Ex-Polish president Walesa denies he was a paid informant
Europe / International News

Ex-Polish president Walesa denies he was a paid informant

WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Former Polish president Lech Walesa on Friday, Feb. 19, denied claims that he collaborated with communist-era secret police for money in the 1970s. The allegations against Walesa, who led the Solidarity movement that paved the way for the ouster of communism and rise of democracy in Poland in the 1980s and … Continue reading

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Rubio downplays Bush rivalry, aims at Clinton after debate
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Rubio downplays Bush rivalry, aims at Clinton after debate

MIAMI (AP) — Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio refused to criticize his rival Jeb Bush during a flurry of television interviews Thursday following a strong performance in the third GOP debate. Rubio instead tried to focus attention on his criticisms of Hillary Rodham Clinton. In a testy exchange that was a debate highlight, Rubio seemed … Continue reading