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At least five killed after 'probable methane explosion' at Polish mine
The blasts have left more than 20 others injured, while seven people remain missing.
'We know this history': Polish and Baltic leaders in show of support
"We know this history. We know what Russian occupation means," said Polish President Andrzej Duda.
Warsaw seizes Russia-built compound to give to Ukraine
"It is extremely symbolic that we are closing this long process now, in the age of Russian aggression," Warsaw mayor Trzaskowski tweeted.
Belarus accuses Poland border guards about slingshot incident
Polish security forces allegedly tried to "blind the Belarusian border guards with strobe lights".
Polish commission again accuses Russia over 2010 Smolensk plane crash
The country's President Lech Kaczynski and 95 others died in the crash.
Poland's Kaczynski slams Hungarian ally Orban in surprise move
Kaczynski said Orban’s attitude toward the war in Ukraine was “very sad” and a “disappointment".
EU member states can leave, but can the bloc kick one of them out?
The EU has not included such a procedure in its treaties — adding it now would take years and most likely fail.
Polish activist on trial for providing abortion pills in Europe first
Amnesty International has called for the charges against Justyna Wydrzyńska to be dropped.
Olga Tokarczuk and Jon Fosse on International Booker 2022 shortlist
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Macron slams Morawiecki for 'scandalous' criticism of Putin dialogue
The Polish prime minister ridiculed the French president’s numerous phone calls with his Russian counterpart, comparing them to trying to negotiate with Hitler.
Przemysl continues to receive thousands of people fleeing from Ukraine
The small railway station of Przemysl, on the border of Poland with Ukraine, has become one of the main entry points into Poland for Ukrainian refugees fleeing the war and the place where thousands of refugees wait every day for their onward journey to other cities.
Poland to ban Russian oil imports, as Germans urged to save energy
Poland says it is putting in place Europe's most radical plan to cut dependence on Russian energy sources. Germany, meanwhile, is preparing for Russian gas to be cut suddenly.
Football: Poland fans react to World Cup qualification
Poland fans rejoice as they leave the Silesian Stadium after watching their side grab a World Cup final spot thanks to a 2-0 win over Sweden.
Going home to war: Why are more Ukrainian refugees now turning back?
More than 3.9 million Ukrainians have fled since Russia's invasion. But at the Poland-Ukraine border town of Przemyśl, more are now heading back than leaving.
Ukrainian refugees continue entering Poland
The rate of refugees arriving here has slowed from a peak in early March of some 155,000 – 160,000 daily arrivals to around 30,000 in recent days.
How past horrors are pushing Polish Jews to help fleeing Ukrainians
“I didn’t know how many people, I didn’t know who was arriving -- I just said yes,” said Alina Sobczak.
'Your freedom is ours', Biden assures Duda during Poland visit
On his last day in Poland, US President Joe Biden met with his Polish counterpart Andrzej Duda, and high-level Ukrainian officials.
Biden eats pizza with US troops in Poland
President Joe Biden visited U.S. troops stationed near Poland’s border with Ukraine on Friday and was getting a first hand look at the growing humanitarian response to the millions of Ukrainians who are fleeing to Poland to escape Russia’s assault on their homeland.
Poland expels 45 Russian diplomats accused of spying
Poland's interior minister said the country would expel 45 individuals who were accused of spying on behalf of Russia.
Polish volunteers don fancy dress to welcome Ukrainian children in Katowice
In Katowice, volunteers dressed up as fairy-tale characters hand out aid packages and small gifts to Ukrainian children fleeing war.
The resilience and tears of Ukrainian refugees
In a forced smile that turned into tears, Euronews reporter Monica Pinna saw all the resilience of a population that is fighting for justice, democracy, and freedom.
Ukrainian refugees board buses and trains to European destinations
Refugees board buses and trains in the Polish border city of Przemysl en route to other European destinations. Through tears, a refugee tells: "When I go to sleep I don’t know if I will wake up or not."
How will international travel be impacted by the Russia-Ukraine war?
Before booking summer travel, it’s worth being informed about what could disrupt your plans.
Will Poland replace Russian gas with nuclear energy?
Coal, the dirtiest fossil fuel, generates around 70% of Polish electricity.
Refugee train routes delayed by technical issues in Italy and Poland
Some scheduled trains were cancelled while others were stopped on Poland's 820 kilometres of railway.
British defence secretary contacted by 'imposter' of Ukrainian PM
UK defence secretary Ben Wallace said an imposter claiming to be the Ukrainian PM attempted to contact him.