Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said Britain "condemns Belarus' decision to expel Polish and Lithuanian diplomats" which he described as "completely unjustified".
Gazprom insists there are no grounds for the fine and says it is a politically-motivated move to please the US government.
In a political climate where anti-LGBT rhetoric is becoming ever more shrill, LGBT people and rights activists are turning to civil disobedience as their last resort to have their voice heard.
Coal reserves in Upper Silesia, in the south of the country, are perceived as key to energy security and a patriotic alternative to gas and oil imported from Russia.
From Poland to Belgium, laws that restrict practices such as ritual slaughter and circumcision target Jewish communities, Rabbi Menachem Margolin said.
Polish PM Mateusz Morawiecki presented a reshuffled Cabinet on Wednesday that formally brings the conservative ruling party's leader into a government position.
Activists in Poland have been nominated for a prestigious human rights award for tracking the growth of "LGBT-free zones" in the country.
The Polish government responded to the letter saying that while they respected the human rights of LGBT people, marriage was between a man and a woman.
Nobel Prize-winning writer Olga Tokarczuk said that receiving it at the same time as Bishop Ignacy Dec, who has made hostile comments about the LGBT community, would highlight the "painful rift" in Poland over LGBT rights.
The sculpture, titled "Poisoned Source", shows the Polish pope holding a meteorite high over a pool of red water representing blood.
A fountain pen, silver pocket watch and other prized possessions of the late Jewish-Polish composer Wladyslaw Szpilman go under the hammer in Warsaw next week.
It uses sunlight to convert pollutants into less harmful compounds.
An association in Poland has advertised a new app that purports to allow Warsaw residents to rent out their toilet for a fee — but there's a catch.
Approximately 300 Extinction Rebellion demonstrators block an avenue in the centre of the Polish capital before being evacuated by the police.
Tsikhanouskaya has insisted she is open to discussing the situation in her country with all parties, including Russia.
The Dutch court fears that recent changes to Polish law allowing for more disciplinary actions against judges mean "they can no longer be independent of the Polish government".
Thousands of Belarusians living in Poland joined the protests on Saturday,
some of them waving banners with the slogan "Belarusian Life Matters."