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By NEIL GOUGH and DAVID BARBOZA
The interest rates that Chinese banks must pay to borrow money from each other surged to a record high of 13.44 percent, freezing up credit markets.
By JESSICA SILVER-GREENBERG and BEN PROTESS
The Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi, Japan’s largest, is accused of transferring funds for Iran and other countries blacklisted from doing business in the United States, officials said.
By ASHLEY PARKER
The agreement will call for a “border surge” that raises the current border patrol force and the completion of 700 miles of fence on the southern U.S. border.
By JAMES RISEN and NICK WINGFIELD
Technology experts and former intelligence officials say the rise of data mining, as an industry and an intelligence tool, has created a complex reality.
Jennifer S. Altman for The New York Times
By RICK GLADSTONE
An advocacy group founded by former American diplomats has established a monitoring system to keep a long-distance eye on Iran’s compliance with sanctions.
By THOMAS FULLER
Amid hate-filled speeches and violence, a nationwide fundamentalist movement has grown with an agenda that now includes boycotts of Muslim-made goods.
By SIMON ROMERO
The government watched with dismay as Brazil’s largest city braced for more demonstrations on Thursday.
By VINDU GOEL and JENNA WORTHAM
The company will add an instant 15-second video service to Instagram, in an answer to Twitter’s Vine feature.
By MALAVIKA VYAWAHARE
The death toll from flash floods in northern India rose to more than 150 on Thursday, with 50,000 Hindu pilgrims still stranded in the mountainous state of Uttarakhand.
By BRAD SPURGEON
The 24 Hours of Le Mans this weekend could well do for the hybrid car what it did for the diesel car and for many other technologies since its inception in 1923.
By ROB HUGHES
Sepp Blatter would have been wise to have remained quiet about the protests going on outside the Confederations Cup games, but he didn't.
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