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Merkel Seeks to Contain Party Dissent on Greece1

Deadly Bomb Blasts Thai Capital1

Yuan Move Rattles African Economies1

Turkey Moves Step Closer To New Vote1

Pentagon Plans to Boost Number of Drone Flights2

Asian Range’s Glaciers Are Melting Away3

For Migrants, Origins Often DetermineFate4

Upsurge in Violence in Ukraine Sparks Accusations5

Russia Squeezes ‘Foreign Agents’5

NATO’S East Flank to Hold Fall Summit5

FAA Software Upgrade Fails, Triggering Travel Woes6

Rent Increases In Midtier Units Outpace Luxury6

Iran Pact Loses a Key Republican Vote7

Panel Head Blames Clinton For Controversy Over Email 7

Iraq’s Abadi Confronts Shiite Power Struggle 8

Iran Says Nuclear Deal Won’t Give U.S. Influence8

Egypt Passes Tough New Antiterror Law8

New Recording Purports To Be of Nigerian Militant9

How Nursing-Home Rehab Raises U.S. Medicare’s Tab 10

Write Yourself a New Job Description25


Soccer’s Microclubs Make It Big As the Cash Starts Rolling In26

Hotline Has Readers Hot Under the Collar27


Putin Escalates Again in Ukraine12

Obama Targets Financial Advisers12

Abe’s Mixed Apology12

The Celiac’s (Gluten-Free) Lament13

A Global Recession May Be Brewing in China13

Russian Roulette14

Obamanet Heads to Court 14

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At Universal, Hits Keep Coming15

The Wrong Way to Ward Off Killer Robots15

QVC Paying $2.4 Billion For ‘Flash’ Seller Zulily 15

Pentair Sets Acquisition Of Erico for $1.8 Billion 16

A Rival to Uber Rises in Singapore16

Cargill to Buy Norwegian Fish-Feed Firm16

Rambus Starts Own Chip Brand17

How Etsy Crafted a Tax Strategy17

Mob-Busting Informant Resurfaces in SEC Probe 18

Will Driverless Cars Also Be Safer Cars?18

U.S. Steelworkers to Rally for Wage, Health-Benefit Pacts 19

Japan Slips Chasing Australia Subs Deal19

Lotte Shareholders Vote To Resolve Family Feud20

Bad Loans Risk India’s Growth21

Goldman Buys Into Developer In Mumbai21

Tale of Inflation Told By Venezuela’s Arepas22

Stocks Inch Higher As Yuan Fears Fade22


Europe’s Banks Gather Speed in Getting Rid of Unwanted Loans28

Hanergy Thin Film Has High Demands for Repair28

Rebuilding Bonds Via New Greek Bailout28

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