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Poland | Poland to open new front in EU clash

By Andrew Rettman

The Polish government is preparing to claim World War II reparations from Germany, opening a new front in its clash with the EU establishment.

Arkadiusz Mularczyk, an MP from Poland’s ruling Law and Justice party, announced the move on Wednesday (2 August) amid commemorations of the Warsaw uprising in 1944.

Poland | Les communistes résistants du bassin minier, soudain enjeu politico-urbain en Pologne

Lorsque la municipalité polonaise de Walbrzych (Basse-Silésie) a dû débaptiser certaines rues qui portaient le nom de communistes polonais passés par la France et ayant combattu le nazisme, le sang des défenseurs de la mémoire sociale des mineurs du Nord n’a fait qu’un tour…

Poland | Brussels steps up case against Poland over migrants

The European Commission has stepped up its legal case against Poland over its refusal to accept migrants from states under pressure in the EU’s migration crisis.

Poland | Poland remembers victims of massacres by Ukrainians

Between March 1943 and the end of 1944, the Ukrainian Insurgent Army (UPA) carried out genocidal killings in Nazi German-occupied Poland, according to Poland’s National Institute of Remembrance (IPN).

The massacres were part of the Ukrainian Insurgent Army’s plan to have a sovereign and nationally homogenous Ukraine after the war.

Poland | US Army planning to move European division HQ to Poland

The United States land forces are planning to move a division headquarters in Europe from Germany to Poland, the Defence24 website has reported.

The website said this is more “proof of Poland’s key role in the eastern flank [of NATO] and closer cooperation with the US”.