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She is recovering from 'bruising', local media reports
British troops are deployed in Estonia and Poland
First of 1,200-strong Nato force deployed near Russian exclave of Kaliningrad
Atlantic Resolve launched in immediate aftermath of Crimea's annexation
Works sold by the descendants of Princess Izabela Czartoryska, who started her collection in 1802
Warsaw is nervous about Russian aggression in Eastern Europe following the annexation of Crimea
The leader of Poland's ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party, Jaroslaw Kaczynski, has told opposition protesters, including MPs occupying parliament's debating chamber, their actions were illegal and could lead to a “great calamity”.
Comments come as Theresa May vows Brexit will 'strengthen' relationship between Poland and UK
'In this job you don’t get much time to sleep', the PM had said earlier
Theresa May met her Polish counterpart, Beata Szydlo, at Number 10 to discuss Britain's imminent departure from the European Union
It has been almost three months since Arek Jozwik, a 40-year-old Polish factory worker in Harlow, was killed after being punched to the ground. Harlow police arrested six teenagers, five of whom were released because of insufficient evidence, while one has been released on bail. Two Polish police officers dispatched from Warsaw to reassure Harlow’s Polish community have headed home, leaving Mr Jozwik’s friends and family desperate for justice and deeply afraid. “We only stick together now. We only go to places where you know who is there,” says Eric Hind, a Polish close friend of Mr Jozwik.
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39-year-old was 'incredibly strong and fit' until he died within days of starting to complain of migraines and allegedly vomiting a black liquid
'We will strive to ensure that even in pregnancies when a child is sure to die, strongly deformed, women end up giving birth so that the child can be baptised, buried, and have a name,' Jaroslaw Kaczynski says
Estonia and Lithuania who have ports on the Baltic Sea have also protested the move