U.S. stocks traded lower Monday with Wall Street looking ahead to Friday's employment report, which could factor into the timing of the Fed's hike in interest rates.
The U.S. economy, now in its weakest post-recession recovery ever, appears vulnerable to some analysts.
Over 200,000 refugees have arrived in Europe since January, most of them landing first in Greece, Italy, and the Balkan nations.
Over 100 people were wounded in the fighting outside parliament Monday, and at least one person, a police officer, was reported dead.
India's GDP rose 7 percent in the April-June period, making it one of the fastest growing major economies in the world. However, it fell short of economists' expectations.
TV reports showed a journalist 'confessing' to causing stock market volatility. A regulatory official was accused of taking bribes and insider trading.
In a statement released Monday, the militant group said that Omar, last seen in public in 2001, died on April 23, 2013.
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