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Brussels and Warsaw in new tussle over post-COVID recovery fund
The general secretary of Poland's ruling party said they were prepared to aim "all our cannons in our arsenal" on the Commission and if needed form a coalition to unseat Ursula von der Leyen as Commission President.
12 dead as bus carrying Polish pilgrims to Bosnia crashes in Croatia
Poland's prime minister said the bus was taking pilgrims to the Catholic shrine in Medjugorje, Europe’s third-most popular pilgrimage destination.
Cats classified as 'invasive alien species' by Polish scientist
The scientist clarified that although he is a dog owner, he doesn't have anything against cats.
Europol dismantles network smuggling migrants through Belarus into EU
Law enforcement authorities arrested 11 people for smuggling migrants through Belarus into the European Union.
Ashes of 8,000 WWII victims found in mass grave in northern Poland
The human ashes were unearthed near the former Nazi concentration camp of Soldau.
Belarusian journalist sentenced to more than eight years in prison
The 28-year-old was already serving a two-year sentence for reporting on opposition demonstrations in 2020.
Poland & Hungary in European Commission's rule of law spotlight again
The institution's annual rule of law report was released on Wednesday, evaluating the EU-wide situation.
Investigation launched after explosive device placed in central Warsaw
Police say they have arrested a 31-year-old man, who reportedly took the powerful explosives out of a backpack.
Brussels questions Polish judicial reforms to unlock EU recovery funds
The European Commission has said at least one necessary element was "missing" from Poland's judicial reforms.
Belarus abolishes visa requirements for Polish citizens for six months
Minsk says the decision aims to foster "good neighbourly" relations amid heightened tensions.
Prague will be 'honest broker' on rule of law, says Commissioner
Commissioner Věra Jourová, said Prague will also focus on strengthening democracy across the bloc during its EU presidency and will be an "honest broker" with Poland and Hungary.
Poland completes 186-kilometre border wall with Belarus
The EU has accused Belarus of waging "hybrid warfare" by pushing migrants towards the bloc's borders in an attempt to destabilise it.
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."
Pride March in Warsaw, Oslo a
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.