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Polish court orders four towns to scrap 'LGBT-free' declarations
Gay rights activists have hailed the ruling as a "great victory for democracy".
Anger after Russia removes Polish flag from WWII memorial in Katyn
"There can be no Polish flag on Russian monuments, and even less so after the frankly anti-Russian statements by Polish politicians."
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Tens of thousands of people take part in Pride March in Warsaw, Oslo and Paris.
Poland's most powerful politician steps down to focus on election
Poland is due to hold its next general election by autumn 2023.
Poles 'risk being spied on and controlled' over 'pregnancy register'
"Nobody knows who will have the access to this very intimate, confidential data,' Polish gynaecologist Agnieszka Kurczuk told Euronews.
Send more weapons to Ukraine, Poland's PM urges NATO
“Where is our credibility if Ukraine fails? Can we imagine that Ukraine fails and we revert to business as usual? I hope not."
How foreigners fleeing Ukraine have been left in a bureaucratic limbo
Europe has opened its door to Ukrainians fleeing the war. But what if you don't have a Ukrainian passport?
Von der Leyen defends controversial approval of Polish recovery plan
MEPs urged the Commission to withhold payments until all judicial reforms are carried out.
Why is Poland's housing market under unprecedented pressure?
The influx of refugees wanting temporary accommodation and a rise in interest rates have sparked fears of housing shortages.
'Tool of repression': Anger over Poland's new 'pregnancy register'
Activists say that allowing doctors to record information on pregnancies will detect possible illegal abortions.
MEPs want confidence vote in VDL over COVID cash decision for Poland
Senior MEPs have criticised von der Leyen for approving Poland's recovery plan despite concerns over its rule of law provisions.
Poles told to gather firewood amid soaring energy prices
The government said it was taking steps to make it easier for people to collect firewood in an effort to ease the pressure created by sky-rocketing energy bills and shortages of coal.
Brussels' green light of Poland's recovery plan reveals loopholes
The agreement with Brussels doesn't include the automatic reversal of the decisions taken by the disciplinary chamber.
Brussels approves €35B Polish recovery plan despite rule of law doubts
The plan was blocked for more than a year over controversial judicial reforms in Poland.
Russia intensifies its Donbas offensive as Poland's Duda visits Kyiv
The government in Warsaw is a strong supporter of Ukraine's bid to join the EU, which Zelenskyy says will determine Ukraine's future.
Anti-war protesters hit Russia's ambassador to Poland with red paint
Sergey Andreev had planned to pay tribute to Soviet soldiers at a Warsaw cemetery as Russia marks Victory Day.
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'This Russia is imperial', warns Poland's PM
President Vladimir Putin is a "war criminal" who is committing "genocide" in Ukraine, Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki has told Euronews in an exclusive interview.
False claims spread about military movements in Poland and Finland
Social media users have spread misinformation that Polish and Finnish armies are preparing to engage in conflict.
Exclusive: Poland's PM on Ukraine war and 'short-sighted' EU states
In an exclusive interview with Euronews, Mateusz Morawiecki criticised "short-sighted" EU countries dependent on Russian energy.
Ukrainians flock home despite war raging in their home country
Thousands of Ukrainians are flocking home, and many of them are women and children trying to reunite with their families.
The English stately home that housed an elite Polish army unit in WW2
When historian Andrew Hann found six names scribbled on the back of a cupboard in Audley End House, he begun a journey to finding out the stories behind six elite Polish soldiers.
Poland and Bulgaria could manage without Russia gas but not for long
Gazprom's decision to switch off the taps won't hit consumers just yet but industries in Poland and Bulgaria are likely to be hit.
EU blasts 'blackmail' as Russia cuts gas tap to Poland and Bulgaria
Ursula von der Leyen called Gazprom's decision "yet another attempt by Russia to use gas as an instrument of blackmail" while Charles Michel said it was an "aggressive unilateral move by Russia'.
Why could Poland 'drastically reduce' flights to Warsaw in May?
Air traffic controllers in Poland are threatening to quit their jobs over poor working hours and pay.
Russia's Gazprom suspends supplies to Poland and Bulgaria
State-owned Gazprom is insisting that all payments are made in Russian rubles.
Ten people dead in Poland's second mining disaster in a week
Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said promised to investigate safety standards at the mines in question.