Poland’s President Signs into Law New Political Commission to Investigate Russian Influence

Polish President Andrzej Duda arrives at the Opening Session of the 4th Summit of Heads of State and Government of the Council of Europe at the Harpa Conference Center in Reykjavik, Iceland, 16 May 2023. EPA-EFE/Leszek Szymanski

Police ban traveling fans ahead of Greek Cup final over fears of violence

Police have issued a ban on traveling fans ahead of the Greek Cup final later on Wednesday because of fears of violence, despite an order for the match to be played without supporters in the stadium.

League champion AEK Athens faces PAOK in the central city of Volos after the authorities took several months to find a venue.

Miscevic meets with delegation of Polish parliamentary committee

BELGRADE - Serbia's European Integration Minister Tanja Miscevic met on Tuesday in Belgrade with a delegation of the Polish parliamentary committee on EU affairs, headed by Chairman Kacper Plazynski, to discuss Serbia's main reform challenges on the path to EU membership, bilateral cooperation with Poland and the country's support to the EU integration process.

Russia warns: Radioactive cloud is heading towards Europe

This was stated by the Secretary of the Security Council of Russia Nikolai Patrushev at a meeting in the city of Syktyvkar in Russia.
He also said that an increase in radiation has already been recorded in Poland.
He also drew attention to the fact that US President Joseph Biden arrived in Hiroshima yesterday for the G7 summit.

Ukraine claims Bakhmut gains after uptick in fighting

Ukraine said on Friday it had retaken swathes of ground near the frontline city of Bakhmut, as Russia insisted it had repelled an attack along a broad stretch of the front line.

Yevgeny Prigozhin, the head of the Wagner mercenary group, who is spearheading Moscow's attack on Bakhmut, accused the Russian army of "fleeing" from around the eastern Ukraine city.