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Today's Paper: Europe

Today's Paper Europe

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Paris Attacks’ Alleged Ringleader, Now Dead, Had Slipped Into Europe Unchecked A1

The suspected architect of the Paris attacks who was killed in a hail of bullets Wednesday had traveled through Greece recently, authorities said, raising fresh concerns about Europe’s ability to protect its borders.


Response Against Islamic State Hinges on Whether to Treat It as a State A2

The way the international community responds to the Paris attacks hinges on a fundamental question: the extent to which Islamic State is actually a state, writes Yaroslav Trofimov.


The Fed’s Inconsistent Capital Rules A8

Regulators think long-term debt will prevent bank failures. Oh-oh.

Business & Tech.

AstraZeneca, Sanofi Agree to Share Proprietary Compounds B1

AstraZeneca PLC and Sanofi SA have agreed to share thousands of their proprietary chemical compounds with each other, an unusual deal that shows the creative lengths to which pharmaceutical companies will go to pursue new drugs.

Money & Investing

Square, Match Surge in Trading Debuts B5

Shares of mobile-payments startup Square and online-dating service owner Match Group surged in their first day of trading, a welcome relief for the beaten-down market for initial public offerings.

Off Duty

Thanksgiving in 3 Hours or Less: No-Stress Recipes for Easy Feasting W1

Who says you have to send your blood pressure soaring to set out a satisfying holiday spread? This year, do as chefs do on their day off, keep things serene (but still special).

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  • Is It Time to Refresh Your Glasses? W4
  • Drawn In: The Return of Fashion Illustration W4
  • Washington’s Surprise Attraction: Urban Farmers’ Markets W5
  • An Insider’s Guide to Zurich W

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