The Latest on events marking the centennial of Poland's independence (all times local): 3:10 p.m. Poland's president has addressed thousands of people ahead of an Independence Day march in Warsaw that has for the first time been jointly organized by state officials and nationalist organizations.
European Council head Donald Tusk, a former Polish prime minister, on Saturday denounced the euroskeptic populists governing Poland as "contemporary Bolsheviks" who threaten the nation's independence, but can be defeated.
The Latest on independence commemorations planned in Poland (all times local): 6:15 p.m.
Poland's president won't take part in an Independence Day march in the capital organized by nationalist organizations, his spokesman said Monday in an announcement that follows the leader urging Poles to participate in the controversial event.
Poland's ruling populist party, Law and Justice, won 254 of the 552 seats in regional assemblies in local elections last weekend, with 194 going to the key opposition coalition, the state electoral commission said Thursday.
A private foundation published a map Sunday showing where Catholic priests in Poland have been accused of child sexual abuse, adding pressure on the church in the predominantly Catholic country to respond.
An appeals court in Poland ruled Tuesday that a Roman Catholic order should pay damages to a woman who was abducted and sexually abused by one of its priests when she was 13.
A Polish Catholic bishop apologized Thursday to those who were sexually abused by priests in his Warsaw diocese and vowed to take steps to win back their trust.
Poland's president came under heavy criticism by political opponents on Wednesday after he called the European Union an "imaginary community" of little relevance to Poles.
A parliamentary commission in Poland reported Friday that the country lost more than 5 million citizens and over $54 billion dollars (46.6 billion euros) worth of assets under Nazi German occupation during World War II.
Polish President Andrzej Duda has announced that the country's Supreme Court needs a new president even though the justice holding the job insists her term is not over and her colleagues support her. Duda co-authored recent regulations that require the high court's judges to retire at age 65.
Polish police say they are evacuating more than 2,000 people after the discovery of an unexploded World War II-era bomb weighing some 550 pounds.
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Israel's ambassador to Poland joined hundreds of Warsaw residents Sunday in recalling the first mass deportations of Jews from the Warsaw Ghetto and in honoring a Jewish activist who took his own life while despairing over the world's indifference to the Holocaust.
Poland's President Andrzej Duda said Friday he is hoping to win approval for a November referendum on whether the country's constitution should be changed and if so to what extent.