Kyrgyz athlete Abdurahmanhadzhi Murtazaliyev gained the 7th place at the Jiu-Jitsu World Championships 2016 in Wroclaw, Poland, which was held on November 25-27, the Jiu-Jitsu Federation President of Kyrgyzstan told AKIpress. Abdurahmanhadzhi in the weight category of 85 kg managed to achieve a victory over athletes from Germany, Madagascar, Kazakhstan and the United Arab Emirates.
Maltese Prime Minister Joseph Muscat held talks with his Polish counterpart Beata Szydło on Wednesday as part of his tour of European capitals ahead of his country's upcoming presidency of the EU. Read more
Puszcza Niepolomice ended up losing 2-0 to Pogon Szczecin in the quarter-finals of the Polish Cup on Tuesday night and, if there attempts at set-piece ingenuity are anything to go by, the result didn& ... Read more
Magnitude 3.4 quake caused rockfalls hundreds of metres below the surface at Europe’s largest copper mine The final death toll of an earthquake in Poland that caused rockfalls deep underground at Euro ... Read more
Poland's ombudsman and human rights campaigners have criticized a bill they say will undermine Poles' right to freedom of assembly by making it much harder to stage counter-demonstrations to r ... Read more