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U.S. Hits Militants From Base In Turkey 1

Police Move Inside China Tech Firms1

Plane Debris Confirmed As Part of Missing Jet1

After Unrest, Signs of Progress in Missouri City 2

What’s News—2

70 Years On: A Hiroshima Survivor’s Tale3

China Says It Is Ending Its Island-Building Effort3

Migrant Boat Capsizes Off Libya4

Some Greek Lessons for Emerging Markets4

Paris and Moscow Cancel Deal On Warships 4

Muslim Preacher Faces U.K. Terror Charge5

Terrorism Victims’ Suit Targets Part Of Iran Deal6

For Democrats, the Head or Heart6

Egypt Inaugurates Expanded Suez Canal7

Malaysia’s Leader Faces Donation Query7

Death Threats Shatter Afghan Pilot’s Dream8

Civilian Casualties in Taliban War Higher Than Ever8

Wall Street Detour Sets Bush Apart From Other Hopefuls10

Perry Misses Out on Republican Debate Spot 11

End of Ink Cartridges for Printers25

Tennis Gets Hip to ‘Stats’ Thing26


Everyone Surfs the Airwaves on This Island27


The Joe Biden Advantage12

The Clinton Charity Case12

Abetting Foreign Takeovers12

Greece’s Ills Require a Banking Fix13

A U.S. Ports Policy Barnacled With Bad Law13

America’s Democrats Need a Scott Walker14

The End of the Japanese Illusion14

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China Selloff: 24 Million Investors Fled15

IBM and Apple Become Buddies15

Standard Chartered Halves Its Dividend15

Firms Tout Cloud but Are Slow to Use It 16

Activists Shake Up B-Schools18

Deutsche Bank Fires Trading Executives18

Time Warner Gets Boost From New Videogames18

Yahoo Targets Ad Tech Revival18

SEC Approval of Pay-Gap Rule Sparks Concerns18

Startup in Germany Gets Venture Funding19

Pensions See Growth in Farms19

Lizard Thwarts Group’s Coal Ambition19

Société Générale Posts A 25% Climb in Profit20

ING Net Rises 27% On Strong Growth In Loan Book20

U.S. Banks Ease ‘Jumbo’ Loan Terms 21

AmEx Settlement Falls Victim to Lawyer Dealings21

Investors Question Boards’ Accessibility22

European Stocks Get Earnings Lift 22

UniCredit’s Profit Climbs 30%22


Apple Doesn’t Need to Repeat Its Past28

StanChart Still Has Further to Go 28

Warning Flag Flies Again For Russia’s Weak Ruble28

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