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Julian Borger

Julian Borger

    'It is all of Europe that is hit'
    'It is all of Europe that is hit'
    European leaders and the public reacted to the Brussels attacks with a show of solidarity, support and celebration of all things Belgian, from Tintin...
    West 'ignored Russian offer to have Assad step aside'
    West 'ignored Russian offer to have Assad step aside'
    Russia proposed more than three years ago that Syria’s president, Bashar al-Assad, could step down as part of a peace deal, according to a senior...
    Iran nuclear deal expected to be announced in Vienna
    Iran nuclear deal expected to be announced in Vienna
    The Iran nuclear deal marks the culmination of 12 years of on-off diplomacy, and potentially the beginning of a new era in relations between...
    Iran wants sanction relief details as nuclear deadline nears
    Iran wants sanction relief details as nuclear deadline nears
    The negotiators at the Iran nuclear talks have given themselves yet another deadline by which to conclude an agreement, but this one is...
    Smuggled proof can indict Assad
    Smuggled proof can indict Assad
    A three-year operation to smuggle official documents out of Syria has produced enough evidence to indict President Bashar al-Assad and 24 senior...
    Hopes of normalcy between the US and Cuba at last
    Hopes of normalcy between the US and Cuba at last
    NEWS ANALYSIS
    US Senate report confirms torture does not work
    US Senate report confirms torture does not work
    NEWS ANALYSIS
    Khamenei puts foot down
    Khamenei puts foot down
    Iran's supreme leader, ­Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, has said he has set limits for the country's ­negotiators at nuclear talks.
    Spy revelations poison the pond
    Spy revelations poison the pond
    French outrage at the scale of National Security Agency (NSA) espionage is the latest in a series of aftershocks around the world triggered by...
    Romney an echo of Obama
    Romney an echo of Obama
    In many ways, however, it is likely to look uncannily familiar.
    Egypt's Morsi heads to Iran for Syria talks
    Egypt's Morsi heads to Iran for Syria talks
    Egypt's new leader, Mohamed Morsi, is due to visit Iran this week, marking a significant step towards rapprochement between the two countries and...
    Taliban seeks negotiated settlement in Afghanistan
    Taliban seeks negotiated settlement in Afghanistan
    One of the Taliban's most senior commanders has admitted the insurgents cannot win the war in Afghanistan and that capturing Kabul is "a very distant...