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February 02, 2016
US proposes more Pentagon funding for Europe aid, equipment
The Obama administration said Tuesday it will propose quadrupling what it spends on its troops and training in Europe, as ...
January 27, 2016
Obama honors 4 who protected Jews during Holocaust
As he honored four people on Wednesday for risking their lives to protect Jews, President Barack Obama warned that ...
January 25, 2016
Polish, Lithuanian and Ukrainian brigade to be ready in 2017
A new brigade consisting of Polish, Lithuanian and Ukrainian troops should be fully operational in the region by 2017, ...
January 24, 2016
US official seeks support for European trade deal in Poland
U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman was welcomed Sunday by Polish entrepreneurs as he worked to finalize a free trade ...
January 13, 2016
EU opens case against Poland over new media, court laws
The European Union on Wednesday escalated its standoff with Poland's new government, deciding to open a case over new laws ...
January 07, 2016
Poland's president signs media law despite EU concerns
A new wave of concern for media freedom in Poland rose among European Union leaders and independent journalists after ...
December 29, 2015
European border guard agency sends reinforcements to Greece
Europe's border guard agency Frontex says it is deploying 293 officers and 15 vessels to the Greek islands in response to a ...
December 23, 2015
New Polish government criticized for democratic backsliding
On the heels of electoral defeat four years ago, Polish right-wing party leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski stood before supporters ...
December 19, 2015
Poles protest government moves to neutralize top court
Thousands of people took part in demonstrations across Poland on Saturday to protest moves by the new right-wing government ...
December 18, 2015
18th-century marble bust looted by Nazis returns to Poland
An 18th-century marble bust of the goddess Diana looted by the Nazis in 1940 has returned to Warsaw from Vienna, where it ...
December 12, 2015
Thousands opposed to new government march in Poland
Tens of thousands of Poles marched in Warsaw and other cities Saturday to protest the role the country's president and its ...
December 10, 2015
Poland adds military guards for Lech Kaczynski remembrances
Five military guards assisted for the first time Thursday in a monthly ceremony held regularly by the now-ruling party in ...
December 08, 2015
Poland's president defies constitutional ruling amid crisis
Poland's constitutional crisis deepened Tuesday, with the president indicating he will stick by the new ruling party's ...
December 02, 2015
Holocaust survivor, rescuer reunited in New York City
An Israeli man and a Polish woman were reunited Wednesday in New York, seven decades after her Catholic family saved him ...
November 27, 2015
Poland will not extradite Roman Polanski to the US
Poland will not extradite Oscar-winning filmmaker Roman Polanski to the U.S. in an almost 40-year-old case after prosecutors ...
November 16, 2015
Anti-migrant mood deepens in Central Europe after Paris
Even before the Paris attacks, the mood in Central Europe was decidedly anti-migrant, with fences going up on borders, a ...
November 02, 2015
Thomas Blatt, survivor of escape from Sobibor, dies at 88
Thomas Toivi Blatt, who was among a small number of Jews to survive a mass escape from the Nazi death camp of Sobibor in 1943 ...
October 30, 2015
Roman Polanski 'very happy' with Polish court ruling
Poland cannot extradite filmmaker Roman Polanski to the U.S. on a charge that he had sex with a minor nearly four decades ...
October 27, 2015
Poland's Law and Justice party gains majority in parliament
The right-wing and anti-migrant Law and Justice party has won a majority of seats in Poland's parliament and can govern ...
October 26, 2015
Poland expected to turn inward under right-wing party
With the election of a right-wing and Euroskeptic party, Poland is expected to become a more inward-looking country, and one ...