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For over a year, government ministers and state officials that met for lunch or dinner at certain restaurants in Warsaw, Poland were illegally recorded by waitstaff, reports the BBC. The political fallout is ricocheting throughout Europe and the U.S. Quote: "Enjoying a bowl of pumpkin soup, then a steak accompanied by a bottle of expensive wine, Poland's Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski tells his dining partner, former Finance Minister Jacek Rostowski, that Warsaw's alliance with Washington is 'complete bullshit.'" [BBC]

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