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Polish round table talks - archive, 1989
Between 6 February and 5 April 1989, round table discussions were held in Warsaw between the ruling communists and the Solidarity opposition movement. They would set the stage for a transition to democracy and, later that year, the unravelling of the communist bloc

Ian Traynor

06, Feb, 2019 @11:16 AM

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The siege of Sarajevo - archive, 1993
Twenty five years ago, the Bosnian capital, Sarajevo, was subjected to daily shelling and sniper attacks from Serb nationalist forces. Guardian Europe editor, Ian Traynor, regularly reported from the besieged city

Ian Traynor and Maggie O'Kane

13, Jul, 2018 @11:47 AM

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Turkey agrees to take back people who don’t qualify for EU asylum
Diplomats claim breakthrough after Turkish PM pledges to readmit those not permitted to enter EU as asylum applicants hit record numbers

Jennifer Rankin and Ian Traynor in Brussels, and Helena Smith in Athens

04, Mar, 2016 @5:56 PM

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Europe braces for major 'humanitarian crisis' in Greece after row over refugees
EU ministers struggle to reach collective agreement on crisis as Austria and Macedonia press for reintroduction of national border controls

Ian Traynor in Brussels

25, Feb, 2016 @6:34 PM

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Greece recalls ambassador from Austria over EU refugees row
Athens accuses Vienna of undermining efforts to reach Europe-wide response by siding with hardline EU members who refuse to take refugees

Helena Smith in Athens, Ian Traynor and agencies in Brussels

25, Feb, 2016 @2:18 PM

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Cameron mocks Boris Johnson's second referendum strategy - Politics live
Rolling coverage of all the day’s political developments as they happen, including David Cameron’s statement to the Commons about his EU renegotiation deal

Andrew Sparrow

22, Feb, 2016 @6:49 PM

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EU referendum: No 10 rejects idea of second vote if UK decides to leave
Downing Street dismisses Boris Johnson’s suggestion of second vote, with PM’s spokesman saying: ‘A vote to leave is a vote to leave’

Nicholas Watt Chief political correspondent, and Ian Traynor in Brussels

22, Feb, 2016 @1:48 PM

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Cameron's small-fry gains in Brussels will be debated for years
Europe has acceded to Cameron’s demand for Britain’s position to be restated when treaties are renegotiated, but no one is sure when that will happen

Ian Traynor Europe editor

20, Feb, 2016 @2:54 PM

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EU referendum to take place on 23 June, David Cameron confirms
PM set to fire starting gun on referendum campaign after securing deal with 27 other EU leaders to amend UK relationship with Brussels

Rowena Mason, Nicholas Watt,Ian Traynor and Jennifer Rankin

20, Feb, 2016 @12:43 PM

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EU summit: Cameron secures deal and starts campaign to keep Britain in – as it happened
Live updates as David Cameron reaches deal in Brussels

Claire Phipps, Matthew Weaver, Ben Quinn and Kevin Rawlinson

20, Feb, 2016 @1:17 AM

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Cameron will put ‘heart and soul’ into staying in EU after sealing deal
PM bullish on campaigning for Britain to remain in reformed European Union after marathon talks result in agreement

Nicholas Watt, Ian Traynor and Jennifer Rankin in Brussels

20, Feb, 2016 @12:32 AM

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Teabags and treachery while EU players go hungry before sealing a deal
Brussels summit sees leaders failing to bag breakfast while labouring through bilaterals

Ian Traynor

19, Feb, 2016 @11:42 PM

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