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2 Arrested On Separate Drug Charges In Warsaw

WARSAW, Ind. (www.incnow.tv) -- On Monday at approximately 5 p.m., Warsaw Police Narcotics officers were given a tip that there was an active meth lab located in the 3700 block of W. Old Road 30 on the west side of Warsaw. Full story

European Court to hear new CIA jail case against Poland

WARSAW (Reuters) - The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has agreed to consider a second case against Poland over allegations it allowed the CIA to run a secret jail on its soil, intensifying pressure on Warsaw to reveal how closely it was involved in the U.S. "war on terror". Full story

Crews recover body of teen who went missing in Ohio River

Police and firefighters in Warsaw say they have recovered the body of a teen who disappeared while swimming. Full story

Items belonging to missing Mo. woman found

Volunteers searching for a Missouri woman who hasn't been seen since July 13 found some items belonging to her.    Nearly 250 volunteers spent Thursday looking for 72-year-old Hellen Cook, who was last seen walking between Walnut Grove and Highway 7 in Warsaw.  Cook has Alzheimer's disease and has n Full story

Man accused of throwing seven-year-old boy at Batavia Walmart faces new charges

More trouble for a Warsaw man accused of picking up a seven-year-old boy and throwing him to the ground in the middle of a Walmart store. Full story

Poland sacrifices fiscal sacred cow to tackle economic slump

WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland will suspend a cherished budget rule to allow a bigger deficit this year, loosening the fiscal discipline for which it has been a standard-bearer as its economy slows after two decades of uninterrupted expansion. Full story

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Jewish groups assail Polish ban on kosher slaughter

Polish airline says LOT to continue flying Dreamliners

Polish PM Tusk loses bellwether regional election

Poland's ruling party loses ground to main opposition: poll

Technical glitches delay two Dreamliner flights from Poland

Poland to demand explanation over allegations of U.S. spying

Warsaw mayor's woes signal trouble ahead for Polish PM Tusk

Polish hospitals, offices evacuated after fake bomb threats

Rolls Royce to replace engine on grounded LOT Dreamliner: airline

Polish far-right "flash mobs" scare liberal thinkers

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  Pilot lands plane without landing gear

Faced with a flight emergency when the landing gear wouldn’t deploy, Capt. Tad Wrona of LOT Polish Airlines Flight 16 made a risky decision, crash-landing the plane on its belly with hundreds of passengers onboard. TODAY’s Lester Holt reports.

  New book focuses on Warsaw Ghetto Uprising

Author Matthew Brzezinski joins Morning Joe to discuss his new book, "Isaac's Army," which looks at the Nazi occupation of Poland and the infamous Warsaw Ghetto Uprising.

  Henry Champ, former correspondent, dies at 75

The veteran NBC correspondent was posted in London, Frankfurt and Warsaw among other locations. NBC’s Brian Williams reports.

  Now that’s skinny: House is only 4 feet wide

Architects in Warsaw, Poland are constructing what they claim is the world’s slimmest house, measuring 4 feet at its widest and 2 feet at its narrowest. Early TODAY’s Lynn Berry reports

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