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Wall Street Journal
Iran’s biggest oil shipping company has amassed the world’s largest fleet of super tankers:
England exits Women’s World Cup after own-goal heartbreak
Iran nuclear talks haven't hit a “breakthrough moment,” U.K. foreign secretary says
Fannie, Freddie CEOs to get $3.4 million raises
Arabs fleeing Islamic State upset Kurdistan’s ethnic balance, @yarotrof writes
The Justice Department is investigating whether U.S. airlines colluded on expansion plans
U.S. asks Switzerland to extradite detained FIFA officials
“Tsipras has turned this country into North Korea.” Cash crunch hits everyday life in Greece
TransAsia pilot shut down working engine before Taiwan crash
How sophisticated investors were hurt in India
One trader's flagship fund was up 388% for the year when the Shanghai market peaked
China shares tank as Beijing’s moves to spur buying fall short
Casio made a smartwatch 40 years before Apple. Now it's trying again
Hooray for Hollywood: foreign films rise again at China’s box office
Greek leader swings between clash and compromise as new offer is dismissed
Uber expanding in India, despite regulatory speed bumps
Google mistakenly tags black people as "gorillas," showing limits of algorithms
More than a third of global airlines ask fliers to tag their bags, up from 13% in 2009
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