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Is @andy_murray happy or angry? See if you can tell the difference: on.wsj.com/1JE5WWS pic.twitter.com/DD0tUkfAOi
Japan's Abe pledges $110bn for infrastructure in Asia. Gvt provided graphic super confusing. on.wsj.com/1ehNOWJ pic.twitter.com/DYX2MqVJTT
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About 10% of the U.S. egg-laying flock has been wiped out by a fast-spreading bird flu: on.wsj.com/1JEqLRT pic.twitter.com/3AV8CI58tD
Djokovic, Federer, Nadal and Murray: What to expect from the Core Four at the #FrenchOpen. on.wsj.com/1JEiD3V pic.twitter.com/HxAKudDJ20
Having a bad day? Not as bad as this guy, who just lost $14 billion on.wsj.com/1BetieD pic.twitter.com/1xFoi1Qs1z
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Hunger leads us to acquire food & more stuff in general, writes Robert M. Sapolsky: on.wsj.com/1AhzIPn (Getty) pic.twitter.com/0oiRKZ4w1e
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The top 10% of U.S. households in 2014 earned 18.8 times as much as the bottom 10%, OECD says. on.wsj.com/1HvuBuv pic.twitter.com/bJQUmNR8tO
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Salesforce has no plans to take its foot off the gas. Actually makes a deal less likely. on.wsj.com/1F07C6F @WSJ pic.twitter.com/PFgikkbFHZ
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Publisher Jonathan Galassi's debut novel is a sendup of the sex-fueled early days of FSG. on.wsj.com/1K6nc55 pic.twitter.com/pKX7aL9E7S
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Bird flu has resulted in the deaths or extermination of at least 38.9 million birds: on.wsj.com/1FFEtEx pic.twitter.com/rcbKhdiKs7
The president of the Boy Scouts is urging an end to the ban on gay adults serving as leaders: on.wsj.com/1dnyfN2 pic.twitter.com/MDEY2npDSa
Lutyens, one of the priciest neighborhoods in Delhi and the world on.wsj.com/1HvZMWw Photo by Atul Pratap Chauhan pic.twitter.com/4EsjlUjnyn
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Bargain shoppers, take note: Retail markdowns often beat outlet prices. on.wsj.com/1AgYgrE pic.twitter.com/ViFxTp8GPr
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Islamic State has seized control of the Syrian city of Palmyra, the first major city that Islamic State forces have wrested from Syrian government troops, as opposed to rebel groups. Palmyra is a Unesco World Heritage site, which contains 2,000-year-old ruins, including this amphitheater (pictured i
Islamic State seized full control of the Syrian city of Palmyra and its 2,000-year-old ruins. on.wsj.com/1ei0yg6 pic.twitter.com/YZC0bY4lRR
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Why FIFA can’t get out of its own way: An ultra-democratic election system stifles any change. on.wsj.com/1FqUiM2 pic.twitter.com/HTa8npdcEj
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An insider’s guide to Reykjavik: where to eat, drink, shop and stay in Iceland’s capital on.wsj.com/1AhQdL9 pic.twitter.com/UUoD964VZB
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American tennis fans are restless for a new hero. Could it be 20-year-old Madison Keys? on.wsj.com/1eiBgP7 pic.twitter.com/DBItOt4wsw
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ISIS takes control of Palmyra and more top news: on.wsj.com/1K6pjWI pic.twitter.com/mhQ27zRxC5