Ian Traynor

Guardian newspaper

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Europe Editor for the Guardian newspaper

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After 16 hours of overnight negotiations, the leaders of Russia, Ukraine, France and Germany have agreed to a ceasefire, withdrawal of heavy weapons and the demilitarization of eastern…

Ukraine-Russia Ceasefire Agreement Reached

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