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‘No country has right to lecture to Poland’: German cardinal
No country has the right to lecture to Poland on the principles of democracy because Poland has done the most for maintaining democracy in Europe, a German cardinal has said, according to a report.
Top EU court wants reinstatement of Polish judges
The EU's top court on Friday said that contested reforms to Poland’s Supreme Court should be suspended amid a legal row between Warsaw and Brussels, according to reports.
Poland remembers Solidarity priest killed by communists
A string of commemorative events was due to be held on Friday as Poles remembered Jerzy Popiełuszko, a Catholic priest who was killed by communist secret police in the 1980s.
Poles want election contenders to be aware of local problems
Poles overwhelmingly want candidates in this Sunday’s local elections to be familiar with the problems of their communities, according to a survey.
Poland's PGNiG agrees to buy stake in Norwegian gas field
State-run Polish gas firm PGNiG says it has agreed to buy a stake in a Norwegian gas field amid efforts to diversify supplies.
Baltic Pipe construction contract to be signed by December: official
Poland's state-run gas grid operator Gaz-System and Denmark's transmission system operator Energinet are expected to sign a contract on the construction of the Baltic Pipe by early December, Polish Radio’s IAR news agency has reported.
Jail term upheld over brutal attack on Poles in Italy
An Italian court of appeal on Friday upheld a 16-year jail sentence for a Congolese national convicted over the gang rape of a Polish woman and a brutal assault on a Polish man.
Polish president to meet German leaders in Berlin
Poland’s president is expected to discuss the future of the European Union when he meets German leaders during a visit to Berlin next week.
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