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The Wall Street Journal

A major newspaper in the United States. While it covers all news, it is particularly well known for its coverage of financial markets, stocks, business and similar issues. Its editorial page is commonly considered to have a conservative viewpoint. It was founded in 1889 and was purchased by News Corp (which bought its parent company, Dow Jones) in 2007.
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The WSJ includes a number of cultural and scientific programs, personal development workshops, including the development of the global village, the village of science, society and environment programs, as well as nature, water and peace program.
When asked to draw their conclusions, "the investigators were divided, three against two, in their conclusions about where to concentrate the search," WSJ said.
WSJ, in the report, has said that five persons were kidnapped for ransom in Islamabad in the last six months whereas nine people were kidnapped last year.
The WSJ Dollar Index is based on the latest data on total FX trading volume from the Bank for International Settlements, a supranational organization of central banks.
WSJ quoted Gul as saying: "Such a fund should be run by the World Bank and draw on contributions from countries in the region, as well as from traditional donors in the West.
I'm not a photographer, so they were generous to give me credit," Portis said of the picture in the WSJ.
He also met top Pakistani military leaders and presented intelligence reports that point to the Haqqanis operating out of North Waziristan to mount attacks on US and Afghan troops, the WSJ reported.
So instead of breaking down the twisted financial and political path that led to the Ilyushin Il-78 being grounded on the Upper Peninsula, the WSJ played it for laughs.
According to the WSJ, ECMC is the designated guarantor for loans in Oregon, Virginia, and Connecticut, but borrowers from all states could be affected.
Describing Dhahi Khal-fan, the WSJ says: "The Lieutenant General is responsible for keeping the streets of Dubai crime-free.
As you pick and choose you assimilate the relative importance of issues and ideas, at least to the WSJ editors.
Independently conducted research confirmed that tenant communication amenities--specifically The WSJ Office Network, screens featuring close-captioned CNN or CNBC in lobbies, or Captivate NetworkTM in elevators--are viewed as extremely valuable and desirable by both tenants and real estate executives, at a rate of more than 80%.