Poland’s national ombudsman has asked a court to halt the controversial takeover a regional publishing house by PKN Orlen, a state-owned petroleum giant.
The Warsaw Appeal Court has ruled that Judge Igor Tuleya, who was stripped of his immunity in November by the Supreme Court's Disciplinary Chamber, has the right to issue rulings.
A former Auschwitz inmate will be able to seek justice before a Polish court over a German website's use of the term "Polish death camp" in a 2017 report on his sister's death in the World War II Treblinka Nazi extermination camp in German-occupied Poland.
President Andrzej Duda has condemned the Belarusian authorities after two TV journalists were jailed on charges of inciting protests.
A Warsaw court has ordered two prominent Holocaust scholars to apologise to a woman who claimed her uncle had been slandered in a historical book which suggested he had collaborated with the Germans and robbed a Jewish woman during WWII.
At the request of the Warsaw Prosecutor's office, the District Court of Warsaw ruled on Friday that a Polish man in a vegetative state in the UK is legally incapacitated and approved his transportation to Poland for treatment.
The man, who has not been named, has been in a coma in a Plymouth hospital since November 6 after suffering a cardiac arrest. The heart attack lasted for 45 minutes and left him with what doctors have described as severe and permanent brain damage.
Judge Igor Tuleya has been stripped of his immunity following a decision made by the Supreme Court's Disciplinary Chamber on Wednesday.
In a letter to the president of Nigeria, where the 13-year-old is being held, Piotr Cywiński said he would take the 13-year-old’s place, adding: “I cannot remain indifferent to this disgraceful sentence for humanity.”
The Warsaw Administrative Court on Tuesday ruled that PM Mateusz Morawiecki by obligating Polish Post to prepare all-mail presidential election this past May has grossly violated the law.