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GLOBE NEWS ·THE WALL STREET JOURNAL-The city of Recife, Brazil, is at the epicenter of a Zika virus epidemic, which medical experts believe is linked to babies born with underdeveloped skulls and brains.

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U.S. Warship Sails Near Island Claimed By China

The voyage of a U.S. warship to within 12 nautical miles of a manned Chinese outpost in the Paracel island chain is another in a series of U.S. challenges to Beijing’s territorial claims. in a day

Swiss Prosecutors Say Malaysia Funds Were Diverted

Switzerland’s top prosecutor said $4 billion may have been misappropriated from state-owned companies in Malaysia, a significant escalation of an investigation into transactions around government fund 1MDB. in a day

For Mining Chiefs, Doomsday Scenarios Closer to Reality

The vicious decline in commodity prices is upending the forecasts of the leaders of the world’s top commodities companies and scrambling their plans to cope with the worst rout in decades. in 7 hours

State Department Says 22 Clinton Emails Are Too Classified to Release

The State Department said nearly two dozen of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s emails contained highly classified information and won’t be released to the public. 1158in a day
The city of Recife, Brazil, is at the epicenter of a Zika virus epidemic, which medical experts believe is linked to babies born with underdeveloped skulls and brains. Photo: Dado Galdieri for The Wall Street Journal
The city of Recife, Brazil, is at the epicenter of a Zika virus epidemic, which medical experts believe is linked to babies born with underdeveloped skulls and brains. Photo: Dado Galdieri for The Wall Street Journal

The Brazilian Doctors Who Sounded Alarm on Zika and Microcephaly

The van der Linden family of physicians identified a likely link between the virus and a spike in birth defects involving incomplete brain development. in a day

Xerox CEO Defends Split, but Her Future Role Unclear

In an interview, Xerox CEO Ursula Burns defended the decision to undo her signature acquisition by splitting the company in two. in a day

Central Banks Go to New Lengths to Boost Economies

The Bank of Japan’s surprise move Friday to lower a key interest rate below zero for the first time is the starkest example yet of central banks having to push to new extremes to goad a persistently sluggish economy back to life. in a day

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