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News from Poland :: 10.04.2020

10.04.2020 14:30
Special edition to mark the tenth anniversary of the Smolensk air crash 
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Warsaw, April 10, 2020. Plaque dedicated to the victims of the Smolensk plane crash
Warsaw, April 10, 2020. Plaque dedicated to the victims of the Smolensk plane crashPAP / Piotr Nowak

Today marks a decade since the presidential plane crash which claimed the lives of 96 people, mostly high-ranking state and military officials including Polish president Lech Kaczyński.

The Polish officials had been on their way to commemorate some 22,000 Polish prisoners of war and intellectuals who were killed in the spring of 1940 on orders from top Soviet authorities in what is known as the Katyn Massacre.

The disaster has scarred the national psyche and is still a source of controversy and recrimination in Poland.

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