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    • 13:54
    • 24 Nov

    Coronavirus cases detected in farmed mink in Poland

    Country world's third largest fur producer
    • 15:11
    • 21 Nov

    Polish PM urges no travel over Christmas

    Spending time only with immediate families
    • 08:25
    • 20 Nov

    Recovery: Hungary and Poland confirmed their veto

    Orban, Morawiecki, speaking at the EU leaders' videoconference
    • 16:13
    • 19 Nov

    RF: Soros, EU cannot make a compromise on the rule of law

    Here is the way to circumvent Orban-Kaczyński's veto
    • 11:36
    • 19 Nov

    RF:Italy's Foreign Minister, there will reach a compromise

    'Poland, Hungary and Slovenia have too much to lose'.
    • 18:17
    • 18 Nov

    Polish PM defends EU budget veto against European oligarchy

    • 11:33
    • 17 Nov

    Risk of Recovery Fund being delayed says Misiani

    Poland, Hungary object to conditionality over rule of law
    • 19:31
    • 16 Nov

    Hungary, Poland block EU budget, virus recovery money

    Bloc plunged into political crisis
    • 16:20
    • 13 Nov

    Ningxia launches cross-border e-commerce freight

    VIa Kazakhstan, Russia, Belarus, Poland and Germany
    • 12:55
    • 13 Nov

    EU: Warsaw threatens veto on Recovery Fund

    Polish Prime Minister Morawiecki announced
    • 12:23
    • 12 Nov

    Far-right 'hooligans' clash with police at Warsaw march

    November 11 is celebrated as a public holiday
    • 11:33
    • 12 Nov

    Ue-19: industrial production down by 0.4%

    Increases in Czechia (+4.1%), Slovakia (+3.4%), Poland (+3.1%)
    • 10:43
    • 31 Oct

    Poles defy virus warnings to rally for abortion rights

    Scuffles with far-right counter-protesters
    • 10:30
    • 28 Oct

    Covid:more than 4000 deaths in 'New Europe' region in 1 week

    Almost 400,000 new cases of infection
    • 13:35
    • 27 Oct

    Polish PM urges end to 'barbarism' of abortion protests

    Morawiecki, any violent protests could lead to an "escalation"