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Should Brussels fund border walls at EU frontiers to stop migrants?
Twelve member states, including Austria, Denmark, Poland and Hungary are calling on the European Commission to provide money to construct anti-migrant fences.
EU border countries must not legalise migrant pushbacks, says MEP
Dutch MEP Tineke Strik, who recently returned from the region, says the situation is likely to worsen if more EU countries go ahead with legalising pushbacks.
Poland must pay €1 million daily over judiciary reforms, ECJ rules
The court has ordered Warsaw to comply with a previous ruling that said the country's disciplinary chamber of judges must be dismantled.
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Europe's week: Poland in spotlight over EU rule of law
Here's a look at this week's top stories in Brussels.
EU summit: No major breakthrough in energy crunch and Polish row
The European Council rejected a push from Eastern countries to build fences under EU funding to prevent the arrival of new migrants.
A year on, Poland's abortion ruling is causing 'harm' to women
As the rule of law crisis between Warsaw and Brussels escalates, activists say the abortion ban imposed by a politicised court just a year ago offers a painful example of how the collapse of judicial independence affects peoples' lives.
'Slap in the face': EU leaders ask Poland to respect EU law primacy
"I do believe Poland has gone too far," said Irish Prime Minister Micheál Martin ahead of a two-day European summit in Brussels.
EU summit: Polish legal row and energy prices to take centre stage
The meeting, which will probably be Chancellor Merkel's last council, will also include discussions on trade deals, digital transformation and migration.
'Poland will not be intimidated': Polish PM defiant over EU law row
"We cannot remain silent when our country is attacked in an unfair and biased manner," said Morawiecki.
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.
Will Poland's 'nuclear strike' on EU's legal order lead to 'Polexit'?
The ruling that Polish law has supremacy over the EU's sent shockwaves across Europe. But what will it mean for EU-Poland relations?
What powers does EU have to bring Poland into line over legal dispute?
The extraordinary ruling from the Polish Constitutional Court poses an unprecedented challenge to the European Commission.
Poland carried out migrant push-back at Belarus border, Amnesty says
Poland, Lithuania and Latvia have declared states of emergency at their borders with Belarus over an influx of migrants.
EU suspends visas for Belarusian officials amid migrants row
Brussels believes the Lukashenko regime is sending migrants towards the EU's eastern border in order to destabilise the bloc and sow chaos.
Will the German elections affect the EU's rule of law battle?
Politicians in Central and Eastern Europe are apprehensive about the outcome of Germany's vote.
Brussels admits link between COVID cash delays and EU values respect
Hungary and Poland, accused of disrespecting EU values, are both waiting for Brussels to approve their COVID recovery cash.
EU wants daily fines for Poland over its contentious judiciary reforms
The European Commission has asked for daily penalties to be imposed on Poland until the country agrees to change its controversial disciplinary chamber of judges.
MEPs threaten to sue Commission over making EU handouts conditional
The European Parliament gave the executive two months to activate a conditionality system that links the reception of EU funds with respect for the rule of law and fundamental rights.
Belarus sprinter under guard in Poland longs for normality
“I would like to go back to normal, to visit the city and enjoy the summer, but I understand that it is dangerous," Krystsina Tsimanouskaya told Euronews.
Belarusian sprinter leaves Tokyo after refusing to return home
Belarusian sprinter Krystsina Tsimanouskaya has boarded a plane to Vienna after her team allegedly tried force her home.
Poland's president changes tune on judicial reform amid row with EU
“Everything indicates that legislative changes will be needed,” President Duda said after a top Polish judge urged him to bring the country's controversial judicial reform into line with EU law.
Thousands of Polish judges urge their country to heed EU court rulings
The magistrates say a refusal to abide by the European Court of Justice's rulings would not only violate EU laws but also Poland's national constitution.
Judicial independence is a concern in some EU countries, says Brussels
The European Commission again highlighted Poland and Hungary as being of particular concern.
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.
Fish and poultry try a new sustainable diet of larvae and insects
In Poland, larvae and insects are used as a source of protein on fish and poultry farms. Organic waste is used to grow these larvae, thus contributing to the circular economy. Bio-recycling and technology go hand in hand in this project supported by the European Cohesion Policy.
Warsaw pride parade returns amid backlash against LGBT rights
This year's Equality Parade takes place amid growing concerns over the rise of anti-LGBT legislation and rhetoric in Poland and Hungary.