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Regulators: Five Years Later, Libor Isn’t Fixed1

China’s Trials Hit Commodities1

Time Runs Short for Greece1

Reaction to Selloff Shows Deep Insecurity in Beijing2

What’s News—2

U.S. Seeks Mideast Shift After Nuclear Agreement 3

Iran Talks to Continue Past Deadline3

Merkel Critics Say Greece’s Bailout Doomed From Start4

Whether Greece Exits Could Be Up to the ECB4

Tsipras Rides Wave, But to Where?5

U.K. Must Tackle Shift In Threats, Officials Say 5

Migrant Dies in Channel Tunnel5

State Senate Backs Battle-Flag Removal6

Debate Stirs Over Detentions6

IMF Warns Fed Against Premature Rate Moves6

Congress Aims to Ease Testing in Education Revamp7

How Ailing Colleges Stay Accredited7

Malaysia Freezes Six Bank Accounts In Najib Inquiry 8

Tokyo and Seoul Face Hurdles to Better Ties 8

Nigerian Suicide Bombing Kills at Least 20 People9

Afghanistan, Taliban Begin Formal Talks 9

Investors Brace For Fewer Winners10

A Bond-Fund Checkup11

Researchers Seek Better Ways To Treat Lows of Bipolar DisorderHow Depressions Compare25

New England Faces Toughest Test26


For Summer Law Interns, the Livin’ Is Easy27


Stopping the EPA12

America’s Greece12

Bipartisan U.S. Prison Reform12

Setting Prices at a Shanghai Market13

Europe’s Headaches Are Just Beginning13

Greece and the Flight From Reality14

Confederates in the Attic14

Business and Finance

ProSieben, Springer Buck Trends With Talks15

Market Fall Dashes Homecoming Hopes 15

Bargain Hunting on Mykonos 15

Marvel Takes Action for Brands17

Italian Supplier of Hacking Software Gets Hacked17

Samsung Sees Seventh Straight Profit Decline17

Capital Group, Ping An Insurance Among New Investors in China’s Didi Kuaidi 17

Samsung Affiliates Clear Another Legal Hurdle on Way to Merger17

Australia’s Slump Socks Chains 18

Technip Points to More Pain In Oil Patch18

Fed Orders Changes at Santander’s U.S. Units19

China Opens Some Oil, Gas Blocks to Private Investors 19

Hedge Funds Dodge Impact of a Slump19

Home-Rental Firm Taps Into ‘Sharing’20

Preservationists Chase Islands 20

Hayes: Admitted Misconduct to Avoid Extradition21

Europe Gets a Jolt, U.S. Bounces Back22

Temasek Profit Jumps 32%22


Technip’s Overhaul Bodes Ill for Oil-Field Services28

Greeks Aren’t Only Ones in Need of Cash28

Publishers’ Mobile Moving Target28

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