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A flurry of Democrats expected to enter 2020 White House race, Turkish train crash in Ankara kills nine and a special report on how a muslim lawyer’s murder reveals Myanmar’s shattered dream. Catch up on the latest headlines.

Wednesday Morning Briefing

In an exclusive interview, President Trump provided Reuters with perhaps his most explicit show of support for Saudi Arabia's crown prince since the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi more than two months ago. This comes despite pleas from U.S. senators for Trump to condemn the kingdom’s de facto ruler. He also said that hush payments made to two women ahead of the 2016 election did not violate campaign finance laws, adding that he thinks "the people would revolt" if he were to be impeached.

Tuesday Morning Briefing

Reluctant Supreme Court on collision course with Trump, U.S. arrests religious leaders and activists at border protest and thousands without power in Carolinas and Virginia after snow storm. Catch up on the latest headlines.

Monday Morning Briefing

Trump's top choice for chief of staff not taking job, French President Macron prepares response to 'yellow vest' protesters as Paris cleans up and Britain's Prime Minister May to withdraw parliamentary vote on her Brexit deal. Catch up on the latest headlines.

Friday Morning Briefing

Huawei arrest stokes fears of China reprisals, Macron to address 'yellow vest' anger and as Brexit nears the campaign for new referendum gathers pace. Catch up on the lastest headlines.

Thursday Morning Briefing

Former President George H.W. Bush to be remembered at Houston funeral, top Huawei executive arrested on U.S. request and French authorities fear 'great violence' as yellow vest anger endures. Catch up on the latest headlines.

Wednesday Morning Briefing

Trump mocks Macron again over French fuel tax protests, Mueller says Flynn 'substantially' aided probe of possible links between Russia and Trump campaign and Istanbul prosecutor seeks arrest of Saudi officials over Khashoggi killing. Catch up on the latest headlines.

Tuesday Morning Briefing

Mourners line up to honor former President Bush, U.S. investment firms rake in returns on clean coal tax credits and Macron makes U-turn on fuel-tax increases in face of 'yellow vest' protests. Catch up on the latest headlines.

Monday Morning Briefing

The truce between U.S. and Chinese leaders on trade tariffs has fuelled a nearly one percent surge on world stocks, GlaxoSmithKline agrees to buy U.S. cancer drug specialist Tesaro for $5.1 billion and Qatar takes a swipe at Saudi Arabia, OPECS's de facto leader, by announcing that it will be leaving the group in January. Catch up on the latest headlines.

Friday Morning Briefing

World leaders set to convene Argentina summit clouded by disputes, Trump demand that asylum seekers wait in Mexico may turn on legal clause and a Reuters special report on how American firms helped an Iranian propaganda agency. Catch up on the latest headlines.

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U.S. Senate hands Trump historic rebuke on Saudi Arabia

The U.S. Senate delivered a rare double rebuke to President Donald Trump on Saudi Arabia on Thursday, voting to end U.S. military support for the war in Yemen and blame the Saudi crown prince for the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.