Anton Troianovski

Wall Street Journal

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Anton Troianovski is a reporter for the Wall Street Journal, based in Berlin.

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As we go to air, a manhunt is underway across Europe for the suspect in Monday’s truck attack on the Berlin Christmas market.

Police on manhunt for Berlin attack suspect

As we go to air, a manhunt is underway across Europe for the suspect in Monday’s truck attack on the Berlin Christmas market.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin is in Berlin today, meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel—and Petro Poroshenko, the President of Ukraine.

Putin and Merkel meet again, in Berlin

Russian President Vladimir Putin is in Berlin today, meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel—and Petro Poroshenko, the President of Ukraine.

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The Foreign Ministers of Ukraine, Russia, France and Germany met for 5 hours yesterday in Berlin with the goal of “making steps toward a ceasefire possible.”

Dozens of Civilians Killed in Ukraine While Diplomacy Continues

The Foreign Ministers of Ukraine, Russia, France and Germany met for 5 hours yesterday in Berlin with the goal of “making steps toward a ceasefire possible.”

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