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Signs of Bigger Islamic State Cell in Germany Emerge A1

A man who was detained in France and exposed an Islamic State terror cell in Germany told authorities that the cell contained many more people than the three arrested last week, according to officials familiar with his testimony.

World

Rise of Populist Right Doesn’t Signal Demise of Globalization A2

Support for right-wing populists in continental Europe, for British exit from the European Union, and for Donald Trump in the U.S. is not driven by a broad rejection of globalization, but of one aspect, Greg Ip writes: immigration.

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Opinion

Saving Speaker Ryan A10

His conservative critics don’t seem to mind if Republicans lose the House majority.

Business & Tech.

BHS CEO Alleges Former Owner Threatened to Kill Him B1

The chief executive of BHS, Darren Topp, said the former owner of the collapsed British retailer threatened to kill him after he queried why assets were being removed from the company.

Money & Investing

Europe Prepares to Pick Who Can Run Greece’s Banks B5

European authorities are seeking to replace a third of the board members at Greece’s major banks, among the toughest actions by regulators since the financial crisis.

Personal Journal

Renting a Car in Europe? Watch Out for Speeding Tickets A8

Radar cameras that lead to traffic fines and related fees from rental-car companies can surprise unprepared travelers, Scott McCartney writes.


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