Deputy justice minister tells reporters to 'stop attributing to Poland the role of Holocaust author'
European countries are expressing increasing concern over how Greece is controlling its borders
He wrote: 'If I did not have this conviction, some moral certainty of Grace, and of acting in obedience to it, I would not dare act like this'
The prison is home to some of the world's most dangerous inmates
EC President, Donald Tusk, said Warsaw’s recent media and court curbs have 'shaken' the country’s reputation after its successful political and economic transition since the Cold War
Standard and Poor has cut Poland’s credit rating over fears about government direction
In May 1945, the city was little more than a smoking wasteland of rubble and despair
'Our aim is to solve these issues, our aim is not to accuse,' says Commission’s Vice President Frans Timmermans
Geologists scotch claim that train was hidden underground by the Germans as Soviet forces approached in 1945
With 850,000 Polish nationals in the UK, Poland's govnerment has made clear it regards the issue as a 'red line'
The scheme has been used by the likes of Germany, Canada and Turkey
The police allegedly told the man not to expect the same treatment of 'white and brown' people in Poland as in the UK
Witold Waszczykowski said Europe should help the refugees 'liberate' their homeland
'The problems of the region cannot be resolved without a solution that can be accepted by everyone living inside Syria'
Poland, Slovakia and Angela Merkel’s Bavarian allies have all questioned Europe’s intake of refugees in the wake of the Paris attacks
Konrad Szymanski, Poland’s incoming European affairs minister, said his government did not agree with Poland’s commitment to accept its share of an EU-wide relocation of migrants