The U.S. ambassador to Poland wished Jews a happy Passover in Polish, and the reaction has been a wave of angry comments on Twitter.
The Great Synagogue of Warsaw, which was destroyed by the German forces during World War II, has been virtually recreated with light as part of anniversary commemorations for the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising of 1943.
Poland's foreign ministry says Russia is expelling an employee of Poland's consulate in the Siberian city of Irkutsk.
The union leader of Poland's striking teachers says that key high-school graduation exams next month could be cancelled if government does not respond to pay demands.
German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas says that nations in the western Balkans aspiring to join the European Union should be given a clear pathway to membership but urged them to solve their conflicts, including those lingering from the wars of the 1990s.
The European Union's top advocate says Poland has violated EU law with legislation in 2018 that lowered the retirement age for top court judges and forced many of them out of their jobs.
Critics of Poland's right-wing ruling party are voicing outrage after one of its senators said Poland should be "purged" of those "not worthy of belonging to our national community."
Middle school students in Poland are taking important middle school exams even though a nationwide teachers' strike entered its third day, forcing exam authorities to ask help from retired teachers, religion tutors and those not on strike.
A mysterious Polish multi-millionaire who fled Poland after being convicted of secretly recording politicians in swanky restaurants is in a Spanish prison awaiting extradition after being captured last week.
Defense ministers from Central and Eastern Europe are celebrating the anniversaries of their countries' membership of NATO at a time when Russia's increased military activity has stoked concerns.
The priest in northern Poland who led a public burning of the "Harry Potter" series and other books and items deemed by their owners as harmful has apologized and stressed it was not aimed against books or culture.
Priests at a Catholic parish in northern Poland have burned books, including the "Harry Potter" series, and other items that their owners said had evil forces.
An American visitor to the former Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp attempted to steal a metal part of the historic rail tracks where prisoners were unloaded, officials said Sunday.
Poland's right-wing leaders have hinted they will not implement fully the European Union's copyright reform, saying it stifles freedom of speech.
A top court in Poland says rules introduced by the right-wing government that allow lawmakers to choose members of a top judicial body are in line with the constitution.
Polish authorities have refused to invite a Russian delegation to a commemoration ceremony marking the anniversary of the outbreak of World War II.
Poland's justice officials say they are seeking to prosecute seven communist-era judges and prosecutors who imprisoned pro-democracy fighters in the 1980s.
The leader of Poland's right-wing ruling party has used hostile language while speaking against rights for LGBT persons, a subject that has risen to prominence in his political campaign ahead of crucial elections in Poland this year.
Poland's parliament is cancelling the delivery of a nationalist weekly that recently ran an anti-Semitic headline.
Poland's Catholic Church leaders are preparing to publish statistics on the abuse of minors by priests since 1990.