The shoreline in the coastal town of Międzyzdroje froze over, turning the normally sandy beach into an Arctic landscape of snow and ice.
A leader of the Polish Women’s Strike, the movement that has led mass nationwide protests against a near total abortion ban in Poland, has been charged with criminal felonies.
Moscow expelled three European diplomats last week for attending demonstrations in support in Alexei Navalny. The EU member states say their diplomats were observing the events.
Protests against Poland's new abortion law take place in cities across the country.
The controversial ban on abortion in nearly all circumstances was delayed by the government due to widespread protests over the measure.
Temperatures plummeted to -28°C in some places.
The COVID-19 pandemic has turned logistics and supply-chains upside down for both legal and illicit trade. In this episode of Unreported Europe, we look at how drug addicts are getting their fix and how dealers are bypassing pandemic restrictions.
The activists could face up to two years in prison if convicted on charges of offending religious sentiment and desecration of Poland's most revered icon, the Mother of God of Czestochowa.
New restrictions brought in by the Polish government are in place for three weeks, and they include a ban on moving around on New Year's Eve.
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.
As well as women protesting the country's high court ruling restricting abortion, farmers and entrepreneurs also vented their anger at the PiS government on Sunday's march.
Police are investigating the blasts and have not revealed a possible motive.