BRUSSELS, Feb 28 (Reuters) - The European Commission on Wednesday gave Poland a week to halt work on a planned highway through a protected environmental area that is home to rare flora and wildlife, or face a court action. The European Union's executive, speeding up legal measures it can take when a member state violates EU law, sent a final warning to Warsaw and set a tight deadline for a response in an effort to avoid "irreversible damage" to forests and animals. Poland wants to build ...
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