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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.
Two more Poles identified as victims of hacking with spyware
An agrarian political leader at odds with Poland's right-wing government and the co-author of a book about the head of Poland's secret services were allegedly hacked.
Polish LOT plane carrying MEPs makes emergency landing in Germany
The LOT flight to Brussels carrying four MEPs was forced to make an emergency landing in Düsseldorf on Monday.
Doctors resign from Poland's COVID council over government 'inaction'
13 of the 17 members of the Prime Minister's dedicated council have stepped down.
Soaring energy prices hit Polish public institutions
Last month, the prices of electricity and natural gas on the Warsaw Commodity Exchange reached the highest levels in its 20-year history, forcing authorities to lower VAT to zero on food starting 1 February.
Poland's Kaczynski admits country bought Pegasus spyware
The ruling party leader has denied that the government used the powerful software to hack its opponents.
Far-right party banned from Facebook over alleged COVID disinformation
"I believe that this decision sets a dangerous precedent," said Poland's secretary of state for cybersecurity.
'Polish Watergate': Warsaw accused of using Pegasus to spy on rivals
Polish newspaper Gazeta Wyborcza published a report on Wednesday claiming that the PiS-led government has purchased and used the powerful spying software since 2017.
Poles protest across the country to defend media freedom
The protests were called after the parliament on Friday unexpectedly passed a bill that would force Discovery Inc. to sell its controlling share of TVN, Poland’s largest television network.
Poland's senate approves €350 million wall along Belarus border
A draft bill to construct the new border wall was approved by the opposition-dominated Senate in a second vote on Friday.
Legal row could see Poland become a second-class member of EU | View
"The consequences of Warsaw assaulting the EU legal order could be far-reaching, potentially turning Poland into a second-class member of the bloc."
Poland's Kaczyński to resign as deputy prime minister in 2022
The leader of the ruling Law and Justice will step down from his government role to focus on party affairs, according to the PAP state news agency.
Poland seeks to clarify court ruling in EU legal supremacy row
The Polish foreign minister says last week's bombshell court ruling protects national sovereignty and is in line with French and German constitutional court opinions.
Poland sees pro-EU rallies as battle lines drawn over court ruling
"I am European. I am also a Pole, but mainly a European," Robert Galemba, a protester, said.
Poland wants state of emergency declared over Belarus border migrants
Poland's government has called for a state of emergency to be declared at the border with Belarus to tackle illegal migration.
US group Discovery to sue Poland over 'discriminatory' media law
Poland's draft bill has been criticised by Brussels and Washington for threatening media freedom.
Poland's ruling coalition collapses after PM fires deputy
Jaroslow Gowin, leader of the Accord party, was dismissed as deputy prime minister by Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki.
Poland to make changes to controversial disciplinary law for judges
The disciplinary chamber for top judges is part of judicial reforms the PiS has introduced in recent years and which have been harshly condemned by Brussels for curbing judicial independence.
Poland's legal defiance is the EU’s moment of truth | View
"The latest confrontation between Warsaw and Brussels is more than a judicial disagreement: it marks a key moment in the fight between the rule of law and autocracy that threatens to very essence of the European project."
Poland judicial reforms are in breach of European law, court rules
The European Court of Justice says that a new disciplinary regime for judges could enable political influence over the judiciary.
Meet the Polish mum taking legal action over the climate crisis
Monika fears water is running out and is taking the Polish government to court to protect her child's future.
Polish people take their government to court as climate impacts worsen
Poland still produces 70 per cent of its electricity from coal, the most climate-damaging fossil fuel worldwide.
EU must take 'urgent steps over Poland's human rights violations'
CIVICUS, which track civic freedoms, put Poland on its human rights watchlist over the government's alleged attacks on judicial independence, women's rights, media independence and LGBTIQ+ people.
The unheard pain of abortion in Poland
A recent ruling by Poland's Constitutional Tribunal has made its already tough abortion law even stricter. On Unreported Europe we take a look at the implications of this law on those most affected by it.
Poland abortion protests reflect a deep schism in country's society
Protests have raged in Poland following a court ruling that imposed a near-total ban on abortion.
Poland's highest court has legalised the torture of women. We will fight back for our rights ǀ View
The Constitutional Court has ruled that the value and rights of Polish women are still up for debate. But women will not stop fighting for our rights to safe abortions and make decisions about our bodies.