Warsaw returns

An army of cranes gives the impression that building works to repair the devastation of WWII are in full swing, but development is fraught with difficulties

EU accession has brought Warsaw its first chance to catch up with the west. But will planning struggles and environmental protests hold back the city? Natalie Stevenson reports from Poland

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