Euro 2016 qualifying: Poland's euphoria dampened by Scottish resistance
Euro 2016 qualifying: Poland's euphoria dampened by Scottish resistance

Poland`s fairytale triumph over Germany was quickly overtaken by a touch of anti-climax in Warsaw on Tuesday as they found themselves held to a 2-2 draw by Scotland in a pulsating Euro 2016 qualifier.

Polish Dreamliner plane makes emergency landing in Scotland

A Boeing 787 Dreamliner flying from Chicago to Warsaw with 260 people on board made an emergency landing at Scotland's Glasgow airport on Friday after the pilot received a warning from the fire protection system in the baggage hold.

Poland stages major manoeuvres amid Russia tensions

Poland kicks off major military exercises involving eight NATO partners amid the West`s worst standoff with Russia since the end of the Cold War sparked by differences over the Ukraine crisis.

Polish president swears in new government

Poland's president on Monday swore in the government of incoming Prime Minister Ewa Kopacz, calling on her to prepare the country for a debate on eurozone membership.

Polish PM Tusk steps down as Brussels calls

Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk resigned on Tuesday, paving the way for him to take over as European Council president in December.

Usain Bolt breaks 10 seconds under roof in Warsaw

Six-times Olympic champion Usain Bolt broke 10 seconds for the first time this season when he won a 100 metres race under a closed roof at the National Stadium in Warsaw on Saturday.

Polish PM sails through second vote over eavesdropping affair

Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk on Friday clinched a second confidence vote in as many weeks after the country`s opposition sought to topple his centre-right government over a high-profile bugging scandal.

Polish PM faces second confidence vote over bugging scandal

Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk is to face a second confidence vote in as many weeks as the country`s opposition seeks to force his centre-right government to resign over a high-profile bugging scandal.

Eleven people killed in Polish plane crash: Emergency services

Eleven people were feared dead on Saturday after a plane taking them on a parachute jump crashed in southern Poland shortly after take off, the Polish Medical Air Rescue said.

Neighbour Poland is an enticing model for Ukraine

World leaders marking 25 years since Poland began its transformation into a free-market democracy had a message this month for neighbouring Ukraine: you too could follow the same path to prosperity.

Polish ruling party `paid rival to pull out of election`: Magazine

A Polish news magazine said on Sunday it had obtained a secret recording of a former minister saying the ruling party had settled the debts of a rival candidate in the 2005 presidential election in exchange for his withdrawal from the race.

Obama calls on Russia to call off militants in eastern Ukraine

US President Barack Obama on Tuesday called on Russia to pressure separatists to stop attacking government forces in eastern Ukraine and to prevent the flow of fighters and weapons into the region.

Obama defends deal with Taliban to free US soldier

President Barack Obama on Tuesday defended a prisoner swap deal with the Taliban to free a US soldier held for five years, following attacks from his Republican foes.

Poland`s last communist ruler Jaruzelski dies at 90

General Wojciech Jaruzelski, Poland`s last communist leader who imposed martial law to crush the Solidarity movement only to hand over power less than a decade later, died aged 90 on Sunday after a long illness, a military hospital in Warsaw said.

Nadiadwala to host big bash to celebrate twin successes

Producer Sajid Nadiadwala, who is in Warsaw shooting with Salman Khan for his directorial debut `Kick`, is kicked by the opening reports of his new production `2 States`.

Salman Khan frenzy hits Warsaw

Bollywood film ‘Kick’, which stars Salman Khan and Jacqueline Fernandez in the lead roles, has generated frenzy in the Polish capital.

Poland can manage without Russian gas: PM

Poland could handle being cut off from Russian supplies of natural gas by turning to other sources and improving domestic infrastructure, Prime Minister Donald Tusk said Wednesday.

Late Pope`s aide publishes notes in defiance of last wishes

A controversial book of John Paul II`s personal notes hit stores in Poland today, compiled by his personal secretary in defiance of the late pontiff`s dying wish that they be destroyed.

Poland opposition wants jail for use of term `Polish death camp`

Poland`s conservative opposition on Friday called for use of the erroneous term "Polish death camp" in reference to Nazi German facilities to be punishable by jail time.

Woman fined for Facebook invite to a mass party

A Polish court has fined a 23-year-old woman who admitted posting an invitation to an outdoor spring party Facebook, which drew more than 20,000 people. Some of them were rowdy and got into fights.