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Today's Paper: Europe

In Today's Paper Europe

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China Fallout Lays Bare Risks to Europe1

Up to 50 Migrants Found Dead in Truck in Austria1

Growth In U.S. Revised Higher1

Google Calls EU Charges Misguided1

Ukraine Decisions Loom Large Once Again for EU2

What’s News—2

NATO Opens Training Base in Georgia3

Ukraine Secures Deal To Write Off Some Debt4

American-Born Official Praised for Persistence4

With Eye on Vote, Greece Names Interim Premier 4

Net Migration To Britain Hits Record High5

Trump Insults Rattle Rivals, Please Fans6

Venezuela Food Shortages Trigger Looting, Hunger7

China Detains 11 People Over Tianjin Blasts7

Beirut’s Trash Protests Spark Wider Campaign 8

Islamic State Kills Iraqi Commanders8

Afghanistan Withstands Taliban, for Now9

Exiled Pakistan Separatist Is Open to Peace Talks9

A City’s Uneven Revival In Decade After Hurricane10

Using Phones to Make Driving Better 25

How Serena Produced Her Second Act26

General Tso’s Chicken Comes With Wings Here27


Clinton’s Drilling Chill12

Germany Versus Science12

Emerging Market Rip Tide12

‘Inflation Dynamics’ With the Fed as Ringmaster13

Greece’s Debt-Reduction Red Herring13

Hey, Conservatives, You Won14

Reading 1945’s Signs of Peace in Life Magazine14

Business and Finance

Sanctions Bite Massive Gas Project in Russian Arctic 15

A Setback in Asia for Investment Banks 15

China Reversal Hits Car Makers15

Bottled-Water Tide Keeps RisingWater, Water Everywhere—16

Pernod’s Net Slides 15%; Write-Down For Vodka16

Fiat CEO: Table for One Works 17

Messaging App Line Cancels Its IPO Plans Again18

Amazon Cuts Back on Consumer Devices 18

Netflix Viewership Gets a Measuring Stick19

Oil Firm Total to Sell Assets20

Oil Explorers Look To Pare Back Costs20

PBOC Uses Swaps Tool To Tame Yuan Trade21

China Bond Market Wins as Stocks Fall 21

Oil Prices Gain 10% As Stocks Pick Up22

Foreign Investors Feel Emerging-Debt Pinch22


Currency Puzzle for Bank28

Don’t Write Off Fed’s Rate Rise28

Big Trouble for China’s Oil Giants28

Growth Remains Elusive for Bouygues28

Off Duty

Champion of BreakfastsBun for all the FamilyW1

the burberry check gets some new matesW2

Hair ApparentW2

Why Gin Is Back With a FlourishW3

A Craftsman’s Blue StreakW6

Snapshots of the Belle ÉpoqueW8


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