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Are Sanctions the Visegrad Four's Last Straw?
The Visegrad group of Central European countries Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Hungary has never had an easy life.
Sun Aug 10, 2014
Poland plans canal to bypass Russia
Warsaw: Poland plans to build a new canal to bypass a stretch of coastline controlled by Russia, as the country tries to become less dependent on its neighbour.
Stocks likely to continue last...
Stocks plunged in the middle of last week after Polish prime minister Donald Tusk said a troop buildup on the Ukraine border increased the odds of a Russian invasion LAST week, US stocks slid into negative territory for the year after Italy's surprising retreat into recession hinted that the Ukrainian conflict was taking its toll on the eurozone's ... (more)
Thu Aug 07, 2014
NATO Chief Holds Talks In Kyiv Amid Tensions Over Russian Troops
NATO Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen is holding talks with Ukrainian leaders in Kyiv, amid heightened tensions over a Russian troop buildup along the Ukrainian border.
Wed Aug 06, 2014
NATO: Russia could be poised to invade Ukraine
NATO must rethink its long-term relationship with Russia and strengthen the alliance's ability to respond quickly to any threat, British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday.
Putin's options range between invading Ukraine or abandoning rebels, analysts say
A aerial view shows the damage caused by a tailings pond breach near the town of Likely, B.C. Tuesday, August, 5, 2014.
Global Markets-Russia worries, weak German data weigh on Europe
European stocks fell on Wednesday while nervous investors took refuge in high-rated bonds on reports of a build-up of Russian troops near the border with Ukraine.
Chambersburg Public Opinion
Polish PM: risk grows of Russia entering Ukraine
Poland's prime minister says he has information indicating that there is a growing threat of a "direct intervention" by Russia in Ukraine.
Tue Aug 05, 2014
The Washington Post
Dirtiest Fuel Threatens 700-Year-Old Villages in Europe: Energy
Europe's energy dilemma -- burning the dirtiest coal while meeting pollution targets -- is crystallizing in opposition to a plan that would uproot 700- year-old villages and dig two pits the size of Manhattan.
Poland to Get LNG Terminal on Time as Costs Discussed, PBG Says
Poland 's plan to have a liquefied natural gas terminal ready by mid-2015 to cut its reliance on gas imports from Russia won't be derailed by a dispute over costs, one of the project's contractors said today.
Poles Dash to Stash Their Cash
Long queues and the collapse of the government's online services heralded the last day of July when Poles had their last chance to register to remain in the second, private pillar of the pension system.
Sun Aug 03, 2014
City marks 70th anniversary of...
Traffic in Warsaw halted on Aug.1 and rush-hour crowds paused in silence for a minute-long tribute to Polish World War II resistance fighters at the exact time they launched the Warsaw Uprising, the bloody armed struggle against the capital's Nazi German occupiers in 1944.
Fri Aug 01, 2014
Poland marks 70th anniversary of Warsaw Uprising
People hold burning flares to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the 1944 Warsaw Uprising in Warsaw, Friday, Aug. 1, 2014.
Bugging Scandal Rocks Government
The coalition government of the Civic Platform and the Polish People's Party has been rocked by the biggest crisis of its seven years in power after a news magazine released recordings of senior officials cynically discussing controversial deals in foul language.
The Washington Post
Italy, Poland vie for top EU foreign policy job
The top diplomats of Italy and Poland are competing for the prestigious position of EU foreign policy chief amid the unfolding tensions with Russia.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
Poland may appeal European cou...
Poland will "quite likely" file an appeal against the ruling of the European Court of Human Rights that the country had violated European torture and inhumane treatment laws, Prime Minister Donald Tusk said on Friday.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Poland says may appeal European court ruling on CIA jail
Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk said on Friday Warsaw will probably appeal against a European Court of Human Rights ruling that Poland hosted a secret CIA jail.