Online retailer giant Amazon introduced a dedicated website in Poland, raising the stakes for the country’s homegrown e-commerce market.
Coronavirus has killed more than 2.4 million people and infected over 110 million globally. Here are virus-related developments for February 19:
Germany, Poland, and Sweden throw out three Russian diplomats in a coordinated retaliation for expulsion of three EU diplomats by Moscow, drawing angry response from Russia, which called the decision "unjustified and unfriendly."
Moscow announced the expulsions just hours after EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell met with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov to discuss ties.
Prosecutors did not name the woman but regional broadcaster NDR identified her as Irmgard F, who now lives in an elderly care home in the north of Hamburg.
The ruling means that all abortions in Poland will be banned except in cases of rape and incest, or when the mother's life or health are considered to be at risk.
You don’t need to look much further than the Biden administration to see that the European Union has much to learn from the US about how to become a superpower and think big.
Salih Fidan and Samet Gure, who were handling the terror group's activities in Iraq, were arrested while trying to illegally cross the Ukraine-Poland border.
The groups for qualifying stages of the 2022 Qatar World Cup were drawn in a virtual ceremony at FIFA's headquarters in Zurich.
A 1.8 trillion euro package to finance the EU budget and coronavirus recovery plan requires unanimous approval but a clause linking funds to respect for ‘democratic norms’ has become a barrier.
The protests were triggered by an October 22 ruling by Poland’s constitutional court that abortion in cases of severe fetal deformities was unconstitutional.
Tens of thousands of protesters in Poland, mainly women, have taken to the streets against a ruling that limits abortion.
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