The Nobel Peace Prize winner denies accusations that he was an informant for Poland's secret police in the 1970s.
Poland’s Justice Minister wants to make it illegal to imply the country bears responsibility for Nazi atrocities committed on Polish soil.
Warsaw complains the news spot was biased and drew unjustified conclusions.
Poland to prosecute five officials from the previous government over 2010 air crash that killed President Lech Kaczynski and 95 others
After moving to take greater control of the judiciary and state media, draft surveillance bill marks another step towards Orwellian – or Orbanistic – authoritarian state, say protesters.
European Commission will probe whether Polish laws affecting the courts and state media violate EU democratic rules.
Central Europe willing to work with UK’s Cameron on EU welfare reform, Hungarian PM Orban says.
Foreign Ministry summons German ambassador to explain his countrymen’s ‘anti-Polish’ comments.
European Commission ponders disciplinary action; media watchdogs howl over Warsaw’s ‘violation of fundamental EU values.’
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