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Russia will close land borders with Poland, Norway over coronavirus pandemic: Premier
Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin says Russia will close its land borders with Poland and Norway in a bid to curb the spread of the new coronavirus global pandemic.
Poland accuses EU of double standards in judiciary row
Poland accused the European Union on Saturday of double standards for questioning the country’s Constitutional Tribunal, intensifying a spat between Warsaw and Brussels ahead of a visit by the bloc’s top rule of law official.
Poland’s oldest museum reopens after a decade
After nearly a decade-long forced absence, Poland’s premier artwork, Leonardo da Vinci’s ‘Lady with an Ermine,’ returned home to Poland’s oldest museum, the Czartoryski Princes Museum, which reopened its doors in Kraków after a full revamp.
Poland left out of EU's 2050 climate neutrality targets
The European Union has left Poland out of a 2050 climate neutrality agreement after hours of summit haggling with three Eastern European member states that demanded more funds for economic transition and support for nuclear power.
Poland, Hungary break EU laws by refusing to host migrants: court adviser
Hungary, Poland and the Czech Republic broke the EU law by refusing to take in asylum seekers coming to the European Union during the chaotic summer of 2015, an advisory body to the bloc's highest court said on Thursday.
Poland, Hungary break EU laws by refusing to host migrants: court adviser
Hungary, Poland and the Czech Republic broke the EU law by refusing to take in asylum seekers coming to the European Union during the chaotic summer of 2015, an advisory body to the bloc's highest court said on Thursday.
Poland's right-wing could lose absolute majority in vote: polls
Poland's governing Law and Justice (PiS) party could lose the absolute majority it has enjoyed since 2015, according to the final opinion polls published before Sunday's general election.
Poland’s Lech Majewski to receive Camerimage Directing Award
Lech Majewski, the Polish film and theater director and writer, will be the recipient of the Directing Award at the Camerimage International Film Festival, which will take place in Torun, Poland, on November 9-16.
Germany asks Polish forgiveness 80 years after WW II outbreak
German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier on Sunday asked Poland's forgiveness for history's bloodiest conflict during a ceremony in the Polish city of Wielun, where the first World War II bombs fell 80 years ago.
Poland needs to save water for non-rainy day
With his two fishing rods planted firmly on the bank of the Vistula river, 85-year-old Tadeusz Norberciak peers at rocks exposed on the dry riverbed, a telling sign of Poland's looming water crisis.
Russia vows 'retaliatory strike' to new US troops in Poland
Russia says a new US military deployment to Poland announced by President Donald Trump on Wednesday would force Moscow to take retaliatory steps.
Polish official: Cultural programs deepen Iran-Poland ties
Movies and other cultural programs help deepen cultural ties between Iran and Poland, said Poland’s Chargé d’Affaires in Tehran Wojciech Unolt.
Poland calls for Israel to apologize for ‘racist’ comments
Poland has demanded that Israel officially apologize for provocative remarks made by the occupying regime’s foreign minister against the Poles in a row that prompted the European country to withdraw from a summit in Israel.

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