Mar 28, 2013
Lawyers for Saudi-born Abu Zubaydah, who alleges he was held illegally by the US intelligence agency in Poland, have submitted an application to the court to hear their client's case. Read Article Delays in Poland's CIA jails case 'endangering evidence'
Mar 27, 2013
A Polish meat producing association embarked on a charm offensive in the UAE yesterday amid the ongoing fallout from the horsemeat scandal.
Read Article Polish meat lobby in Emirates to fight taint of horse scandal
Feb 08, 2013
Clare Dight reports on the week's latest openings and offers. Read Article Travel news: Emirates direct to Warsaw and join Le Tour
Dec 06, 2012
What's Down: Poland cut borrowing costs to spur growth amid fears the country may face its first recession in two decades. Read Article Poland interest rates cut over recession risk
Nov 21, 2012
The Spanish banking giant is snapping up other lenders and growing its corporate bond business in Poland - but can the Qataris be far behind? Read Article Polish set to help Santander shine
Oct 31, 2012
Polish investigators found traces of explosives on the wreckage of the government jet that crashed in Russia two years ago, killing Poland's president and 95 others, daily Rzeczpospolita reported yesterday. Read Article Poland found explosives on wreckage of presidential jet: report
Sep 15, 2012
The latest in Marek Krajewski's popular detective noir series falls nothing short of off-putting. Read Article The Minotaur's Head pushes the limits of noir
Jun 15, 2012
The co-hosts Poland will be seeking their first victory of the tournament against the Czech Republic and first quarter-final berth at the European Championship. Read Article Euro 2012: Poland 'feels like home' for Czech goalkeeper Cech
Jun 03, 2012
The Poles, who also have Greece, Russia and the Czech Republic in their group, have never won a game at the European Championship, writes Richard Jolly Audio interview Read Article Euro 2012: Draw was kind for gracious co-hosts Poland
Mar 05, 2012
President Bronislaw Komorowski said when rescue efforts are over he would announce a period of national mourning.
Read Article At least 15 killed in head-on train crash in Poland
Feb 07, 2012
The bitter cold has engulfed most of Europe and even crossed the Mediterranean into north Africa, where as many as 16 people were killed on Algeria's snow-slicked roads or in other weather-related accidents. Read Article Europe's death toll from freezing weather hits 360
Feb 03, 2012
Emergency crews were working overtime to protect the homeless and stranded across the region as temperatures sank to -32.5°C. Read Article Deep freeze across Europe has killed more than 150
Jan 07, 2012
The Syrian brown bear cub was given to the troops by a shepherd boy in exchange for tinned meat, and the Polish Second Corps promptly adopted him as its mascot.
Read Article Private Wojtek the 'hero bear' to be honoured in Edinburgh
Star Trek's technological feats are ahead of the times - dreamt up almost half a century ago, much of its technology is today a reality. Can’t you beam me up, Scotty?
Action from Malmo and last night's Eurovision Song Contest. In pictures: Eurovision Song Contest 2013
Following the 1948 war, Israeli librarians rushed to collect 30,000 mostly Arabic books from the houses of Jerusalem's prominent Palestinian families. Palestinian activists sue Israel for the return of 6,000 books
Istanbul's famous mosque tries to strike balance between religion and tourism money by providing tourists with coverings. Thomas Seibert reports Turkey tightens Blue Mosque dress code
Dropping out of the top tier could be more of a help than a hurt, comments Paul Radley. Step backward may help UAE rugby move forward
The dialect of the Hebus and Shehhu mountain tribes in Ras Al Khaimah is a living example of the history of the Arabic language's evolution in the region. Video: Talking Shehhi – a dialect from RAK's mountain tribes
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