In 1991, Germany and Poland signed a "Treaty of Good Neighborliness". Today, the two governments are not always in agreement, but many ordinary Germans and Poles now feel at home in each other’s countries.
The wolf management authority wants to put down six wolf-labrador dogs, sparking an outcry from puppy lovers. The hybrids threaten the genetic future of the resurgent wolf population.
Within the EU, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia form a regional body of their own: the Visegrad Group, or V4. The countries differ on many issues, but they have embraced similar migration policies.
Legal experts hired by Germany's Bundestag say its neighbor has no claims to compensation for World War II crimes. Their report reaffirms that any claim by Warsaw would be barred by current laws.
Poland and Hungary are fighting against refugee redistribution, despite a clear ruling from the EU's highest court. Poland's right-wing government has copied many of its recent anti-democratic measures from Hungary.
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