Poland's President Andrzej Duda comes top in first round of presidential election, partial results show, but falls short of overall majority needed to avoid what looks set to be a tight run-off vote against Rafal Trzaskowski on July 12.
Poles began voting in a presidential election while the French are voting in the second round of municipal elections in 5,000 towns and cities.
Ahead of the vote, President Andrzej Duda visited Washington where he received words of encouragement from US President Donald Trump who said he was doing a "terrific job".
It was the first time in almost 31 years of Polish democracy that voting for the election in line with the constitution, scheduled for Sunday, did not take place. The speaker of parliament now has two weeks to announce a new date.
After British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's admission to an intensive care unit, many world leaders are wishing a quick recovery.
European Union leader Donald Tusk announced that he won't run to be the president of his native Poland, saying he carries too much "baggage" from his time as prime minister.
German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier has asked Poland's forgiveness during a ceremony to mark 80 years since the start of World War II in the Polish city of Wielun. Nearly six million Poles died in the conflict.
The US has agreed to send 1,000 additional troops to Poland but stopped short of establishing a new base there. What does this mean for US-Poland relations and how does Russia play into this?
US and Poland, sponsors of an Iran-focused conference in Warsaw, have backtracked from their initial agenda as some EU invitees' plan to skip the meeting. Is the summit headed for a two-day fiasco?
The US president insists that Beijing is using tariffs to influence American voters into changing their position ahead of a crucial congressional elections in November.
Poland's President Andrzej Duda asks the US to station more troops in his country and wants to increase the volume of liquefied gas contracts with the US to cut its dependence on gas imports from Russia.
President Andrzej Duda announces Supreme Court chief Malgorzata Gersdorf will retire on July 4, but she insists she will come to work as usual.
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