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Today's Paper: Europe

Today's Paper Europe

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In Major Afghanistan Shift, Obama Drops Plan to Withdraw Most U.S. Forces A1

President Barack Obama said at least 5,500 U.S. troops will still be in Afghanistan when he leaves office in January 2017.


Mideast Turmoil Strengthens Sudan’s Regime A2

Many Sudanese still fear that a precipitous collapse of the regime of President Omar al-Bashir, in power since 1989, could throw the country into the same kind of turmoil that is ravaging much of the Arab world since the Arab Spring of 2011.


The Knives of Jerusalem A8

The cause and meaning of the new wave of Palestinian terror.

Business & Tech.

Burberry Shares Dive on Weaker Asian Demand B1

Shares in Burberry fell sharply after the British fashion house reported a big fall in first-half same-store sales growth, amid lower spending in Asia.

Money & Investing

Goldman Earnings Miss as Bond Traders Suffer B5

Goldman’s quarterly profit tumbled 36% as the big U.S. bank with the greatest dependence on Wall Street was trounced by volatile markets.

Off Duty

‘Bridge of Spies’ Review: Justice on Trial During the Cold War A6

Steven Spielberg’s newest film takes its cues from Cold War history, following a lawyer who defends a Soviet spy, then arranges to exchange him for a captured U.S. pilot.


Oregon Vineyards Draw Out-of-State Buyers W7

The drought in California and affordable acreage are prompting explosive growth in the market for Oregon vineyards. Home buyers here opt for homes that blend into the landscape.