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Donald Tusk rally in Poznań. Resignation of the head of the PiS electoral staff. Earthquake in France. The last match of Kuba Błaszczykowski and the expectations of the future of the head of NATO. Here are five things you should know today.

1. Tusk rally in Poznań

– We have enough of this dirt that pours out every day from their offices, from their media – said the leader of the Civic Platform about those in power Donald Tusk at a rally in Poznań. – As I said in Warsaw (June 4), and here thanks to your throats I want to say it even louder: No one will intimidate us, no one will drown us out anymore. No one can stop this force, this wave, he declared.

Donald Tusk in PoznańJakub Kaczmarczyk/PAP/EPA

A rally with the participation of Donald Tusk was organized on Friday at Plac Wolności in Poznań. According to the city, 10,000 people showed up there. The police say eight thousand.

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2. PiS election headquarters without a boss

Tomasz Poręba resigned from the position of the head of the electoral staff of Law and Justice. The politician announced his decision via social media.

The politician stressed that although “the resignation has not been accepted, it remains the final decision”. Today, in this position, someone with new emotion and energy is needed. Behind which he will become a wall,” he added.

3. Earthquake in France

New Aquitaine region in the west France an earthquake struck. According to various sources, it had a magnitude of about 5. In the department of Deux-Sevres, some roads and buildings were damaged, train traffic was disrupted throughout the region.

In the west of France, smaller aftershocks are possible in the coming hours, media in the Vendée department reported. There are no reports of injured people. There is also no information about disruptions in the operation of nuclear power plants.

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4. A win over Germany for Błaszczykowski’s farewell

Poland won with Germany 1:0 in a friendly football match that took place at PGE Narodowy in Warsaw. The goal was scored by Jakub Kiwior. This is the second victory of the white-and-reds over this rival in history.

Kuba BlaszczykowskiPiotr Nowak/PAP

Before the fans enjoyed the victory, the hero was saying goodbye to the team Cuba Blaszczykowski. The 37-year-old midfielder, who returned to action in the spring after a long injury break, wore the eagle shirt for the 109th time.

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5. Stoltenberg asked to remain in office

It is expected, that Jens Stoltenberg will be asked to remain as NATO secretary general for another year, Reuters reported, citing sources.

Stoltenberg, who has been in office for nine years and is due to step down at the end of September, has broad support among Alliance leaders and continues to be an effective leader, Reuters reported.

Main photo source: Jakub Kaczmarczyk/PAP/EPA

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