An activist in Poland has been detained after police discovered posters in her flat depicting the Virgin Mary with a rainbow-coloured halo
European Council President Donald Tusk called on Poland's political leaders to respect the constitution on Friday, amid speculation that he may return to domestic politics when his term ends in November.
Around 1,000 people, many eating bananas to make their point, protested in front of Warsaw's National Museum on Monday (April 29) over a decision last week to remove artworks deemed "indecent" by the museum's director.
Protesters in Poland on Monday demonstrated with bananas outside the National Museum in Warsaw against the removal of artworks deemed "indecent" by the museum's director.
Widow of Pawel Adamowicz, the liberal-minded Gdansk mayor murdered in January, spoke to Euronews about how she is now taking up the fight for more liberal policies for migrants, the LGBT community and others.
The city's progressive mayor Pawel Adamowicz was murdered earlier this year
A town in Poland has been criticised after locals beat and burned a Judas effigy that was made to look like a stereotypical Orthodox Jew.
The death of liberal democracy has been announced prematurely. But without efforts to counter populism and pessimism, it could become a self-fulfilling prophecy.
Cutting edge technology, engineering and medicine are combining in Poland to produce 3D titanium spinal implants. Smart Regions explores the revolutionary treatment and the Polish company behind it.
In a significant move today, the European Commission launched an infringement procedure to protect judges in Poland from political control. [...] By failing to protect judges from political interference, the country’s disciplinary regime [...] threatens the functioning of the EU as a whole.
"The new disciplinary regime undermines the judicial independence of Polish judges," the EU Commission's First Vice-President, Frans Timmermans, said.
A newly established pro-European coalition is challenging the reigning right-wing party in Poland. The new group is a combination of the Civic Platform and other opposition parties.
"To put it bluntly, it's a misfit. The white colour really catches your eye. It would be the first to be attacked by predators [in the wild]."
Polls opened in Slovakia on Saturday to elect a new President. A vocal government critic is on course to win after the murder of an investigative journalist last year dealt a blow to the current governing party.
The report is part of an investigation into widespread abuse of children by the clergy in countries such as Chile, the US, Australia, and Ireland, which has shaken the Catholic Church.
A leader from Poland's Law and Justice party called a recent LGBT declaration an "attack on children".
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Aleksandra Dulkiewicz, the former deputy of murdered Gdansk mayor Pawel Adamowicz, has won the city's mayoral race by a huge margin.
Residents in Poland’s northern city of Gdansk will choose a successor for the late Mayor Pawel Adamowicz, who was fatally stabbed during a charity event in January.
Five Polish opposition parties have made an alliance with the goal of keeping Poland in the European Union.
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The United States is leading a global summit on the Middle East in Poland today.
The summit - which is expected to focus on Iran - has no Middle East attendees and poor European attendance also.
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Poland announced yesterday that it planned to expel a Norwegian diplomat in response to a similar action from Norway earlier in the year
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo begins this Monday a week-long tour across Central Europe in an attempt to counter growing Chinese and Russian influence in the region.
The decline of EU values in individual member states has, sadly, demonstrated the failure of the European Commission to fulfill its most important task – to serve as ‘Guardian of the Treaties.’