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Friday Morning Briefing

Black Friday begins with the usual shopping frenzy, Oscar Pistorius’ murder sentence has more than doubled and Ireland’s government fights for its survival.

Thursday Morning Briefing

U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions orders a review of the country’s gun background check system, Uber's data breach collides with the launch of a SoftBank deal and Roy Moore’s communication director resigns.

Wednesday Morning Briefing

Uber revealed it paid hackers to hide a huge data breach last year, a U.S. Navy plane crashed in the Philippine sea and Zimbabwe’s former vice president is due to be sworn in as president on Friday.

Tuesday Morning Briefing

Officials accuse U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson of violating a federal law on child soldiers, Tencent surpasses Facebook to become the world’s fifth-most valuable company and Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe faces the start of the impeachment process.

Monday Morning Briefing

Zimbabwe leadership battles, Germany’s coalition conundrums and Brexit and the City - will Britain's decision to leave the European Union in 2019 damage one of its most successful industries?

Friday Morning Briefing

Exclusive: How an alleged fraudster in Panama, working with Donald Trump's daughter, helped make Trump's first international hotel venture a success. The broker was in business with a money-launderer and two criminals from the former Soviet Union. Then he fled. Read the Special Report. https://www.reuters.com/investigates/special-report/usa-trump-panama/

Thursday Morning Briefing

Zimbabwean President Mugabe insists he stays on as the country’s ruler, Lebanon’s Saad al-Hariri is expected to fly to France and a portrait of Christ breaks the world record for the highest artwork sale at auction.

Wednesday Morning Briefing

Zimbabwe’s military seizes power from President Robert Mugabe, a gunman kills four people in a Northern California community and Australia votes overwhelming for same-sex marriage.

Tuesday Morning Briefing

Attorney General Jeff Sessions is set to testify to the House Judiciary Committee, U.S. regulators approve a digital pill and a special report explores lead exposure hotspots in New York City.

Monday Morning Briefing

Over 300 people were killed after an earthquake struck Iran, Trump and Duterte bonded at a summit in Asia and sources revealed that the Qualcomm-Broadcom deal looks set to collapse.

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Flynn could prove to be key asset in Mueller's U.S. campaign probe, sources say

WASHINGTON/NEW YORK Lawyers for former national security adviser Michael Flynn have halted communications with U.S. President Donald Trump's legal team, a potentially critical step in the probe into contacts between Trump's election campaign and Russia, sources familiar with the investigation said on Friday.