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A woman was driving the wrong way on the A1 highway between Bytom and Zabrze Północ junctions (Silesian Voivodeship). This dangerous incident was caught on dashcam of another car, whose driver then sent the footage to Kontakt24. The police said the detained 64-year-old woman had been driving under influence of alcohol.

"I have confirmed the purchase of Gladius unmanned drone systems. It is a cutting-edge equipment that will increase Poland's security," Defence Minister Mariusz Błaszczak said on Friday. Under the contract, Poland will receive four battery-powered modules of unmanned search and strike systems.

It was born on April 8 and has been clinging to its mother ever since. "lt's almost treading on her hooves," Wrocław Zoo said presenting its newborn resident - a female golden takin. The zoological garden is one of the 13 zoos worldwide which breed these animals. This is yet another little takin born in the capital of Lower Silesia.

Natalia and Mykola were returning home from work when they saw that someone threw a bag out of the window. They picked the bag up and took it home. When they realised that the bag contained money and jewellery, the Ukrainian citizens decided to notify the police. They could not do it over the phone due to the language barrier. Mykola decided to approach a police car parked next to their building. It turned out that the officers were speaking with senior citizens who had thrown the bag out of the window.

Thier ages are between 2 and 12 years old, some of them required medical help. A group of children without caregivers, who crossed the Ukrainian-Polish border only a few days ago, have been already sent to families abroad and will stay there at least by the end of the war. "Among them are children of army members who are fighting for our country, and therefore we cannot reveal details," says Tetyana, a volunteer worker who has been helping Ukrainian refugees since the start of the war.

Actress, movie producer and activist Trudie Styler, in private life the wife of British singer Sting, on Monday (May 2) visited the Help Ukraine Center in Lublin, where she met with volunteers and Ukrainian families. She spoke, among other things, about positive things that can happen even in terrible times like these, and stressed that she and her husband wanted to be useful and helpful.

"Poland is doing all it can to ensure that those of us who have left (Ukraine) feel not like refugees, but like people forced to leave their land by this ongoing tragedy," Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said on Friday at a press conference for Polish media. He also thanked Poland and the Polish people for an "unprecedented support", and assured that Ukraine and Poland would stand shoulder to shoulder in the face of danger.