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“It is an amazing mobilisation that I’ve never seen before in my life. Everyone I know is in some way involved.”
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The deal with Capital Block will see the team develop and NFT strategy to engage fans and create drops of some of the clubs most important moments.
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.
Writer acquitted of calling Poland's president a 'moron'
A Warsaw court dismissed the case amid concerns that a conviction could reduce free speech rights in the EU country.
Polish murderer on the run arrested for not wearing facemask
The man had been on the run from the authorities for 20 years when he was picked up by police near Warsaw.
Pregnant woman's death leads to protests in Poland over abortion ban
Protesters in Poland claim a pregnant woman died as a result of the country's strict new abortion laws
EU institution overreach puts bloc's future at risk, says Polish PM
Mateusz Morawiecki, due to address the European Parliament on Tuesday, has published an open letter to EU leaders ahead of a leaders' summit this week.
EU court begins hearing Hungary and Poland dispute over rule of law
The two hearings, one brought by Hungary and one by Poland, will conclude on Tuesday but it could be months before the European Court of Justice gives its ruling.
World's best pianists gather in Poland for Chopin competition
The world-renowned piano competition makes a return to Warsaw's National Philharmonic this month in order to crown its next virtuoso.
This playground uses a microclimate to let children breathe clean air
There is now so much air pollution that structures are being created purely so that children can play safely.
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EU criticises Poland abortion ban as it reminds it to 'respect rights'
The EU's equality commissioner has urged member states to "respect fundamental rights" during a hearing about Poland's new abortion law.
Thousands protest in Warsaw against abortion reform and PiS government
Thousands demonstrated in Warsaw to protest against a Constitutional Court ruling imposing an almost total ban on abortion in Poland, and also to demand the resignation of the ruling PiS government.
Feeling bl-EU? Budapest and Warsaw light up opposition to budget veto
Budapest's Statue of Liberty and Warsaw's Palace of Culture and Science are to be lighted EU-blue for three days starting on Wednesday.
It's 50 years since Willy Brandt knelt to apologise for Nazi crimes
The gesture forms the foundation of modern relations between Germany and Poland.
'It's emotional torture': Poles look abroad after abortion crackdown
Charities are reporting an increasing number of Polish women calling for help after Poland passed a law putting an almost total ban on terminations.
Poland braces for more anti-government protests over abortion law
Police have warned demonstrators that gatherings are banned under pandemic-era regulations.
Poland will convert Warsaw stadium into temporary COVID-19 hospital
It is unclear how the government will staff the hospital given widespread reports of a shortage of doctors and medical professionals in the country.
Drone images show tourist hotspots deserted amid confinement measures
Home confinement over the COVID-19 epidemic goes on across Europe.
Hundreds of judges join Warsaw protest against Polish 'muzzle law'
Poland plans sanctions against judges who oppose judicial reforms that have been denounced as a "muzzle-law".
Polish parliament defies EU by passing controversial reform law
The Law and Justice Party has defended legislation that gives it the power to hire and fire judges.
Meet the central European capitals fighting their populist governments
It's a move that says as much about Europe's political polarisation along urban and rural lines as it does about the four countries involved.
Polish far-right groups march in Warsaw on independence anniversary
"We have to return to our roots. Our world has abandoned God and Christianity," Robert Bakiewicz, head of a group organising the march, told the crowd.
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Will smaller parties be the kingmakers after Poland's election?
The ruling Law and Justice Party may continue to govern alone after this weekend's election in Poland, but smaller parties are making gains.
Poland's parliament speaker to quit over private flight scandal
Marek Kuchcinski from the ruling PiS party said he would resign after it was revealed that he used government aircraft for private trips by family members.
Watch: Poles commemorate Warsaw Uprising with minute's silence
Poland is marking the 75th anniversary of the Warsaw Uprising during World War II.