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The COP24 United Nations climate talks needed overtime and frantic negotiations to succeed, but the success now means nearly 200 nations have a rulebook to follow to implement the 2015 Paris climate accord.
For decades vulnerable children were subjected to physical, mental and sexual abuse at the Special Care Centre in Zabrze run by the Sisters of Mercy of St. Borromeo
Polish PM survives vote of confidence ahead of EU summit.
Across Europe, emboldened groups advocate hate and discrimination, levering themselves into mainstream politics. Meanwhile, established political parties are absorbing their ideas and parroting their hateful rhetoric.
Polish border authorities deny entry to UN Climate Change talks participants
'It's important to make this transition and not lose anybody on the trip'
EU climate and energy targets, such as phasing out fossil fuels, will be hard to swallow in Poland as coal accounts for 80% of electricity generation
Sir David Attenborough addressed the UN's COP24 climate change conference on Monday off the back of his social media #TakeYourSeat campaign.
Tens of thousands of climate change protesters marched through Brussels on Sunday, coinciding with the opening of the UN's COP24 conference
“1983” makes the argument that true global entertainment is good for viewers around the world. I'm convinced.
Sooner rather than later [...] the EU must be able to prevent and correct breaches of Union values. We should create the powers to apply sanctions – if necessary including financial sanctions - that can act as effective deterrence.
Made my son's name Yoda, did I. A father in Poland is celebrating on social media after winning a court battle to name his son after the legendary Star Wars character
EU 'satisfied' with Polish changes over Supreme Court reforms
The rulers [in Poland] do not behave as if they were meaningful constrained by law; whenever it does not suit their political purposes, they simply amend it. This is not a rule of law, this is rule by law.
Poland has reversed Supreme Court reforms after EU criticism.
Poland backtracks on supreme court reforms
A group of politicians in Poland have proposed changing back Supreme Court reforms after they were criticised by the EU.
Around 200,000 people, including Poland's leaders and nationalist groups, marched through Warsaw on Sunday to mark the 100th anniversary of Polish independence.
Here are six stories from around Europe to know about this Friday lunchtime.
Warsaw bans nationalist march marking 100 years of Polish independence | Raw Politics
The trailer of the game has been posted online and features players being able to send prisoners for 'disinfection' to a concentration camp similar to Auschwitz.
In what many are seeing as an indicator for next year's national elections, Poland's ruling Law and Justice Party has had contrasting results in regional polls.
The Eurosceptic group did well in provincial assemblies, but fared badly in the major cities.
New figures show more than 350,000 dirty diesel cars were exported to Poland last year, mainly from Germany.
Masses around the country featured the words "God loves law and justice" as voters went to the polls to give their verdict on the ruling Law and Justice party.
Poland's ruling PiS party on track to win top spot in regional election.
Voters in Poland are taking part in regional elections seen as a key test for the ruling Law and Justice party, whose policies are making waves in Brussels.