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  • Poland’s judicial Poland’s judicial crisis threatens EU ordercrisis threatens EU order

    BRUSSELS: Poland’s row with Brussels over judicial reforms threatens to undermine the bloc’s legal order and stoke a growing divide between the EU’s eastern and western states, officials and analysts say...

    Though Poland’s president vetoed some of the measures after mass protests, officials say Brussels still faces an underlying problem of being ill-prepared to face such challenges to democratic standards...

  • Pakistan beat Poland 2-1 in tense HWL opener

    Mohammad Irfan and Mohammad Waqas were the heroes as Pakistan defeated a plucky Poland side 2-1 in their opening Hockey World League 2015 match on Saturday...

    Pakistan, who need to finish in the top three of the Hockey World League semi-finals table to qualify for the 2016 Rio Olympics, started the game at a typically frenetic pace and created several chances in the opening minutes of the first quarter...

  • Pakistan overcome Poland in tense HWL opener

    ANTWERP (Belgium): Mohammad Irfan and Mohammad Waqas were the heroes as Pakistan edged out brave Poland 2-1 in an absorbing Hockey World League Group ‘A’ opener on Saturday...

    Pakistan, who need to finish in the top three of the Hockey World League semi-finals table to qualify for the 2016 Rio Olympics, started the game at a typically frenetic pace and created several chances in the opening minutes of the first quarter...

  • Pakistan’s morale high after Poland win, says Rana Mujahid

    LAHORE: Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) secretary Rana Mujahid claimed the team’s morale is high during the Hockey World League semi-finals currently underway in Antwerp, Belgium, but appealed to federal information minister Pervaiz Rasheed to ensure the live telecast of the matches...

    Pakistan beat Poland 2-1 on Saturday in their opening game of the event, which serves as qualifiers for the 2016 Rio Olympics, and Mujahid also put...

  • Colourful dragons from around the world meet in Poland

    KRAKOW: Colorful dragons made from paper, fabric and plastic came from around the world to the Polish city of Krakow for the 15th annual Dragon Festival...

    The weekend festival began with an evening show on Saturday on the Vistula river that involved the dragons, laser lights, boats and torches
  • Poland head to World Cup, perfection for Germany

    PARIS: Robert Lewandowski scored a European qualifying record 16th goal as Poland defeated Montenegro 4-2 on Sunday to reach next year’s World Cup, while reigning champions Germany secured a 10th successive win...

    Bayern Munich striker Lewandowski struck again in what has been a remarkable qualifying campaign as Poland recovered from throwing away a two-goal lead in Warsaw to secure a first trip to the World Cup finals since 2006... ...

  • Germany, England seal 2018 berths; Poland close

    PARIS: Germany and England booked places at the next year’s World Cup in Russia, while Poland were made to wait for qualification despite thrashing Armenia 6-1 on Thursday...

    Robert Lewandowski scored a hat trick in Yerevan, Armenia, to become Poland’s all-time highest scorer and put his team on the verge of qualification...

  • Thousands march in Poland nationalist rally

    President Andrzej Duda said that “there is no place in Poland” for xenophobia, pathological nationalism and anti-Semitism and that the country must remain a land of open to all who want to come together and work for the good of the nation...

    ”“Those who want to harm Poland know how to do it,” he said without specifying who might have tried to bait the marchers...

  • Why successful Poland threw out its president

    WHY would voters in an economically successful country, where per capita economic output has been rapidly catching up to wealthier neighbours, want to oust their government? In Poland, where a populist opposition candidate has beaten the incumbent in a presidential election, the answer seems to be that growth is not the indicator people care most about...

    In conventional terms, Poland has been an exceptional European success story...

  • Poland making payout to victims of CIA renditions

    WARSAW: Poland is paying a quarter of a million dollars to two terror suspects allegedly tortured by the CIA in a secret facility in this country, prompting outrage among many here who feel they are being punished for American wrongdoing...

    Europe’s top human rights court impo­sed the penalty against Poland, setting a Saturday deadline...

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