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Thousands Across Poland Attend Vigils for Slain Gdansk Mayor

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Thousands Across Poland Attend Vigils for Slain Gdansk Mayor

Thousands Across Poland Attend Vigils for Slain Gdansk Mayor

Vigils were held in Gdansk and several other cities across Poland on January 14, following the fatal stabbing of the mayor of Gdansk, Paweł Adamowicz.Adamowicz died on January 14 after succumbing to wounds suffered when he was stabbed on stage at a charity concert on Sunday, January 13.European Council President Donald Tusk was among thousands to attend a vigil at the Long Market, in Gdansk.

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