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Captured Paris Terror Suspect Salah Abdeslam Says He Planned More Attacks A1

The capture of accused Paris attacker Salah Abdeslam yielded crucial insight into how he used local connections to hide in the Belgian capital for months and led to his admission he was preparing to strike again, officials said.

World

Stakes Are High for Germany’s Angela Merkel in Success of New Migrant Deal A2

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has staked her political future on the success of a new EU-Turkey deal to halt the tide of migrants flowing into Europe, Simon Nixon writes.

Opinion

The Long Reach of Islamic State A14

From California to Belgium to Turkey in a mere four days.

Business & Tech.

Russia Crash Puts Focus on New Breed of Airline B1

The fatal crash of a Boeing jetliner in the southern Russian city of Rostov-on-Don early Saturday puts the spotlight on a still relatively unknown breed of airline: the Middle East budget carrier.

Money & Investing

Back From the Brink: The Risky Bets That Foreshadowed a Turnaround B5

After a sharp selloff in early 2016, markets have rebounded in the past five weeks. The turn in sentiment started with early buying by people like Yacov Arnopolin and his team at Goldman Sachs.

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