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Freed Somalia Towns Feel Besieged African Union forces have liberated about 20 towns in Somalia from al-Shabaab this year only to become isolated government outposts, leaving residents stranded and rebels in control of commercial lifelines.
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Farmers Urge Congress to Legalize Agriculture Workers Farmers hope that Obama's decision to temporarily legalize millions of immigrants will propel Congress to achieve a legislative solution that addresses agriculture workforce needs.
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Samsung Considering Shake-Up in Management Samsung Electronics is considering a leadership shake-up, including installing a new mobile chief, according to people familiar with the matter, to revive its fortunes after a difficult year.
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Is the U.K. Heading for a Grand Coalition? Europe File: Britain may see itself as exceptional, but under pressure from fringe parties it seems to be becoming more European
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The Hassle of 'Hands Free' Car Tech Voice-activated car systems, once seen as aids to driver safety, are under scrutiny for software that often is unreliable, leading to a tide of complaints and a research questioning how safe they really are.
Wall Street Journal | 2 hours, 56 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
New EU Stimulus Fund Hopes to Spark Investment The EU is poised this week to announce a new fund that will use financial engineering in an effort to spark at least 300 billion euros of additional investment in the continent's moribund economy.
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Photos of the Day: Nov. 23 In photos chosen Sunday by Wall Street Journal editors, Kurdish refugees look through broken windows in a Turkish border town, a ski jumper competes in Germany, a priest blesses a space capsule in Kazakhstan, and more.
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Former Portugal Leader Is Questioned in Probe A judge in Portugal questioned former Prime Minister José Sócrates on Sunday to determine whether to charge him with tax fraud, corruption and money-laundering in a probe that could hurt his Socialist Party ahead of next year's elections.
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In China Coal Hub, City Struggles to Survive Despite billions of dollars in investment, Jixi ranks among China's slowest-growing cities. Its struggle illustrates the challenge Beijing faces in trying to squeeze growth from resource-dependent areas that were hit hard by the slowdown.
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Loan 'Guarantee Chains' in China Prove Flimsy As China's economy slows, guarantee chains—in which companies pledge to back loans to other companies—are wreaking havoc.
Wall Street Journal | 6 hours, 35 minutes ago | comment? | recommend