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Media Watch- September 3

Congressman calls for US to support Poland’s war reparations claim against Germany Polish culture minister urges Germany to pay WWII damages NATO Neighbors Demand Belarus Expel Wagner Fighters Officials from Poland, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia say the presence of the paramilitary force in Belarus following a short-lived rebellion in Russia poses a threat. Poland calls on European Commission to send more military and financial support for Ukraine Poland will guard Belarus border to stop Russian imperialism Architects look to Warsaw for lessons on rebuilding Ukraine from rubble An exhibition highlights the Polish city’s innovative reconstruction effort after the second world war The consequences of defying Putin by Lucja Swiatkowski Cannon Poland, Baltics will shut Belarus border if 'critical incident' occurs: interior minister Polish interior minister, US intelligence chief discuss Russia, Belarus MPs appoint commission to investigate Russian influence in Polish politics Poland inks deals to bolster air defences Poland has signed new deals to strengthen its air defences in response to Russia’s ongoing invasion of Ukraine, the defence ministry in Warsaw has said. Washington’s Hesitant Ukraine Strategy Hands Victory to Putin Russia-led alliance holds military drills in Belarus Cyber-attack on Polish railways prompts investigation Poland's state railway network experienced significant disruptions following a cyber-attack, state news agency PAP has reported. Poland investigates train mishaps for possible Russian connection Polish official warns of resurgence in Russian espionage Russian hackers attack Poland again ALGORITHMIC WARFARE: NATO Ponders Using Article Five for Cyber Attacks Late Putinism: Mafia State Spectacular violence is now at the heart of Russian politics. Poland to produce South Korean military hardware: defence minister Warsaw is set to deepen military cooperation with Seoul by manufacturing South Korean weapons in domestic factories, the Polish defence minister has said. Outbreak of Legionnaires’ Disease in Poland Kills 16 Infections have surged in Rzeszow, whose strategic location near the Ukrainian border has transformed it into a hub for the Western response to Russia’s invasion. How the War in Ukraine Turned Tennis Into a Battlefield For Ukrainian players, as well as those from Russia and its allies, the unceasing conflict at home has bled into the game. Now they face off at the U.S. Open. Poland's economy contracted in the second quarter Exhibition sheds light on 1939 Soviet-German pact that sought to carve up Poland, Europe Poland marks 84th anniversary of start of World War II Polish leaders attended ceremonies at dawn on Friday to commemorate the 84th anniversary of the outbreak of World War II. Poland marks 43 years since milestone 1980 August Agreements Poles organize elections abroad on their own

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