It's 75 years since the Warsaw Uprising against the Nazi regime during WWII. Bohdan Dembinski was one of those who took part in the bloody 63-day battle. He told Euronews about the day it all started.
Poland is marking the 75th anniversary of the Warsaw Uprising during World War II.
Thousands of people marched in Berlin and Warsaw on Saturday in support of LGBT rights on Saturday.
A fire broke out on the upper floors of an under-construction building in the Polish capital Warsaw on Friday night.
Polish far-right supporters protested against a US law that calls for the restitution of Jewish property.
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.
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A group of politicians in Poland have proposed changing back Supreme Court reforms after they were criticised by the EU.
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The Polish government's move to retire Supreme Court judges at 65 threatens to escalate the row with Brussels over judicial independence.
Scheduled to open in 2027, the new airport is hoped to become a regional hub and one of the largest international transfer airports in Europe.
How is the Polish capital establishing itself as a hub in which to live and invest?
Polish football fans unveiled a gigantic and provocative banner to mark a key date for the country in World War II.
Supporters of Legia Warsaw
Prince William and his family are in Poland and Germany to visit World War Two memorials and meet with locals
In major cities across Poland protesters condemn judicial changes which they say will kill judges' independence
Opposition protesters gather near the parliament in Warsaw to protest against the planned judiciary reforms announced by the ruling Law and Justice
In what has become the biggest political stand-off in Poland in years, opposition MPs have occupied parliament for a second day.
The rising number of successful businesses in Poland is leading to a thriving investment climate, that attracts more and more international and local startups and…
Two rival protest marches have brought tens of thousands of people onto the snowy streets of the Polish capital as the country marks Independence Day.
On the 96th anniversary of the Battle of Warsaw, Poles donned 1920s military uniform to re-enact a key moment from their past.
On July 8 and 9 the Polish capital will host the next NATO summit.
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NATO holds a summit this Friday in Poland in an atmosphere of tension with Russia not seen since the days of the Soviet Union.
The Poles are beefing up their armed forces with the Defence Minister announcing he wants to form a 35,000 strong paramilitary force, and a regular army of 150,000…
The EU has stepped up the pressure on Poland over its controversial judicial and media reforms.
Warsaw, Poland’s capital is a city of energy. It vibrates to the rhythm of the economic boom which has accelerated since joining the European Union