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This is the Brief from Brussels, a round-up of the day’s top stories from across Europe.
NATO eyes more Russia talks
NATO officials plan to hold more talks with Russia after an alliance summit later this week, the alliance’s secretary-general said on Monday.
The Brief from Brussels: Poland warned over court reforms
The Brief from Brussels is the daily round-up of all the top stories from across Europe.
EU warns Poland on rule of law
The EU has stepped up the pressure on Poland over its controversial judicial and media reforms.
To ban or not to ban abortion?
In this episode of Insiders we go to Poland where pro-life and pro-choice activists have taken their battle to the street. We then travel to Malta
Poland: pushing towards a total abortion ban?
On the streets of Poland a battle for the future of abortion is being fought. Maria had to make this decision alone a few years ago. The young woman
European rights body accuses Polish government of undermining democracy
A European rights body has accused Poland’s conservative government of undermining democracy. Legal experts at the Council of Europe, a non-EU body
Determined youth of Poland use social media to battle right-wing shift
Since the end of last year, Poland has been ruled by a populist right-wing government trying to get a hold of public media and the Constitutional Court. But student Artur Sierawski has something to sa
Polish PM rebuffs EU criticism of media laws
Poland’s prime minister has rebuffed EU criticism of her government’s media and judicial reforms. Beata Szyldo told MEPs that changes to the
Polish PM to face MEPs
Poland’s prime minister Beata Szydło is to face MEP’s later amid concerns over the state of the rule of law there. It looks set to be quite a
Poland moves to soothe tensions with the EU
The president of Poland has moved to boost his country’s battered reputation amid EU fears over the threat to the rule of law there. Officials are
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Europe Weekly: Poland under fire over media laws
In this edition of Europe Weekly: Poland is under fire for new media laws that have been described as an attack on the freedom of the press; the
EU to discuss Polish media laws
Poland’s new conservative government faces further scrutiny on Wednesday as the European Commission debates new laws seen as reining in the country’s
EU probes Polish media law
The EU is to investigate Poland’s new media laws, which have been branded as a clampdown on the freedom of the press. The country’s new conservative
Poland and refugees. Where is the Solidarity?
There may only be a few Tatars in Poland but they have been in the country for centuries. The Imam, Janusz Aleksandrowiczat, of a mosque in
Poland cool on Ukraine military aid
The EU should hold back from sending military lethal aid to Ukraine, Polish Europe Minister Rafal Trzaskowski told euronews on Wednesday, amid calls
Generation wall - growing up after the fall of the Iron Curtain
The Cold War ended 25 years ago with the fall of the Berlin Wall. In the years since, there have been many changes across eastern Europe. Reporter
Bitter harvest - impact of Russia's EU food ban on Poland
In the aftermath of Russia’s decision to ban EU food exports Poland, Europe’s largest apple producer, has been gripped by a fruit-flavoured wave of
Russia fruit ban causes Polish apple excess
Poland has 677,000 tonnes of apples which, under normal trading conditions, would have made their way to Russia. But because of Moscow’s
My Europe Series
Women want their place in politics
Politics is a man’s world. This cliché is still a reality in many European countries. After years of struggle, there are some cracks in the glass
Is Europe turning its back on its poor?
As poverty continues to rise, the European Food Aid Programme for the Most Deprived is under threat. This could affect some 18 million people
Fracking in Europe
Wojciech Swieton has travelled all over the world as a drilling engineer. He started his search for natural gas in his native Poland, then moved
Bonus interview: Piotr Grzegorz Wozniak, junior minister for shale gas at the Environment Ministry of Poland
Complete interview in English with junior minister for shale gas at the Environment Ministry of Poland, Piotr Grzegorz Wozniak.
Bonus interview: Jakub Gogolewski, coordinator for CEE Bankwatch Network Poland
Complete interview in English with coordinator for CEE Bankwatch Network Poland, Jakub Gogolewski.
Bonus interview: Pawel Poprawa, Energy Studies Institute
Pawel Poprawa works for the Warsaw-based Energy Studies Institute and lobbies in favour of shale gas exploration in Poland
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Has anyone seen my child?
It is a drama that families hope they will never have to face: the disappearance of a child. Amid the panic and the stress it is crucial that a