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Thousands attend rally in Warsaw calling for release of jailed ex-ministers | Diamond smuggling attempt foiled at Warsaw airport | Polish passport ranked 6th-most powerful in the world | Free legal advice made available in Sopot

Up to 200,000 supporters of Poland’s conservative Law and Justice party have gathered in front of parliament in Warsaw, in defence of free speech, media and democracy, and calling for the release of two ex-ministers jailed earlier in the week.

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Polish FM urges US Congress to approve Ukraine aid | Two Polish ex-ministers detained in Presidential Palace | Polish central bank keeps interest rates unchanged | Polish government set to limit logging in certain forests, including areas near Trójmiasto

Poland’s foreign minister has called on the US Congress to approve President Biden’s USD 61 billion package of military aid for Ukraine, warning that if Russia conquers Ukraine, the consequences would be “catastrophic.”

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Poland’s energy giant Orlen buys gas producer in Norway | Eleven soldiers injured in military truck crash near Belarusian border | Poland’s deputy FM calls for rebuilding ties with Germany | Gdynia man attacks police with axe

Polish state energy company Orlen Group has acquired KUFPEC Norway, a hydrocarbons maker, ensuring the supply of an additional billion cubic metres of gas per year, to strengthen Poland’s energy security, according to officials.

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Deal Reached Between Polish Government and Protesting Farmers | Polish MP Fined for Illegal Campaigning | “A History of Polish Literature” to be Published in the United States | Poland Takes Second in United Cup

Deal Reached Between Polish Government and Protesting Farmers Polish Farmers protesting at the border with Ukraine have agreed to temporarily suspend their blockade due to a deal announced by the Ministry of Agriculture. The deal includes subsidies and loans totaling

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