On a visit to southern Poland, British Prime Minister David Cameron has paid tribute to victims at the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp where
A doctor in Poland says it is a ‘miracle’ that a two year-old toddler survived after being found unconscious in sub-zero temperatures. Adam wondered
The election of Poland’s first openly gay mayor has been applauded in a country known for conservative Catholic values.
Robert Biedron, already a
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Polish PM Ewa Kopacz participated in an ecumenical mass marking the 25th anniversary of the Polish-German
Tensions between the EU and Russia have heightened amid a spate of tit-for-tat diplomat expulsions.
Russia said several of its embassy staff had
Business Planet looks at what EU Financial Instruments for small and medium sized enterprises are, and how they work.
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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.
Poland’s Pontifical Mission Societies says a Polish Catholic Missionary has been kidnapped in the Central African Republic town of
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
Poland has 677,000 tonnes of apples which, under normal trading conditions, would have made their way to Russia.
But because of Moscow’s
It’s not easy for aspiring European SMEs (Small and Medium Enterprises) to access the funding they need, especially in the early stages. But there
Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk said the publication of “illegal eavesdropping” implicating several high-ranking politicians was “an attempt to
Sitting comfortably under your vehicle’s bonnet, connected to the battery, is a simple-looking device that could become the next ‘must have’ item
There are around 503 million people living in Europe and 70 percent of them, 350 millions, live in towns and cities with populations of over 5,000
Six people have now died from the hurricane-force winds sweeping across northern Europe.
The death toll rose after the storm, called Xaver, blew a
Polish riot police used rubber bullets on Monday to break up groups of masked far-right youths who threw firecrackers and set fire to parked cars
Most commonly used drugs
The most common drug among Poles is cannabis, followed by sedatives and non-prescription hypnotics (such as sleeping
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
French feminists from the ‘Feminists and Citizens’ group have demanded that a ‘seduction advice’ website be closed. According to their lawyer, the
Are you a born leader? Or can you learn how to become one? If so, how? What are the qualities of a true leader? Let’s explore a number of initiatives
August 1, 1944. The Warsaw Uprising took place, designed by Polish resistance fighters to liberate Warsaw from Nazi Germany. The uprising began on
As poverty continues to rise, the European Food Aid Programme for the Most Deprived is under threat.
This could affect some 18 million people
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
Complete interview in English with junior minister for shale gas at the Environment Ministry of Poland, Piotr Grzegorz Wozniak.
Complete interview in English with coordinator for CEE Bankwatch Network Poland, Jakub Gogolewski.