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2016-07-17

The Wall Street Journal: Law and order to be emphasis of Republican convention

The Republican National Convention will open Monday under the pall of antipolice violence, a development likely to bring a new emphasis to presumptive nominee Donald Trump’s repeated pledges to make law and order a theme of both his nominating convention…

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The Wall Street Journal: Saudi tech outreach spurs debate in Silicon Valley

In mid-June, a delegation of Saudi Arabia officials hosted a dinner at San Francisco’s Fairmont Hotel to court venture capitalists including Marc Andreessen and Michael Moritz.

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The Wall Street Journal: Boris Johnson’s plane makes emergency landing

A military aircraft carrying British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson was forced to make an emergency landing en route to Brussels, the government said Sunday.

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The Wall Street Journal: U.K. could curb immigration before it leaves EU

Britain may seek to curb immigration from the European Union even before it formally leaves the bloc, the freshly-appointed government minister in charge of Brexit said Sunday.

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The Wall Street Journal: After chaotic weekend in Turkey, corporate disruptions appear minimal

Multinationals with business in Turkey scrambled over the weekend to check on staff and draft contingency plans, though few were pulling out employees or reporting major disruptions Sunday after the government appeared to reassert control after Friday’s attempted coup.

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The Wall Street Journal: Hillary Clinton holds 5-point lead over Trump, new poll finds

Hillary Clinton maintains a 5-percentage-point lead over Donald Trump in the presidential race despite the FBI report on her email practices and mounting clamor for change by a restless electorate, a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll has found.

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The Wall Street Journal: 6 detained after Nice attack over contact with killer

French authorities trying to piece together how a Tunisian man carried out the deadly Bastille Day truck attack in Nice detained two more people Sunday for questioning, sources familiar with the matter said.

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The Wall Street Journal: Scary opening weekend for ‘Ghostbusters’ reboot

The reboot of “Ghostbusters” starring Melissa McCarthy and Kristen Wiig as its namesake paranormal-activity investigators opened in second place to an estimated $46 million in the U.S. and Canada this weekend, a performance that leaves a long road to profitability.

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The Wall Street Journal: Obama denounces ‘inflammatory rhetoric’ in wake of another police shooting

President Barack Obama said Sunday authorities had yet to determine the motive of the man who fatally shot three police officers and wounded three others in Baton Rouge, La., and he urged Americans to “temper” their words.

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The Wall Street Journal: Turkey coup’s failure hinged on failed attempt to capture Erdogan

A trio of Turkish helicopters filled with rebel forces buzzed the country’s Turquoise Coast below a waxing moon early Saturday as they homed in on their target: President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

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The Wall Street Journal: Doors appears to close on GOP’s anti-Trump effort

What might have been a disruptive fight over the party’s rules and platform is now almost certain to end with a whimper when the Republican National Convention opens for business Monday.

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The Wall Street Journal: Turkish coup attempt reflects hazards of emerging markets

The failed coup in Turkey highlights the pitfalls facing global investors fleeing low returns in the West for hard-to-assess, idiosyncratic risks in emerging markets.

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