Erotic toys for Catholics
In Poland, an online sex shop comes out with a range of sex toys for married Roman Catholic couples "who love God."
EU pulls all diplomats from Belarus
The European Union and Belarus go head-to-head with diplomatic reprisals.
Polish flight delayed because the pilots were too old
Inspectors at the Heathrow Airport found that both pilots on a flight to Warsaw were over 60.
Euro zone crisis: the view from the Continent's east side
Polish views on the crisis
Dutch right-wingers urge citizens to denounce eastern European workers
Poles, Romanians and others offended by far–right website warning of “dirt” and “nuisance”
PHOTOS: Europe's deadly cold snap
Death tolls rise, villages are evacuated and cash machines freeze over as Europe's cold snap continues.
Polish Nobel Literature Prize winner dies
Wislawa Szymborska, one of the greatest European writers of the last half century, is dead at the age of 88
Death toll in Eastern Europe rises as big freeze continues
Death tolls rise, villages are evacuated and cash machines freeze over as Eastern Europe's cold snap continues.
Are Europe's airlines about to crash?
Airlines seek investment to stop Spanair collapse from triggering a trend of failed airlines.
Freezing weather kills more than 60 in eastern Europe
Freezing winter weather has killed more than 60 people across eastern Europe in the past week, authorities said Tuesday. The cold snap is forecast to continue through Friday.
Kazimierz Smolen, 91, Auschwitz survivor and museum director, dies on 67th anniversary of its liberation, near camp that once held him
After World War II, Smolen became the director of the memorial site at Auschwitz-Birkenau. He died in the town today, 67 years after the camp’s liberation.
Anti-Semitism still common in Germany, study finds
A study by a government-appointed committee has found that 20 percent of Germans still harbor latent anti-Semitism.
Auschwitz documents surface, then vanish
Auschwitz Museum files a complaint against Germans alleged to move documents from Poland.
Polish prosecutor Mikolaj Przybyl shoots himself in head on camera
Polish military prosecutor shot himself after giving a press conference about a 2010 plane crash that killed the Polish president.
Marcin Kasprzak found guilty of burying girlfriend alive
Marcin Kasprzak was found guilty of attempting to murder his girlfriend by burying her alive.
A euro zone break-up: Will it wreck the global economy?
We are facing another financial and economic Armageddon. Here are the real risks.
Anna Grodzka becomes Poland's first transsexual MP
Poland's newly-elected parliament has transsexual and gay MPs.
Plane lands in Poland with no wheels (VIDEO)
A plane carrying 230 people lands in Warsaw, Poland, with no wheels.
EU Finance leaders cancel meeting
EU finance leaders canceled Wednesday's meeting regarding the euro zone debt crisis.
Lost da Vinci drawing found, art historian claims
A British art historian says he’s identified a lost da Vinci portrait that was ripped out of a 15th century book.
Poland election results: prime minister claims victory
Prime Minister Donald Tusk appeared to have a lead Sunday over rival Jaroslaw Kaczynski.
Two arrested in Europe Ikea bombings
Polish police said Saturday that they had arrested and charged two men with planting bombs at Ikea stores in several European countries and attempting to extort $8 million from the retail giant, the Associated Press reports.
Geithner joins EU talks to solve debt crisis
Europe's finance ministers are putting their heads together again for a meeting on a debt crisis that is still unresolved despite weeks of talks. This time round, they'll be joined by U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner.
Vandals deface monument to murdered Jews in Poland
A monument on the spot in Poland where hundreds of Jews were burned alive during World War II was vandalized this week, drawing condemnation from the Polish government, Poland's Jewish community and Holocaust survivors.
Europe: The rosy view
As EU president, Poland tries to buck up its partners.
Poland takes over EU presidency amid financial crisis
Poland on Friday assumed the rotating six-month presidency of the European Union, as Europe struggles with economic governance.
Robert Gates blasts NATO members in final speech
US defense secretary calls on NATO allies to contribute more to NATO and its missions.
Poland to greet Obama with caution
Poles favor the European Union as a partner after a series of slights from America.
Polish hooligans put fear into Euro 2012 organizers
Poland's soccer fans have reputation for violence, criminal activity, both within and outside of stadiums.
Germany opens labor market, finally
But strong growth in Poland and other eastern countries means workers might stay home.
How Jaroslaw Kaczynski has politicized Poland's plane crash
Some wild events commemorated the anniversary of the crash that killed Lech Kaczynski.