Jaroslaw Kaczynski, leader of Poland's governing Law and Justice Party, claims that European Council President Donald Tusk carries 'moral responsibility for a plane crash that killed Kaczynski's twin brother in 2010. Is he trying to defame a critic?
About 80% of teachers in Poland have gone on strike — they say they are overworked and underpaid. The work stoppage comes as students in the country are due to sit for their final exams.
Commerzbank had wanted Copernicus, a digital project to be run by its Polish subsidiary, mBank, to be the first Pan-European lender. When it got cold feet last year, mBank's ex-boss decided to go ahead anyway.
Leaked recordings appear to show the leader of Poland's ruling party, Jaroslaw Kaczynski, was involved in a lucrative construction deal. The scandal has damaged his reputation as a politician who steers clear of graft.
As Poland's media become increasingly politicized, publisher Agora and a Soros-backed fund have teamed up to buy the second-largest radio station. With elections looming, the anti-PiS coalition is preparing to fight.
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