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Journalism without borders: why we are deepening our Europe coverage

The Guardian’s Europe correspondent, Jon Henley, on why we are excited about journalisme sans frontièresSupport Guardian journalism today by making a contribution or subscribing
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In the depth of the financial and economic crisis that was causing misery across much of southern Europe, particularly in 2011, I set off on a reporting trip that contained the germ of what, nearly a decade later, would find expression in This is Europe.

A significant new commitment to deepen the Guardian’s coverage of Europe, This is Europe is a new editorial strand aiming to explore the challenges confronting the continent, that respect no national borders, and how countries are responding to them.

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