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Brussels Attacks Linked to Paris Cell A1

Authorities identified two suicide bombers who hit the Brussels airport and subway as brothers with criminal pasts, and began to trace a clear line between their plot and the terrorists behind the Paris attacks.

World

Brazil’s Boom-Era Missteps Now Haunt Economy A2

Brazil’s deep recession and political upheaval may seem familiar given the country’s history of instability, but this time the problems are different, writes WSJ chief economics commentator Greg Ip. This time, the troubles are the consequence of years of underinvestment and protectionism that no longer have the cover of the commodity boom.

Opinion

An Inordinate Fear of Terrorism? A10

Obama wants you to keep cool about jihadist mass murder.

Business & Tech.

Uber-Ola Rivalry Takes Nasty Turn in India B1

An already-bitter battle between Uber and its main local competitor for dominance of the Indian market has hit a new level of ferocity, with Uber accusing its local competitor of using fake accounts to place spurious orders.

Money & Investing

More Banks Steer Clear of Russia’s Bond Sale B5

European banks have joined their U.S. counterparts in staying away from a $3 billion Russian debt offering, unwilling to upset authorities amid sanctions. That leaves Moscow reliant on local and Chinese banks to get the deal done.


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