Email
Password
Remember meForgot password?
    Log in with Twitter
National News
Latest from  

Polish activists complain to EU about toxic smog

Varsovia - Polish environmental groups on Friday filed a complaint with the European Union against national and local authorities for failing to fight lethal levels of smog.

Polish PM Szydlo remains hospitalised after car accident

Varsovia - Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo will stay in hospital for another couple of days after a car accident last week, a spokesman said Monday, while stressing that her condition is improving.

Polish PM 'stable' after car accident

Varsovia - Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo was in "stable condition" in hospital after a car accident, a government spokesman said.

Polish PM injured in car accident: reports

Varsovia - Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo was hospitalised with minor injuries on Friday after a car struck her government vehicle in the southern city of Oswiecim, according to local media. "Nothing serious happened.

Fans give Poland's Walesa 1,000 roses amid spying snafu

Varsovia - Poles gave Solidarity hero Lech Walesa 1,000 roses on Thursday in a fragrant show of support as the Nobel laureate fought off fresh allegations he had collaborated with the communist secret police in the early 1970s.

Polish powerbroker warns two-speed EU leads to 'breakdown'

Varsovia - The powerful head of Poland's ruling party on Wednesday warned that any moves toward a two-speed European Union would lead to the bloc falling apart.

'Good' transatlantic ties in EU interest: Germany

Varsovia - German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Tuesday that good ties based on shared values with the United States were in the interest of the European Union.

Facing new claims, Poland's ex-president Walesa denies spying

Varsovia - Poland's Solidarity hero Lech Walesa on Tuesday flatly denied allegations that fresh handwriting analysis proved he had collaborated with the communist-era secret police in the early 1970s.

Handwriting proves Poland's Walesa helped secret police: prosecutors

Varsovia - Polish prosecutors on Tuesday said handwriting analysis proves that Solidarity freedom hero Lech Walesa collaborated with the communist-era secret police in the early 1970s.

Handwriting proves Poland's Walesa helped secret police: prosecutors

Varsovia - Polish prosecutors on Tuesday said handwriting analysis proves that Solidarity freedom hero Lech Walesa collaborated with the communist-era secret police in the early 1970s.

Two Belgians face trial in Poland for Auschwitz theft

Varsovia - Two Belgians risk up to a decade behind bars in Poland if found guilty of stealing parts of an electric fence from the former Auschwitz-Birkenau Nazi death camp, Polish prosecutors said Monday.

Poland's leader hails 'historic' presence of US troops

Varsovia - Polish President Andrzej Duda on Monday hailed the "historic" presence of US soldiers on his country's soil, saying it would reinforce Poland's security within NATO.

Poland puts Auschwitz staff database online

Krak - Poland on Monday published the first online database with the names and other personal details of nearly 10,000 staff who ran the Auschwitz-Birkenau Nazi German death camp.

Poland's WWII museum caught in political crosshairs

Gdansk - Poles on Sunday got their first -- and possibly last -- glimpse of a new Museum of the Second World War, a project slammed by Poland's right-wing government as underplaying the country's harrowing wartime fate.

Lithuanian lawmaker wants Kaliningrad returned to EU

Kaliningrad - Linas Balsys, a Lithuanian lawmaker suggests that the European Union should be seriously considering how it can take back the small region of Kaliningrad that is now part of Russia and "return" it to Europe.

Top general resigns in NATO member Poland

Varsovia - Poland's top general resigned on Friday, the latest senior military figure to quit at a time when US and NATO troops are deploying in the country to reinforce the alliance's eastern flank.

Poland will not host any new CIA secret jails: PM

Varsovia - Poland on Thursday ruled out allowing the United States to base secret prisons on its soil if President Donald Trump reinstated the so-called CIA "black sites" overseas.

Poland inks deal with France's DCNS to build subs

Varsovia - Poland's state-owned defence consortium PGZ on Wednesday said it had signed a partnership agreement with French naval shipbuilder DCNS, notably to build submarines.

IEA urges Poland to curb reliance on coal

Varsovia - Poland should rethink its dependence on heavily polluting coal and focus instead on developing cleaner energy sources, the International Energy Agency said Wednesday.

Auschwitz seeks death camp items from Germans, Austrians

Varsovia - The museum at the former Auschwitz-Birkenau Nazi death camp in Poland on Wednesday urged Germans and Austrians to hand over any material that could shed light on its wartime staff.
  1 2 3 4 5 6 ... 39 Next»

RSS RSS for National News

Latest News
Top News