Amnesty International said it was “horrified” at Polish authorities’ “excessive” force against protesters this week – including the use of tear gas.
An Olympic gold medal winner has turned to delivering food to support his family as he bids to realise his dream of winning another medal in Tokyo next summer.
Members of Poland’s right-wing government have condemned leaders of an annual far-right march in Warsaw for having failed to prevent violence and injuries.
Women’s rights organisers are preparing for what they say will be the largest protest so far in over a week of mass nationwide street demonstrations in Poland triggered by a court ruling banning abortions of congenitally damaged foetuses.
Poland’s President Andrzej Duda said women themselves should have the right to abortion in case of congenitally damaged foetuses, apparently breaking ranks with a conservative leadership that pushed a ban that has led to mass street protests.
Hundreds gathered in Aberdeen tonight to protest a top court ruling that bans abortions in cases of congenitally damaged foetuses in Poland.
Poland’s president Andrzej Duda has tested positive for coronavirus.
Police in Poland say they detained 15 people during protests in Warsaw against a court ruling that toughened the nation’s strict abortion laws.
Italy’s three largest cities face new curfews as regional authorities try to slow the spread of Covid-19 where it first struck hard in Europe.
A concert pianist said the decision to remove Poland from the UK’s quarantine-exemption list will see him lose thousands of pounds.
Travellers from Turkey, Poland and the Caribbean islands of Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba will now have to quarantine upon arrival in Scotland.
Turkey, Poland and three Caribbean islands have been removed from the UK’s quarantine exemption list, the Transport Secretary has said.
Italy and Poland could be removed from the Government’s quarantine-exemption list following an increase in Covid-19 cases.
Polish leaders have rejected suggestions that LGBT people are deprived of any of their rights in the country.
Ambassadors to Poland from some 50 countries and international organisations have expressed their support for the LGBT community in the country.
Scotland were pegged back and had to settle for a 1-1 draw with Israel in their Nations League group opener at Hampden Park.
Members of Murcar Golf Club were enjoying an evening drink in the warm clubhouse bar on a storm-driven night when suddenly two soaked and exhausted Polish seamen stumbled through the door.
Poland’s president has recorded a hip-hop video as part of an effort to raise money for the country’s health service as it fights the coronavirus pandemic.
An exhibition will be held in Aberdeen to highlight the work of Polish citizens during the Second World War.
An Aberdeen MSP has praised an organisation for strengthening cultural ties between Poland and Scotland.
Two women who died after going swimming at Aberdeen Beach have today been named.
Dinosaurs living more than 200 million years ago had some serious competition from an ancestor of modern mammals the size of an elephant.
An Aberdeen group is marking two important milestones with a programme of cultural events.
Street camera footage released by local police showed the 17-year-old falling on to the street.
Boxing: Northern light Marek aims to take Polish title back to Granite City – and prove he’s a true champion
Aberdeen lightweight Marek Laskowski today targeted a unique double of Polish and Scottish national titles.
Aberdeen-based lightweight Marek Laskowski suffered injury frustration on his return to fight in his native Poland for the first time in eight years.
Aberdeen-based lightweight Marek Laskowski will tonight fight in his native Poland for the first time in almost a decade.
The story of a resistance fighter who was the first to tell Allies of the Holocaust committed in Polish areas annexed by Nazi Germany during World War 2 is being told in Aberdeen.
An Aberdeen university is set to welcome a professor to host a talk outlining the region’s links to a Polish city.
Aberdeen-based lightweight Marek Laskowski will tonight bid to make history by becoming the first Polish fighter to win a Scottish professional title.