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Poland's planned judiciary reforms would 'undermine' rule of law
Constitutional experts warn Poland's latest proposed bill introducing new disciplinary rules for judges could further erode the country's judiciary. The EU is also speaking out, and has tried to intervene.
Poland protests Vladimir Putin's speech at Holocaust event
In 1945, the Soviets liberated Nazi Germany's Auschwitz-Birkenau extermination camp in occupied Poland. Russia, Poland and Israel are engaged in a diplomatic spat surrounding the 75th anniversary of this event.
Skiing: Poland's Kubacki wins Four Hills title
Dawid Kubacki capitalized on consistency and poor form from the defending champion to secure his victory.
Poland passes controversial bill to punish judges
Poland's parliament has passed a bill that would allow the government to punish judges critical of controversial court reforms. The measure may lead to Poland being penalized by the EU.
Trump confirms more US troops will be sent to Poland
The US troop presence in Poland will expand by 1,000, in additon to the 4,500 soldiers rotating through the country. The contingent could be made up by moving soldiers currently stationed in Germany.
What are Poland's controversial judicial reforms?
The European Union has repeatedly condemned Poland for its overhaul of the country's judicial system. But what reforms does it find so egregious?
Down Syndrome Poles take their struggles to the stage
A troupe of actors with Down Syndrome in Poland is taking the fight for disabled rights to the stage in a new play that lashes out at the right-wing government, accusing it of neglecting their welfare.
German president asks for Polish forgiveness on WWII anniversary
The leaders of Poland, Germany and the US joined around 30 international guests in Warsaw to mark the 80th anniversary of the start of World War II. The German president asked for Poland's forgiveness.
A viral gorilla selfie, controversial Easter celebrations in Poland, and more
8 May 2019
A viral gorilla selfie, controversial Easter celebrations in Poland, and more.
Thousands mark Holocaust Remembrance Day with annual March of the living
4 May 2019
The march took place in Poland where participants gathered at the Auschwitz death camp. Israelis marked the day with silence and warnings about rising anti-Semitism.
Can Poland break Gazprom's hold on Europe?
31 Mar 2019
Warsaw is expanding its gas import plans with US support. Just little over a two-hour drive from Berlin, Swinoujscie in Poland is at the heart of plans that could shift the balance of power in the EU.
Poland's first openly gay mayor creates new party 'Spring'
5 Feb 2019
"Spring" aims to offer a progressive alternative to the ruling right-wing Law and Order (PiS) and business-friendly Civic Platform (PO). Founder Robert Biedron was Poland's first openly gay mayor from 2014 to 2018.