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- Now’s the Time to Buy Iron Ore (Cina Coren, Daily Forex) Iron ore is down more than 30% in 2014, from $135 a ton to the low 90’s. Coren thinks it is time to start fishing for a bottom.
- Articles about Ferguson:
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon withdraws National Guard from Ferguson, as clashes subside (Carol D. Leonnig, David Nakamura and William Branigin, The Washington Post)
Calm largely holds in Missouri after grand jury opens shooting investigation (Scott Malone and Carey Gillam, Reuters, MSN News)
From Ferguson Cop Embroiled in a Brutality Suit to City Councilwoman (Michael Daly, The Daily Beast)
- Articles about wars elsewhere:
Israel-Gaza conflict: Airstrike kills 3 Hamas leaders (Associated Press, CBC News)
US signals escalation in Isis fight (Richard MacGregor, Financial Times)
James Foley’s final months: Mock executions, failed rescue attempt (Chelsea J. Carter, Barbara Starr and Ashley Fantz, CNN)
The logic of not paying ransoms (Adam Taylor, The Washington Post)
Europe: All change on Iraq (Gavin Hewitt, BBC News)
As Ukraine Presses Military Offensive, The Facts Are Fuzzy (Sioraya Sarhaddi Nelson, NPR)
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