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Latest update : 2012-11-19

Outlook for Polish economy looking gloomy, five years after the rest of Europe

Poland is the only EU country to have maintained continuous growth for the last five years, although part of that success was due to the Euro 2012 football championships. With that party over, the economy started to wobble. The government has revised its growth targets downwards, but it's also declared that the infrastructural revolution must continue - even at the cost of running a higher deficit than planned - and is lobbying Brussels to keep the cash for such projects coming through.

By Gulliver CRAGG

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2016-05-24 Lebanon

Video: Christian NGO brings Syrian refugees to Italy

In Italy, the community of Sant'Egidio, a Christian NGO, is setting up humanitarian corridors to bring Syrian refugee families from Lebanon to Italy. At the beginning of May,...

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2016-05-23 Tunisia

Tunisia steps up security measures to reassure tourists

In Tunisia, the tourist season is just beginning. Since last year's deadly terror attacks on the Bardo museum in Tunis and a hotel in Sousse, which targeted tourists, the sector...

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2016-05-20 China

Beijing tightens control of foreign NGOs

The Chinese government recently passed a law to bring foreign NGOs under stricter control. The legislation, which will come into force in 2017, gives police wide-ranging powers...

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2016-05-19 Philippines

Philippines: Moro Islamic Liberation Front dreams of 'caliphate' on Mindanao

The southern Philippines island of Mindanao is where the majority of the Muslim community lives in this predominantly Christian country. Various armed groups are fighting for the...

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2016-05-18 Egypt

Video: Egyptian journalists feel targeted by regime

In Egypt, protests continue despite the regime's crackdown on dissent. After doctors and lawyers voiced their anger, now it's the turn of Egypt's journalists. The crisis erupted...

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