Kylian Mbappe said on Sunday that he dreamed of winning the World Cup for a second time after his brace helped France to a 3-1 win over Poland which advanced the holders to the quarter-finals in Qatar. "Of course, this World Cup is an obsession for me, it's the competition of my dreams," said the … Continue reading Mbappe: I had a dream about the World Cup, my obsession
FILE: Slovak Air Force MiG-29 goes through a water gate during an airshow in Malacky, Slovakia, Saturday, Aug. 27, 2022.Petr David Josek / Associated Press Poland and the Czech Republic have agreed to protect Slovakia’s airspace as the country seeks to retire its 11 Soviet-era fighter planes. At an air show this weekend, the defence … Continue reading Poland and Czech to protect Slovak airspace as ageing MiGs are retired
Poland's President Andrzej Duda said in an interview on Sunday that the use of chemical weapons in Ukraine by Russia would be a game changer and NATO would have to think seriously about how to respond. Asked if the use of chemical weapons by Putin would be a red line for NATO at which point … Continue reading Will NATO take action if Russia uses bioweapons against Ukraine?
Amnesty International said Thursday it has independently confirmed that powerful spyware from the Israeli surveillance software maker NSO Group was used to hack a Polish senator multiple times in 2019 when he was running the opposition’s parliamentary election campaign. Polish Senator Krzysztof Brejza in Warsaw, on the night of parliamentary elections, Oct. 13, 2019. The Associated Press … Continue reading Amnesty International confirms Polish senator and other politicians were hacked
Even as European nations ponder shutting Huawei out of 5G network rollouts over concerns about data security, the trial of an ex-Huawei employee and a former Polish secret services agent accused of spying for China has opened in Warsaw. Huawei According to Polish prosecutors, former Huawei executive Wang Weijing, 39, spent over seven years spying … Continue reading Chinese telecom giant Huawei facing legal action for espionage in Poland
Poland's prime minister said Sunday that Russian President Vladimir Putin has been lying in remarks blaming Poland for the outbreak of World War II, and argued that Putin is doing it to deflect from recent Russian political failures. Putin has said on several recent occasions that Poland bears responsibility for the outbreak of the war, … Continue reading Putin covering Russia’s political failure with WWII lies
Doctors operated for five hours on Mayor Pawel Adamowicz, who was stabbed Sunday by an ex-convict who rushed onto the stage with a knife, carried out the attack and shouted it was political revenge against a political party Adamowicz had belonged to. Adamowicz grabbed his belly and collapsed in front of the audience at … Continue reading Pawel Adamowicz’s attacker gained access with a media badge
Huawei said Saturday it has fired a Chinese employee who was arrested in Poland on espionage allegations, as China's telecom giant distanced itself from the case amid Western concerns that it could act as a proxy for Chinese security services. This week's detention of Wang Weijing follows the December arrest of Huawei's chief financial … Continue reading Huawei employee sacked after arrest in Poland