Beata Szydlo


Poland PM: EU Ruling Won’t Affect Country’s Migrant Stand

(AP) — Poland’s prime minister says her country will stick by its refusal to take in refugees even though the European Union’s top court is reasserting its right to force member states to accept asylum-seekers.

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Polish PM Dismisses France’s Macron as ‘Arrogant’

VARNA, Bulgaria (AP) — Poland’s prime minister is dismissing as arrogant French President Emmanuel Macron’s criticism of her government over its position on the reform of European Union labor rules, and accusing France of trying to “take apart one of the pillars of the EU.”


Poland Will Not Host Any New CIA Secret Jails

WARSAW (AFP) – Poland on Thursday ruled out allowing the United States to base secret prisons on its soil if President Donald Trump reinstated the so-called CIA “black sites” overseas.

Former US President Bill Clinton speaks during a campaign rally for his wife, Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, at a retirement center in Silver Spring, Maryland on April 13, 2016. / AFP / Andrew Caballero-Reynolds (Photo credit should read ANDREW CABALLERO-REYNOLDS/AFP/Getty Images)

Facts Belie Bill Clinton’s Disparaging Remarks About Poland

During a recent New Jersey campaign stop to support his wife’s presidential bid, former U.S. President Bill Clinton suggested the people of Poland had decided democracy is too much trouble and that Poles want a Putin-type authoritarian leadership.


Poland’s New Right Marches: ‘God, Honor, Fatherland’

The New York Times writes about how Poland’s new right-wing government is taking power in Poland: WARSAW — In the few weeks since Poland’s new right-wing government took over, its leaders have alarmed the domestic opposition and moderate parties throughout

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New PM: Poland To Help Fight Terrorism, Reserved On Migrants

WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Poland’s new prime minister, Beata Szydlo, vowed Wednesday the country will cooperate with the European Union in fighting extremism, but was reserved on accepting refugees. Szydlo opened her policy speech with a condemnation of last week’s