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Germany rejects Poland call for WWII reparations
Germany dismissed on Friday Poland’s threat to demand new talks over World War II reparations from Berlin, saying the issue had already been settled in 1953.
EU heads towards tougher action on Poland after Merkel joins fray
Germany’s entry alongside France into a battle between the European Commission and Poland over the rule of law increases the likelihood of unprecedented EU action to punish Warsaw.
France: Poland 'goes against European interests'
French President Emmanuel Macron on Friday criticized Poland's conservative government for going against Europe's interests and warned Warsaw risked finding itself "on the margins" of the bloc in the future.
Iranian puppets to go on display in Poland
Theater director, playwright, puppet maker and stage designer Zahra Sabri will hold an exhibition featuring her stage puppets at Teatr Wielki in Warsaw, Poland.
EU starts action against Poland over judiciary reforms
The European Commission launched legal action on Saturday against what it sees as Polish government attempts to undermine the independence of judges.
Polish liberal opposition ahead of ruling party in newest poll
An opinion poll conducted after the Polish president vetoed judicial reforms gives the ruling party Law and Justice (PiS) 32 percent support, with the liberal opposition parties Civic Platform (PO) and Nowoczesna together on 35 percent, Rzeczpospolita daily said.
Polish president unexpectedly vetoes judiciary reform
Polish President Andrzej Duda said on Monday he will veto two of three bills reforming the country's judiciary system, easing worries that the ruling Law and Justice party will undermine the division of powers.
Hungarian PM offers support to Poland in row with EU
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Saturday that Budapest would defend Poland as the European Union threatens Warsaw with sanctions over its plans to extend government control over its courts.
Poland approve court reform in defiance of protests, EU
Poland’s senate approved a controversial reform of the Supreme Court early Saturday, despite warnings from the European Union, appeals from Washington and massive street protests against the measure.
Poland wins to deny Iran FIVB World League Finals berth
Iran continued its poor run away from home as the Asian side was well-beaten at the hands of Poland in straight sets (25-17, 25-18, 25-22) in 2017 FIVB Volleyball World League in the city of Lodz, Poland.
Poland, Ukraine seeking independence from Russian gas
Poland and Ukraine say they are taking steps toward developing a regional gas hub that would end Central and Eastern Europe's dependence on Russian supplies and keep prices in line with European standards.
Poland eyes Caspian fish imports from Iran
Iran said Poland has expressed interest in importing Caspian Sea trout (weighing 1.1 kilograms each) from Iran.
Iran clinches sensational victory against world champ Poland
Although Iran got off to a disappointing start to its campaign in 2017 FIVB Volleyball World League and suffered two defeats against Italy and Brazil, the Asian giant eventually turned things around when it came up victorious against Poland by three sets to one.
Iran, Poland’s similar economies allow robust partnership
In an exclusive interview with Mehr News Agency, Polish Deputy Minister of Economy Tadeusz Kościński stressed the similar structure of Iran and Poland’s economies as a golden gateway to forming strong economic partnership.
Poland to ask US to extradite suspected Nazi war criminal
Poland is planning to ask the US to extradite a 98-year-old man of Ukrainian origin who allegedly ordered the execution of 44 people in 1944 while commanding a unit collaborating with Nazi Germany, justice officials said Tuesday.

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