Today’s news round-up in Poland

Today’s news round-up in Poland Kalbar/TFN

Start your day with a summary of today’s top stories from Poland’s leading news sites. – The Polish media regulator has launched proceedings against the government-critical TVN television station over concerns about the way it reported on the treatment by police of a woman who took an abortion pill and was then taken to hospital, where she was questioned, had her phone and laptop confiscated and was told to strip. Maciej Swirski, head of the watchdog KRRiT, said on Twitter the proceedings were launched "in connection with the way of informing about Joanna's case." – The news channel TVN24 reported on an unmanned aerial vehicle that crashed in south-western Poland on Thursday evening. The Polish army has secured the area and are examining the machine, which is said to have a wing span of eight metres, TVN24 wrote, quoting the RMF FM radio.

TVPInfo – The state-owned news channel TVP Info wrote about a verdict that is expected to be issued on Friday in the case of an influencer, Patryk D., who hit and killed a 45-year-old homeless man in Warsaw while speeding in his Porsche. Patryk D. had earlier boasted about his speeding adventures on social media. - The newspaper Rzeczpospolita wrote that the Polish government is willing to issue thousands of work visas for immigrants from countries such as Nepal, but does not want to agree to the EU's migrant relocation plan. "An immigrant means profit for the state, as they work and pay social security contributions and maintain themselves, while a refugee is a cost," a former minister from the current Law and Justice (PiS) government, who asked not to be named, told the newspaper. 

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