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As EU president, Poland tries to buck up its partners.
Poles favor the European Union as a partner after a series of slights from America.
Poland's soccer fans have reputation for violence, criminal activity, both within and outside of stadiums.
Some wild events commemorated the anniversary of the crash that killed Lech Kaczynski.
Poland, unlike Russia and China, has not invested in athletic success.
Comic book intended for distribution in German schools depicted classical composer Frederic Chopin as a foul-mouthed rocker.
Gay rights have quickly become mainstream in conservative Poland.
Polish economy ends two strong years with mounting public debt problem.
Warsaw leads EU action against its neighbor's authoritarian ruler.
Russia blames Poles for Smolensk crash, while Poles harbor conspiracy theories.
Leaked cables show Poland it is not as close to America as it thought.
Dubious law meant to counter synthetic marijuana could have broad application.
A commission tasked with returning confiscated property to Poland's Catholic Church did that and then some.
Jaroslaw Kaczynski disavows his campaign messages and fires key staff.
How a Polish investment in a Lithuanian oil refinery went bad and raised Russia's ire.
Poland's harrowing roads have dire consequences for both drivers and the economy.
The fight over diaries full of graphic detail about Nazi atrocities.
Poles set out to reclaim Chopin, two centuries after his birth.
There's breathing space on Poland's beaches, but that's a bad thing.
Polish universities rank below most other European institutes for higher education.