A Polish MEP has provoked outcry after he suggested women earn less than men "because they are weaker, smaller and less intelligent".Read the full story ›
Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydło has reportedly been injured in a car crash.
Polish media said the incident, involving more than one vehicle in the southern town of Oswiecim on Friday, left the 53-year-old with bruises.
Szydło's was travelling in a convoy of several vehicles when another car reportedly came from a side street and drove into the convoy.
A government spokesman said the prime minister was being checked out in a hospital but she did not appear to be badly hurt.
The funeral for the lorry driver killed in the Berlin Christmas market attack has taken place in his home country of Poland.Read the full story ›
Hundreds of protesters chanting 'Democracy' and 'Free media' formed a blockade around the parliament building in Warsaw.Read the full story ›
The prime minister said she hopes to strengthen the UK's relationship with Poland after a summit with Polish PM Beata Szydlo.Read the full story ›
Britain and Poland are "keen" to find common ground on the future of 800,000 Poles living in the UK as it heads towards Brexit.Read the full story ›
The vote comes after 100,000 women demonstrated against the measures in Poland.Read the full story ›
Poland's government has indicated that it will scrap a highly controversial draft law that would have banned all abortions after an international outcry.
Tens of thousands had rallied against the proposed law which would make the procedure illegal even in cases where the fetus was not expected to survive or the mother's life was in danger.
Science and higher education minister Jaroslaw Gowin said the demonstrations had "caused us to think and taught us humility" in an apparent indication that the government was pulling back from a total ban.
Poland already has tight restrictions on abortion, which is only allowed in cases of rape, incest, badly damaged fetuses or if the mother's life is at risk.
It also allows doctors to refuse to carry out abortions if they have moral objections.
Activists plan to stage walkouts and a 'black protest' on social media against laws that would bar abortion in all circumstances.Read the full story ›
Britain should not be forced out the EU as quickly as possible, Poland's foreign minister Witold Waszczykowski has said.
"We need a longer reflection," Mr Waszczykowski told Polish state television TVP Info.
"This cannot be [a] hasty action, this cannot consist of forcing Britain out and as fast as possible."
Mr Waszczykowski said more should have been done to keep Britain in the bloc, adding that EU officials were partly responsible for Britain's vote to leave.
On Friday, Poland said the EU needed a new treaty to increase the role of sovereign nations and preserve the bloc's unity following the result of Britain's EU referendum.