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The Polish commission investigating the 2010 plane crash in which then Polish President Lech Kaczynski died, said it found traces of explosives on the wreckage of the plane as well as on the body of at least one of the victims. The head of the commission, Antoni Macierewicz, said that explosions onboard were to blame for the crash.
Sputnik discussed the new findings with Daniel Kovalik, lawyer and author of "The Plot to Scapegoat Russia" about the air disaster.
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After years of oppression Poland is back, and back with a bang, proving to tourists that it has everything you require for a perfect holiday – pristine beaches, vibrant culture-packed cities and some pretty stunning countryside.
When you hear talk about Europe’s up and coming superstars, people are normally talking about countries like Poland. On the outskirts of the continent for years, today this big country is at its very heart wowing visitors with a new found vibrancy that you will not find in many other countries. To say Poland is on its way up is an understatement. And with castles in abundance, medieval cities and villages peppering the countryside, not to mention some of the best cuisine and beer this side of Europe, Poland provides the perfect holiday destination for every type of traveller.
On top of the artistic and cultural dimension Poland is very much a 21st century nation. Its beautiful cities boast energetic nightlife with buzzing clubs and bars that rival any in Europe. You’ll also find your fair share of theatre and opera performances if you’re looking for some calmer cultural pursuits. And when it comes to wiling away those summer days, café culture is the name of the game, along with a host of fantastic restaurants serving everything from Polish rustic specialities to swanky international favourites.
The Dassault/Dornier Alpha Jet is a light attack jet and advanced jet trainer co-manufactured by Dassault Aviation of France and Dornier Flugzeugwerke of Germany. It was developed specifically to perform the trainer and light attack missions, as well as to perform these duties more ideally than the first generation of jet trainers that preceded it. Following a competition, a design submitted by a team comprising Breguet Aviation , Dassault Aviation, and Dornier Flugzeugwerke, initially designated as the TA501 , was selected and subsequently produced as the Alpha Jet.
Both the French Air Force and German Air Force procured the Alpha Jet in large numbers, the former principally as a trainer aircraft and the latter choosing to use it as a light attack platform. As a result of post- Cold War military cutbacks, Germany elected to retire its own fleet of Alpha Jets in the 1990s and has re-sold many of these aircraft to both military and civilian operators. The Alpha Jet has been adopted by a number of air forces across the world and has also seen active combat use by some of these operators.
A total of three groups of manufacturers produced proposals in response to the requirement; these were Dassault, Breguet and Dornier submitted the "TA501", which had been developed through a merger of the Breguet 126 and Dornier P.375 concepts, VFW-Fokker submitted their "VFT-291" aircraft, while SNIAS/MBB submitted the "E.650 Eurotrainer".  Each of these proposals were to be powered by twin SNECMA Turbomeca Larzac turbofan engines.  The German Air Force had insisted that the trainer have two engines after having suffered from severe aircraft attrition rates due to the high accident rate of the single-engine Lockheed F-104 Starfighter .