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Poland, Hungary and Slovakia has moved to temporarily prohibit the import of tariff-free Ukrainian grain.
Poland and Hungary ban Ukraine grain imports to protect local farmers
The decision seeks to soothe the rising anger of farmers in central Europe, who say they are losing huge amounts of money to a glut of Ukrainian grain on the market.
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The town of Iwaniska celebrated the resurrection of Jesus Christ with drums. A few minutes before midnight, during the vigil at the tomb of Jesus, the drum is brought into the local church and at midnight the drumming begins.
Volodymyr Zelenskyy boosts ties with Poland, warns of peril in Bakhmut
President Andrzej Duda promised that Poland would keep helping Ukraine fight off Russia's aggression, but he also acknowledged at a joint news conference with Zelesnkyy that the relationship was complicated.
Poland pledges more MiG-29 fighter jets to Ukraine
Poland pledges additional MiG-29 fighter jets to Ukraine during President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s first official visit to its key ally.
Nuclear weapons in Belarus: Putin's warning to Poland
Belarusian soldiers are already in Russia receiving training to use the Iskander-M missile system, capable of carrying nuclear warheads. Putin is advancing with his plan despite condemnation from the West, to send a warning to Poland, one of his great critics.
First Polish MiG-29 fighter jets arrive in Ukraine
Last month Poland and Slovakia became the first Western countries to announce the shipment of 41 MiG-29s to Ukraine, thereby crossing what was until then a red line in sending military equipment to the country.
Meet the young climate leader bringing Europe’s concerns to the UN
A group of seven young advisers has been selected to provide the UN with the youth perspective on climate action.
State of the Union: Ursula von der Leyen goes hard on China
In our weekly review, we look at the European Commission President's speech on relations with Beijing, as well as inflation figures and an agreement on renewable energy sources.
'Drive Your Plow': A must-see stage adaptation of Tokarczuk's novel
We went to see the stage adaptation of Nobel Prize winner Olga Tokarczuk's eco-thriller 'Drive Your Plow Over the Bones of the Dead'.
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Brussels and Warsaw team up to bring back deported Ukrainian children
Some 16,200 Ukrainian children are believed to have been deported with only 300 returned so far, according o the Commission.
For Belarus' tech exiles, Poland's business visa is a vital lifeline
Once the talent driving Belarus' burgeoning tech scene, workers who fled Lukashenko's regime have now found a home and career in Poland.
Poland detains suspected Russian spies 'preparing acts of sabotage'
Poland's security services detained members of a Russian espionage ring alleging they were preparing acts of sabotage, Polish authorities said.
Poland and Slovakia are first NATO countries sending MiG-29s to Kyiv
Warsaw announced that four of the Soviet-era warplanes would be sent initially, while Bratislava will provide 13 jets.
Poland divided after documentary alleges John Paul II hid paedophilia
Poland's ruling Law and Justice party (PiS) has characterised the new documentary as an attack on Polish identity.
Poland and Slovakia urge allies to send fighter jets to Ukraine
Warsaw and Bratislava say they are ready to send their Soviet-made MiG-29 jet fighters to Kyiv as part of an international coalition.
Greenpeace blame 2022 Oder river poisoning on mining
A mass fish die-off in Oder river will happen again unless the Polish government places curbs on the mining industry, Greenpeace have warned.
EU slaps new sanctions on Russia, almost missing self-imposed deadline
Discussions among ambassadors took longer than expected due to a proposed ban on imports of Russian-made synthetic rubber.
'We'll defend every inch of NATO', Biden tells eastern Europe leaders
The US president held talks with the Bucharest Nine group of NATO's most easterly members in the Polish capital on Wednesday.