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Today's Paper: Europe

Today's Paper Europe

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Former London Mayor Boris Johnson Says He Isn’t Seeking to Replace British Prime Minister David Cameron A1

The race to determine the U.K.’s next prime minister took a sharp and unexpected turn when former London Mayor Boris Johnson said he wouldn’t run to lead the Conservative Party.

World

Feuding Friends Frustrate Saudi Efforts to Counter Iran A2

Saudi Arabia works with Egypt in Yemen and Turkey in Syria, but the problem for Riyadh is that the third side of that triangle—Egypt’s relationship with Turkey—is one of open hostility, Yaroslav Trofimov writes.

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Opinion

The Tories After Brexit A12

The party’s next leader will have to bridge the immigration divide.

Business & Tech.

Tidjane Thiam’s One-Year Anniversary Gift at Credit Suisse: Brexit Upheaval B1

A year after he took the helm at Credit Suisse, Tidjane Thiam’s already-fraught attempt to revamp the Swiss bank faces a new hurdle: market turmoil sparked by the U.K.’s exit vote.

Money & Investing

Deutsche Bank Shares Hit Over 30-Year Low After Fed, IMF Rebuke B5

Deutsche Bank shares tumbled to more than a 30-year low after the International Monetary Fund and the Federal Reserve delivered the lender a double whammy, saying it posed a significant risk to financial stability.