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"The suspect’s activities were in line with Russian information warfare activities aimed at weakening the position of Poland within the EU and in the international arena." a spokesman for Poland’s security services said on Thursday.
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Protest by energy sector activists brings Warsaw traffic to a standstill
Activists from energy, mining and fuel sectors from across Poland rallied for a protest march through Warsaw on Wednesday
Poland shares plans to scrap Europe's most polluting power plant
Polish PM vows support for Belarus' opposition after ally's remarks
Belarusians protest outside EU representation office in Warsaw against arrest of journalist
Demonstrations held across Europe against Belarusian president
Demonstration in support of Belarusian opposition in front of European Commission's Warsaw office
Polish workers fear job losses as EU rules to close coal mine
Firefighters battle flames at Poland's largest coal mine
The fire broke out at midday at Poland's Belchatow mine, which has large reserves of lignite or brown coal
Poland told to halt brown coal mine near border with Czech Republic
Poland's main power plant crippled by outage
Diplomats from 40 countries call on Poland to protect LGBTQ rights
The Polish government has come under international criticism in recent years for promoting "LGBT free zones" and fueling homophobic rhetoric.
100 days since Poland banned abortion, Polish women are fighting back
Polish women are fighting back against Poland's abortion ban. But they need the EU to help them, activists say
World's first pregnant mummy discovered in Poland
Polish town scraps controversial move to declare itself 'LGBT-free'
Poland's ex-PM criticised over photos after Smolensk plane crash
Mystery animal sighting in Krakow ends up being a croissant
Animal welfare officers said they were "almost swept off their feet by a laughing attack" when they realised the animal was in fact a flaky viennoiserie pastry.
Poland expels three Russian diplomats over 'hostile actions'
The move comes after the White House announced the expulsion of 10 Russian diplomats over a massive cyberattack and election interference.
New chambers of Poland Supreme Court may violate EU law: CJEU opinion
COVID spike pushes Polish hospitals to the brink over Easter weekend
Beds in some hospitals were almost all taken up by coronavirus patients over the Easter weekend in Poland, which has currently seen record case numbers.
Poland moves a step closer to quitting domestic violence treaty
The Polish government claims the Istanbul Convention does not respect religion and promotes controversial ideologies about gender.