Four people were found dead on Sunday on the Belarus-Poland border, a week after Warsaw imposed a state of emergency.
A state of emergency would give authorities broader powers to monitor and control people’s movements.
A filmmaker retraces the childhood odyssey of his Polish grandmother who became a refugee in Africa during World War II.
‘We cannot risk the lives of our diplomats and soldiers,’ says deputy foreign minister, as evacuation chaos continues.
UN urges Warsaw to take migrants believed to be from Iraq and Afghanistan who have been stranded on border with Belarus.
Poland says allowing the migrants to enter Polish territory would encourage further irregular migration.
Seven months after severe restrictions came into effect, women are struggling with the emotional toll of the ban.
Krystsina Tsimanouskaya says she hopes to compete again after her high-profile defection during the Tokyo Olympics.
More than 900 troops are involved in the operation, which comes after EU members accused Minsk of opening the gates.
As threat of EU penalties looms, Warsaw pledges to scrap controversial chamber as part of upcoming judiciary reforms.
Israel recalls its top diplomat to Poland after president approves bill curbing World War II-era restitution claims.
Opponents say legislation on foreign ownership an attempt to silence a TV station critical of government.
A year after a contested election and the protests that changed Belarus, how safe is it to be a citizen of the country?
Controversial legislation proposes ban on non-European owners having controlling stakes in Polish media firms.