Russia insisted it was not making the first step, but only responding to moves by Washington
Dagmara Przybysz had previously told the Ask.fm website that she was the victim of racist bullying
Abortion laws in the country are already heavily restricted to cases of rape, incest and serious health risks
Poland has accepted less asylum-seekers per capita than almost any other European nation
When she called the British embassy in Warsaw, a diplomat refused to believe her story
Council of Europe panel condemns measures by new government to ‘cripple’ constitutional court and ‘undermine democracy’
Israel Kristal lived through both World Wars and survived Auschwitz
Karen Wright meets the artist in her studio in north-west Oslo
'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
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 'new settlement' falls short of the 'fundamental reform' David Cameron once promised
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