European Parliament Speaker Antonio Tajani told ANSA Monday on the results of the G7 summit and the rift between US President Donald Trump and German Chancellor Angela Merkel that "the European Union must grow, we must assume our responsibilities in the field of defence but also of relations with Africa". more
The awards for Aleksandra Terpińska and Cuba Czekaj, the premiere of "Iron Man" by Andrzej Wajda, Roman Polanski's new film and industry events - such Polish cinema was presented at the 70th International Film Festival in Cannes, which ended on 28 May.more
French President Emmanuel Macron is holding his first face-to-face talks with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin near Paris, amid tensions over the conflicts in Syria and Ukraine.
They met at the ornate Grand Trianon Palace at Versailles. Mr Macron said he expected some tough words.more
The retirement age in Britain and other leading developed countries will need to rise to 70 by the middle of the century to head off the biggest pension crisis in history, according to the World Economic Forum.more
Polish Ambassador to the United States, Piotr Wilczek, said in a statement on the embassy's website that he had bid farewell to the "Great Pole Zbigniew Brzezinski", former President of the National Security Council of US President Jimmy Carter (1977-1981).more
Polish President Andrzej Duda and the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Theresa May discussed yesterday in Brussels threat of terrorism in Europe and the conclusions that could be drawn from the attack in Manchester.more
In some Central and Eastern European countries, the fundamental values of the European Union - democracy, freedom of speech and civil rights - are at the most at risk since the end of the Cold War.more
Ryanair has been accused of deliberately assigning passengers who choose not to pay for reserved seating to middle seats - and separating couples and groups. Travellers say the budget airline has abruptly changed its policy.more
The Catalan regional government has drafted a secret bill that is designed to oversee the Spanish region's transition to an independent state with or without a secession referendum, El País reported Monday.more
More than 31 million people - one person every second - were uprooted in their home country in 2016 because of conflicts and disasters, and numbers will grow unless the underlying causes like climate change and political turmoil are tackled, an aid group said on Monday.more
The United Nations Security Council is due to meet today behind closed doors to discuss North Korea's latest missile test at the request of the United States, Japan and South Korea, diplomats said on Sunday.
Opposition parties have slammed plans to put a cross on top of the rebuilt Stadtschloss, or City Palace, in Berlin. The Greens and the Left party say the plan endangers the open cultural dialogue intended for the site.more
Multi-billion dollar deals between the US and Saudi Arabia will be signed on Saturday as US President Donald Trump's first foreign trip begins in Riyadh. Mr Trump and his wife Melania were greeted in the Saudi capital by King Salman on Saturday morning local time.more