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Polish trial begins in Huawei-linked China espionage case

Jun 01 2021

WARSAW (Reuters) -An espionage trial involving a former Polish secret services agent and an ex-employee of Huawei begins in a Warsaw court on Tuesday as some European states consider whether to exclude the Chinese group's equipment from their 5G telecom networks.

Polish trial begins in Huawei-linked China espionage case

May 31 2021

WARSAW, June 1 An espionage trial involving a former Polish secret services agent and an ex-employee of Huawei begins in a Warsaw court on Tuesday as some European states consider whether to exclude the Chinese group's equipment from their 5G telecom networks.

As Poland's Church embraces politics, Catholics depart

Feb 04 2021

WARSAW Katarzyna Lipka is no longer Catholic, and she says that is a political statement. | Video

INSIGHT-As Poland's Church embraces politics, Catholics depart

Feb 03 2021

WARSAW, Feb 3 Katarzyna Lipka is no longer Catholic, and she says that is a political statement.

Police warn of tougher action as thousands join abortion protests in Poland

Oct 28 2020

WARSAW Thousands took to the streets across Poland on Wednesday for the seventh day of protests against a court ruling that further limits the country's highly restrictive abortion laws.

UPDATE 2-Police warn of tougher action as thousands join abortion protests in Poland

Oct 28 2020

* Thousands protest in Poland against near-total ban on abortion

Poland warns of tougher action against abortion protesters

Oct 28 2020

WARSAW, Oct 28 Polish police will take tougher measures if mass protests against a court ruling that further limits Poland's highly restrictive abortion laws target churches again, the interior ministry said on Wednesday.

U.S. ambassador says EU criticism of Poland 'overblown'

Jul 18 2020

WARSAW The U.S. ambassador to Poland said the European Union's criticism of Poland's adherence to democracy is "overblown", as Warsaw faces cuts to EU budget funds over its judiciary reforms.

With anti-Semitism on the rise, Auschwitz liberation commemorated

Jan 26 2020

WARSAW/OSWIECIM, Poland, Jan 27 World leaders join ageing Holocaust survivors in Poland on Monday to mark 75 years since the liberation of the Auschwitz death camp by Soviet troops, amid concerns over a global resurgence of anti-Semitism.

'Ticking bomb': Poland's economic progress under threat - post-communist reformer

Dec 17 2019

WARSAW Thirty years ago, Leszek Balcerowicz unleashed the "shock therapy" that put Poland on the path to rapid economic growth after decades of communist rule.

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