Search for elusive WWII-era train supposedly filled with Nazi loot continues in Poland, despite a lack of evidence confirming its existence.
EU partners withdraw from joint venture with Russian company to avoid the threat of Polish legal action.
Polish government approves law making ‘insulting the good name of Poland’ punishable by jail.
Central Europe continues to actively court Chinese investment. But increased coziness with Beijing comes with tradeoffs, including a loss in influence for the region’s traditional ally, the United States.
The Catholic Church leader’s words elicit a mixed response from Polish authorities, previously not so keen on migrants.
Warsaw’s decision to integrate several villages into the city of Opole could end up stripping the local German minority of a number of their current rights.
Polish education, defense ministers place blame elsewhere for massacres in the Jedwabne and Kielce.
Government announces major pension reform; former security officers might face the first cuts.
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