The game ended 1-1 but Poland went on to book their spot in the quarters after winning 5-4 on penalties
Worried Poles say they are 'shocked, scared and lost' and many may go home
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'
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
'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
Israel Kristal lived through both World Wars and survived Auschwitz
Karen Wright meets the artist in her studio in north-west Oslo
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
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
In Birmingham, protesters held signs saying 'Trump is right'