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Iran oil arrives in Gdansk
Poland’s biggest oil refiner PKN Orlen said on Friday that a shipment of 130,000 tons of Iranian crude oil has arrived at the Baltic seaport of Gdansk.
Poland, US sign $4.75-billion deal on Patriot missile system
NATO member Poland has signed a $4.75-billion deal with the United States to purchase a Patriot missile system amid Moscow’s opposition to any deployment of the US-made system in Eastern Europe near Russia’s borders.
4 killed, 24 injured in Poland apartment building collapse
An apartment block collapsed Sunday in Poland's western city of Poznan, killing four people and injuring 24 others, officials said as teams of firefighters and rescuers with dogs combed the rubble in search of more victims.
Iran sabre fencing team runner-up in Poland World Cup
Iranian Sabre fencing team ranked second at Poland World Cup held in Warsaw.
Poland set to build new hub airport
With 15.75 million passengers in 2017, Warsaw’s Chopin Airport is the busiest in central and eastern Europe. Last year, it overtook Prague’s Vaclav Havel Airport, which served 15.4 million passengers, according to Airports Council International.
Poland won't give in to EU's demands, PiS party says
The leader of Poland's ruling party has played down pressure exerted by the European Union on Warsaw in an ongoing conflict over an overhaul of the nation's judiciary.
Poland's president fires top ministers
Poland’s ruling conservatives fired several senior government ministers on Tuesday in an apparent move to improve relations with the European Union strained over accusations that Warsaw is subverting rule of law standards.
Zarif receives new envoys of Chile, Poland, Ghana
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif received new ambassadors of Chile, Ghana and Poland on Sunday.
Thousands of doctors in Poland protest against overtime deals
Thousands of doctors have disrupted services at some hospitals in Poland, including children's wards, in protest against overtime deals.
Hungary, Poland want a strong say in Europe's future
Hungary and Poland want a strong say in the future of Europe and firmly reject the EU's migrant quotas, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Wednesday after meeting his counterpart from Warsaw, Mateusz Morawiecki, in Budapest.
EU executive moves to punish Poland over court reforms
The EU executive launched an unprecedented process on Wednesday to suspend Poland’s voting rights in the European Union after two years of dispute over judicial reforms that Brussels says undermine Polish courts’ independence.
Iran, Poland to perform joint concert
Iran and Poland will hold a joint concert entitled, ‘Two Friends’ on December 17, which coincides with Rumi’s World Anniversary.
Iran, Poland to deepen cinema cooperation
Iran and Poland's Ministry of Culture and National Heritage stressed on expansion of bilateral cultural cooperation.
'Countries seeking US support are main losers': Boroujerdi
Iranian senior member of Parliament said the countries which are seeking US support will definitely lose in the international arena.
Poland: Thousands protest new judicial reform proposals (Video)
Thousands protested against proposed new judicial reforms in front of the Presidential Palace in Warsaw, Poland on Friday. The legislation seeks to give the government greater control over courts and Poland’s election commission. Similar protests were held throughout the country, reported.

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