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Today's Paper: Europe

Today's Paper Europe

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Rolls-Royce’s Share Price Dives on Dividend Warning, Weaker Outlook A1

Rolls-Royce suffered its sharpest share drop in more than 15 years after the British engine maker said it may cut its dividend and warned its earnings outlook for this year and next had weakened.

World

Powerful Again, Turkish President Erdogan Faces Choice Between War and Peace With Kurdish Militants A2

Turkey’s President Erdogan now faces a momentous choice—press on with war against Kurdish militants or renew the peace process, writes Yaroslav Trofimov.

Opinion

Europe’s Refugee Dodge A8

Green aid to Africa isn’t a solution for the migrant crisis.

Business & Tech.

EU Wants U.S. Firms to Help Mitigate Data-Protection Concerns B1

American businesses could be required to report requests by U.S. intelligence services for the data of European users under a trans-Atlantic data-transfer pact now being negotiated, according to the European Union’s justice commissioner.

Money & Investing

How Nidera’s ‘Rogue Trader’ Had Struck Before B5

Dutch commodities trader Nidera’s failure to act on rogue trades in 2011 underscores what financial crime experts have long said: They are as much to do with management lapses as traders’ mistakes.

Off Duty

A New Era of Portraiture A10

She was certainly no beauty. Raphael’s “Portrait of Elisabetta Gonzaga” (c. 1500) in the Uffizi Gallery, Florence, has none of the ineffable sweetness, grace and femininity that shine through in the painter’s later female portraits.