radio Racja" (Radio truth) which broadcasts...
BIALYSTOK, Poland
To match feature POLAND-BELARUS-RADIO/
Alexander Burakou, a journalist at the Belarusian radio station "Radio Racja" (Radio truth) which broadcasts independent news to Belarus from Poland, gestures at the station in Bialystok, eastern Poland December 20, 2006. To match feature POLAND-BELARUS-RADIO/ REUTERS/Katarina Stoltz (POLAND)
POLAND-BELARUS-RADIO/
RTR1KM4Q
December 21, 2006
Larysa Bukhalenka, a correspondent at the Belarusian radio station "Radio Racja" (Radio truth) which...
BIALYSTOK, Poland
To match feature POLAND-BELARUS-RADIO/
Larysa Bukhalenka, a correspondent at the Belarusian radio station "Radio Racja" (Radio truth) which broadcasts independent news to Belarus from Poland, gestures at their office in Bialystok, eastern Poland December 20, 2006. To match feature POLAND-BELARUS-RADIO/ REUTERS/Katarina Stoltz (POLAND)
POLAND-BELARUS-RADIO/
RTR1KM4P
December 21, 2006
A picture of Belarusian author Wasil Bykav hangs next to a Belarusian flag at the Belarusian radio station...
BIALYSTOK, Poland
To match feature POLAND-BELARUS-RADIO/
A picture of Belarusian author Wasil Bykav hangs next to a Belarusian flag at the Belarusian radio station "Radio Racja" (Radio truth), which broadcasts independent news to Belarus from Poland, in Bialystok, eastern Poland December 20, 2006. To match feature POLAND-BELARUS-RADIO/ REUTERS/Katarina Stoltz (POLAND)
POLAND-BELARUS-RADIO/
RTR1KM4O
December 21, 2006
Wiktor Stachwiuk (R), head of the Belarusian radio station "Radio Racja" (Radio truth) which broadcasts...
BIALYSTOK, Poland
To match feature POLAND-BELARUS-RADIO/
Wiktor Stachwiuk (R), head of the Belarusian radio station "Radio Racja" (Radio truth) which broadcasts independent news to Belarus from Poland, gestures at the office in Bialystok, eastern Poland December 20, 2006. To match feature POLAND-BELARUS-RADIO/ REUTERS/Katarina Stoltz (POLAND)
CHERNOBYL VICTIMS
RTR1C1BZ
April 05, 2006
A child cries as she drinks an iodine solution in Bialystok, Poland on May 1, 1986 to help combat the...
BIALYSTOK, Poland
A child cries as she drinks an iodine solution
A child cries as she drinks an iodine solution in Bialystok, Poland on May 1, 1986 to help combat the effects of radioactivity leaked from the Chernobyl power station in Soviet Union. The town had one of the highest radiation levels in Poland. REUTERS/Files
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