Polish lawmakers greenlight morning-after pill for ages 15 and up

Poland’s lawmakers voted on Thursday to approve over-the-counter access to the morning-after pill for ages 15 and above in a step to liberalize Poland’s strict reproductive law inherited from the previous nationalist conservative government. The vote in the lower house was the

Polish farmers block Ukrainian border in protest against non-EU imports

Polish farmers have intensified nationwide protests against Ukrainian food imports and EU environmental policies. They blocked border crossings with Ukraine, spilled Ukrainian grain and burned tires on Tuesday. Farmers across Europe, including Spain, Italy and Belgium, fear the EU’s Green Deal will

Polish president talks defense spending with Lockheed Martin CEO

Poland’s president has met the CEO of U.S. manufacturer Lockheed Martin about strengthening security in the region and continued U.S. investment in Poland’s military weapons and equipment, the country’s National Security Bureau said Wednesday. POLISH DOCTOR ‘SAFE AND SOUND’ AFTER BEING FREED