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On the 96th anniversary of the Battle of Warsaw, Poles donned 1920s military uniform to re-enact a key moment from their past.
This is the Brief from Brussels, a round-up of the day’s top stories from across Europe.
NATO holds a summit this Friday in Poland in an atmosphere of tension with Russia not seen since the days of the Soviet Union.
The Poles are beefing up their armed forces with the Defence Minister announcing he wants to form a 35,000 strong paramilitary force, and a regular army of 150,000…
Euronews has been looking into what the future holds for the city of Warsaw. Jaroslav Jozwiak is the deputy mayor with responsibility for culture
Warsaw, Poland’s capital is a city of energy. It vibrates to the rhythm of the economic boom which has accelerated since joining the European Union
The political far-right has organised a number of anti-immigration protests across Poland. They say thousands of people took part in the rallies in
A Lufthansa plane with 108 passengers on board nearly collided with a drone as it approached Warsaw’s main airport on Monday afternoon (July 20 ) The
A Lufthansa plane with 108 passengers on board nearly collided with a drone as it approached Warsaw’s main airport on Monday afternoon, the airline
Poland’s newly-elected president Andrzej Duda has been serving the public – by dishing out coffee on the streets of Warsaw. Victory for the
Poland has refused entry to members of a Russian biker group loyal to Putin. Warsaw insists the move is not political, but stems from concerns that
A major bridge in the Polish capital Warsaw went up in flames on Saturday evening after a number of wooden boards stored under the bridge’s
Poland’s conservative opposition PiS party has held a rally in Warsaw to mark the 33rd anniversary of martial law, and to protest against local
The presidents of Poland and Germany have been commemorating the 70th anniversary of the 1944 Warsaw Uprising. The two leaders were joined by war
About 250 people marched through Warsaw on Sunday to protest what they called the “terror” imposed by Russian President Vladimir Putin in Ukraine
The release of recordings of a conversation between Poland’s central bank governor and the interior minister has caused mixed reactions nationwide
The UN Climate Change Conference, (COP19), ran into extra time on Saturday morning. Negotiators were trying to lay basic stepping stones towards a
Three thousand people in Sydney, Australia braved the rain to call for stronger action on global warming as part of the National Day of Climate
Around one thousand people gathered in central Warsaw on Saturday to call on world leaders to step up action on climate change. Warsaw hosts the
The Philippines climate change commissioner gave a passionate, emotional speech at the start of the 19th Conference of the Parties to the United
In Warsaw, Polish Independence Day celebrations turned violent for the third year in a row following an attack on a left-wing squat by a group of
As environmentalists point to typhoon Haiyan as a reminder of the risks of extreme weather, an international climate conference has begun. Only
Delegates from almost 200 nations will begin talks in the Polish capital, Warsaw, on Monday to prepare for a global summit on a UN climate
A referendum to remove the Mayor of Warsaw from office appears to have failed to attract enough votes to make it valid. According to exit polls
A man has been arrested after fake bomb threats in Poland caused the evacuation of hospitals and public offices in several cities including
The Polish capital Warsaw has commemorated the 70th anniversary of the Jewish Ghetto uprising against the Nazi occupiers during World War
Poland marks the third anniversary of that plane crash in which Polish president Lech Kaczynski and a number of high-ranking state officials were