3.52pm EDT 15:52 Slovakia 0-1 Czech Republic Vladimir Coufal has scored early in the second half to give the Czech Republic the lead in Bratislava. 3.49pm EDT 15:49 Peep peep!
The Polish government, emboldened by a narrow election victory this month and undeterred by criticism from European Union leaders, is considering withdrawing from a treaty aimed at curbing domestic violence
Anne Applebaum’s new book, “Twilight of Democracy: The Seductive Lure of Authoritarianism,” begins cinematically, with a party she threw at a Polish manor house to mark the dawn of the
Hungary’s prime minister, Viktor Orbán, accused his Dutch counterpart of using the same methods as his country’s former communist leaders on Sunday, as EU leaders publicly clashed during tense and
WARSAW — President Andrzej Duda of Poland appeared on Monday to have narrowly won a second term in the closest presidential election since the end of communist rule in 1989,
Incumbent Andrzej Duda has won Poland’s presidential election, after results released on Monday morning gave him 51.2% of votes with almost all the ballots counted, the national electoral commission said.
Poland’s tightly fought and intensely polarising presidential election has gone down to the wire, as a late exit poll on Sunday night showed the incumbent, Andrzej Duda, leading his liberal
2.43pm EDT 14:43 The Guardian’s Christian Davies has been out and about at polling stations since they opened this morning. He reports there was controversy after the country’s national emergency
It was an event – or rather two events – that marked the symbolic nadir of 30 years of rancorous political division in Poland since the fall of communism in
Voters must bring their own pens. Masks are required for anyone entering a polling station in Warsaw and other Polish cities. Doors should remain open so people do not have