In case seeming to echo the fictional plot of The Night Manager, Pierre Dadak was arrested on suspicion of masterminding the supply of AK-47s, missile launchers and tanks to groups in South Sudan from the comfort of his Mediterranean mansion
'Even if Moscow currently has no immediate intent to challenge Nato directly, this may unexpectedly change overnight'
Defence Secretary Michael Fallon says UK has a duty to 'reassure' Baltic states of Nato support
Capturing the spirit of the nation, this contemporary cookbook celebrates a cuisine steeped in folklore and Slavic household recipes
From tongue-in-cheek teasing, to passionate pleas for unity, how Europe's newspapers are marking referendum day
'Please don’t go! Why Germany needs the British'
Exercises includes night-time helicopter assault and the dropping of US paratroopers to build a temporary bridge over Poland's Vistula river
Russia insisted it was not making the first step, but only responding to moves by Washington
'Dear Madame Prime Minister, today I felt a prickling in my left ovary. I think I am undergoing ovulation'
The plans have been prompted by bishops from the Catholic Church
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When she called the British embassy in Warsaw, a diplomat refused to believe her story
The ruling Law and Justice party have also been accused of stifling a range of freedoms in Poland
A Polish magazine this week published a cover showing a white woman being groped on all sides by dark-skinned hands. It was a sad continuation of a familiar narrative
The Oscar-nominated film focused on the efforts of mathematician Alan Turing at Bletchley Park, but failed to acknowledge the input of Polish codebreakers before World War Two broke out
'wSieci' features the image of a white woman, draped with the European Union flag, screaming as she is being groped and assaulted by dark skinned male arms