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Two Polish citizens detained over hammer attack on Navalny ally

Arrests over Leonid Volkov attack in Lithuania come as Moscow appears to step up clandestine operations in Europe Two people have been detained in Poland on suspicion of attacking Leonid Volkov, a top ally of the late Russian opposition activist Alexei Navalny, the president of Lithuania has announced. Volkov was briefly hospitalised last month after […]

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Political tensions simmer behind Poland’s Venice Biennale entry

Painter replaced as country’s representative by centrist coalition is showing his work under the banner ‘Polonia Uncensored’ In a world beset by culture wars – not to mention full-scale wars – it is no surprise that political tensions seethe beneath the surface of the Venice Biennale, a global art event. Take Poland. Its national pavilion […]

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Poland’s president may meet Donald Trump ‘socially’ in New York

Andrzej Duda’s visit comes as European leaders prepare for Trump’s possible return to White House Andrzej Duda, Poland’s conservative president, is expected to meet Donald Trump in New York on Wednesday evening, as some European politicians begin preparing for Trump’s possible return to the White House. Many mainstream European leaders fear the potential impact of […]

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Polish MPs vote to move forward with legislation to lift near-total abortion ban

Campaigners celebrate first step to loosening some of Europe’s most restrictive abortion laws as four bills are sent to committee stage Politicians in Poland have voted to move forward with draft legislation aimed at lifting the country’s near-total ban on abortion, in what campaigners described as a crucial first step towards loosening some of Europe’s […]

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Poland takes ‘first step’ in relaxing strict abortion rules after key vote – Europe live

Polish MPs vote in favour of sending all four bills to special commission as campaigners call it ‘good news for Polish women’ The Polish parliament has voted in favour of sending all four bills on abortion to a special commission. Two of the bills are aimed at legalising abortion up to the 12th week of […]

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Polish MPs debate easing strict abortion rules in test of new government

Anti-abortion groups mobilise before debate but polls show most Poles support right to abortion up to 12 weeks Poland’s parliament is to begin a long-awaited debate on loosening the country’s near total ban on abortion, in what campaigners have described as a crucial test of the country’s new government. More than three years after hundreds […]

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The Promised Land review – Andrzej Wajda’s anti-capitalist comic opera is still razor sharp

Wajda takes three young entrepreneurs and follows their greed and ambition to toxic capitalism’s logical conclusion in this queasily disturbing satire Andrzej Wajda’s queasily compelling film from 1975, adapted by him from a novel by Wladyslaw Reymont, is an expressionist comic opera of toxic capitalism and bad faith, carried out by jittery entrepreneurs whose skills […]

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‘Wonderful experience’: Researcher’s close encounter with Svalbard polar bears

Meteorologist says bears were not aggressive but they fired signal gun to scare them away Katarzyna Kudłacz was preparing a breakfast of scrambled eggs at a research station on Svalbard when she looked up to see she had three unexpected guests. Shocked and in awe, the meteorologist immediately alerted her colleagues to the female polar […]

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Five killed by falling trees as winds reach 96mph in southern Poland

Deaths, including those of two children, occured in three separate incidents, two in Zakopane and one in Rabka-Zdrój Five people have been killed by falling trees as strong winds battered southern Poland on Monday, reaching a speed of 96mph (155km/h) in the highest parts of the Tatra mountains. In the town of Rabka-Zdrój, two women […]

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Poland launches inquiry into previous government’s spyware use

Victims of Pegasus hacking will be notified and criminal proceedings could be brought against former officials Poland has launched an investigation into its previous government’s use of the controversial spyware Pegasus, with a parliamentary inquiry under way and the possibility of criminal charges being brought against former government officials in future. Adam Bodnar, Poland’s new […]

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