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Poland Resumes Gas Deliveries to Ukraine

(WARSAW, Poland) — Poland has resumed deliveries of gas to Ukraine that had been halted after its own supplies from Russia dropped this week, the state pipeline...

Morning Must Reads: June 3

In the News: Obama pledges solidarity with Eastern Europe; Nato mulls response to Russia's actions in Ukraine; Today is primary day in 8 states; and the...

WATCH: World’s Thinnest House Opens in Poland

We’ve heard of micro-apartments in New York and San Francisco, but one tiny house in Poland may have trumped them all. Wedged in an alleyway between two...

WATCH: World’s Largest Lasagna Made in Poland

If you ever have trouble cooking your lasagna all the way through, maybe you should take a cooking class from chef Giancarlo Russo, part of a team that set the...

Euro 2012: Sonic Cannons and Testicle-Seeking Dogs

Beware, soccer hooligans: if you want to make trouble in Krakow, Poland, you may want to think twice. Amid plenty of worries about rowdy soccer fans in the runup...

Did Poles Profit Off Jews During the Holocaust?

At first glance, it seems like an ordinary, innocent photograph: a group of Polish peasants holding shovels in a field on a sunny day. But look closer and you...

Russia-Poland Tensions Rise with Crash Report

It looked at first like the chance of a lifetime, if not a millennium. On April 10, when Polish President Lech Kaczynski and his entourage died in a plane crash...

Moderate's Win May Speed Economic Reform in Poland

It's official: Poland's centrist candidate Bronislaw Komorowski just won the country's presidential election, beating the twin brother of the late incumbent,...

The Hamas Assassination: A Polish Connection?

As in a tightly plotted thriller, the web of suspicion surrounding the assassination of the Hamas commander Mahmoud Al-Mabhouh in Dubai in January continues to...