Poland’s Kaczynski suggests the former U.S. president have his head examined over campaign comments.
Atmosphere heating up again as anti-abortion groups march across country for more restrictive legislation.
Civic activists appear to have a better chance at effecting change than traditional parties.
For second year in a row, authorities prevent “Night Wolves” club from driving through the country, irking Moscow.
Poland’s de facto ruler calls cabinet an “experiment” and, defying critics, says country should move faster with planned changes.
Government backs Church proposal to tighten restrictions on terminating pregnancy, already among the strictest in Europe.
The plans to allow large-scale logging in the Bialowieza forest are likely to put the country on a collision course with environmentalists and the European Union.
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