Gabriela Baczynska

Rich countries shirk refugee duty

The EU is making aid to Africa conditional on it taking back Africans who have fled

Russian troops seize Crimea airbase as Moscow consolidates control

Elite Russian troops have stormed a Ukrainian airbase in Crimea as Russia's defiant march rolled on despite sanctions and growing global isolation.

Russia says Syria to ship more chemical arms

Russia has offered assurances that the Syrian government will soon ship more toxic agents abroad for destruction.

Russia expels US journalist critical of Putin

Russia has barred a US journalist who is critical of President Vladimir Putin for five years, saying he violated his visa regulations.

Komorowski wins Polish election, reforms in focus

Bronislaw Komorowski has narrowly won Poland's presidency, setting the stage for a political alliance with Prime Minister Donald Tusk.

Polish president’s coffin returns home to Warsaw

Polish President Lech Kaczynski's coffin returned home on Sunday, a day after he and much of the country's political and military elite were killed.

Poland and US sign shield deal, anger Moscow

The United States and Poland signed a deal on Wednesday to station parts of a US missile defence shield on Polish soil.

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