Thousands protest new media restrictions in Poland

Angry Warsaw residents block parliament as they rally against measures that would limit journalist access.


US accelerates troop deployment to Poland and Baltics

NATO and the US insist military presence is not aimed against anyone, but Russia has threatened measures in response.


Russia: New missiles in Kaliningrad answer US 'shield'

Russian exclave to receive new S-400 and nuclear-capable Iskander missile systems in response to NATO's defence system.


Poland exhumes leaders killed in plane crash in Russia

Controversial autopsies on former president Lech Kaczynski, among 80 others, aims to determine cause of 2010 crash.


Poles join 'umbrella protest' against abortion curbs

Street protests are expected to continue on Monday, when some women also planning a strike, boycotting jobs and classes.


Russia moves nuclear missiles to NATO doorstep

Poland and Lithuania express concern as Russia deploys nuclear-capable ballistic missiles to Kaliningrad on Baltic Sea.


Snow returns to Poland's Tatras Mountains

Poland's prospects for winter sports start well as southern mountains see 45cm of snowfall.


Polish parliament rejects plans for total abortion ban

In a setback to the ruling conservatives, MPs reject near-total ban on abortion after massive street protests.


Pope Francis: Not right to identify Islam with violence

The pope says it is not fair to speak about violence by Muslims without talking about violence committed by Catholics.


Poland battered by damaging storms

Violent winds sweep across Poland, leaving trees snapped, roofs stripped off and roads flooded.


NATO's meeting in Warsaw is the 'Second Chance' Summit

Since the end of the Cold War, NATO has been trying to find its new role.

by Luke Coffey


Poles 'shocked' by xenophobic abuse in UK after Brexit

Polish ambassador expresses "deep concern" after reports of abuse directed against UK-based Poles in the wake of Brexit.


NATO troops carry out military exercise in Poland

About 30,000 troops will be deployed in one of the biggest exercises on NATO's eastern flank since the Cold War.


NATO launches first military drills in Poland

Some 31,000 troops from 24 nations are participating in land, sea and air exercises amid growing concerns about Russia.


Poland: Ex-presidents lead march against government

About 50,000 people attend protest against conservative government they say has limited their freedoms.