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US targets Islamic State in Syria, Iraq with 18 strikes

US targets Islamic State in Syria, Iraq with 18 strikes WASHINGTON – The United States and its allies conducted 18 strikes against Islamic State in Iraq and Syria on Sunday in their latest round of daily strikes, according to the coalition leading the operations. The Combined Joint Task...
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Bill Gross: Negative Rates Are Finance Economy's Last, Dying Gasp Much like the sun, the financialization of the economy has provided an endless stream of fuel for growth, Janus Capital Bill Gross said in his latest outlook letter. Unlike the sun, though, which has a good five billion...
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Breaking news: armed police called to incident in city

Breaking news: armed police called to incident in city We're getting reports that armed police have been called to an incident in a street just off Tunstall town centre. Officers are understood to be standing by in Bond Street, Tunstall, a street of terraced houses running between High...
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Premiership: Sale Sharks v Harlequins

Premiership: Sale Sharks v Harlequins Sale fly-half Danny Cipriani has been replaced by Joe Ford, starting his first Premiership game of 2015-16. Chris Cusiter is at scrum-half, while Eifion Lewis-Roberts, Neil Briggs and Brian Mujati make up a new front row and TJ Ioane also plays … Read...
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Apple v FBI: US debates a world without privacy That's the bigger picture at hand as Apple continues to fight an order to unlock a terrorist's iPhone. That fight made its way to Capitol Hill on Tuesday for a hearing in front of the House Judiciary Committee, the...
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Finance Watch This copy is for your personal, non-commercial use only. To order presentation-ready copies for distribution to your colleagues, clients or customers visit http://www.djreprints.com. http://www.wsj.com/articles/finance-watch-1456965857. Save Article … Read more on Wall Street Journal Echoes of the 1930s must focus finance ministers' minds The lesson of the...
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