A police spokeswoman in the city of Koszalin, Monika Kosiec, said Friday the teenage victims were probably celebrating one of their birthdays.
It's unclear how the young cat managed to climb up into the branches but was later tranquilised and brought to the zoo in Santiago, to be released at a later date.
Revellers across the world rang in the New Year this week. Fireworks lit up the skies over Auckland as New Zealand became one of the first countries to enter 2019.
New guidelines recently rolled out by the European Parliament strive for more gender-neutral wording
In this edition we take a look at the year in perspective, with shifting political fault lines ahead of European elections, a messy divorce with Britain and much more.
As many as 75% of French people are unhappy with Emmanuel Macron's policies, a poll has found.
Shots fired in downtown Cologne, police arrest one and hunt is on for others
Hunt is on for person who published personal details of German politicians on Twitter
The water level drops by 1 metre annually and the Dead Sea could almost disappear in a few decades.
A new report has found that it took just three working days for bosses at Britain's leading 100 firms to earn the typical worker's annual salary.
A hospital in Sweden said test results showed no signs of the Ebola virus
The data released may have been stolen in multiple attacks but doesn't appear to be politically sensitive, a German government spokesperson said.
"StarTalk" will remain on hiatus as a Fox Networks Group investigation into the multiple claims continues.
Tech investors, while still optimistic for the long term, are gearing up for a rocky 2019.
A growing number of women are bucking an order in place since 1928, and donning monks' traditional saffron robes.
The two nations have been locked in a trade war for much of the past year, stoking fears of a global economic slowdown.