An estimated 250,000 people took to the streets in the Polish capital to express support for the European Union and protest the policies of the ruling Law and Justice Party. They're accusing the new conservative government of being anti-democratic.
Protests against unconstitutional justice reforms in Poland have highlighted the weakness of opposition parties. Young demonstrators don't trust the liberals. Lech Walesa remains the only voice of authority for them.
As the latest war of words drags on between Warsaw and Brussels, the Warsaw bourse barely missed a beat. Democracy is important, but, well, business is still business.
Pakistan has entered a new phase of political instability with the recent ejection of Nawaz Sharif as prime minister. DW spoke to prominent opposition leader Imran Khan about the path the nation's politics are taking.
Kenya's election commission prepared to release final results as the opposition claimed victory in presidential elections. Raila Odinga has alleged massive fraud as observers praised a credible voting process.
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