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Companies warn the Trump administration that census citizenship question could be costlyFrench President Macron hopes to rebuild Notre-Dame in five years and Apple in talks with potential suppliers of sensors for self-driving cars. Catch up on the latest headlines.

Tuesday Morning Briefing

Fire guts Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris, Taliban team at Afghan peace talks in Qatar to include women and thousands to 'crowd-source' Indonesian election results. Catch up on the latest headlines.

Monday Morning Briefing

Denials of immigrant visas skyrocket after little-heralded rule change, EU countries back starting trade talks with United States and Ecuador's president says Assange tried to use its embassy to spy.

Thursday Morning Briefing

After seven years, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been arrested, Sudan's president Omar al-Bashir has been overthrown and Disney to pitch video streaming service to Wall Street. Catch up on the latest headlines.

Wednesday Morning Briefing

As Israel secures it’s next prime minister, Britain’s might be on her way out, Uber has decided it will seek to sell around $10 billion worth of stock in IPO and New Zealand have voted almost unanimously to change gun laws. Catch up on the latest headlines.

Tuesday Morning Briefing

Trump vows to put tariffs on $11 billion of EU products, Israelis begin voting and demand for Saudi Aramco bond tops $85 billion. Catch up on the latest headlines.

Monday Morning Briefing

Homeland Security Secretary Nielsen resigns amid Trump anger over border, Rwanda honors those killed in genocide 25 years ago and demand for Saudi Aramco’s inaugural international bond is higher than $30 billion. Catch up on the latest headlines.

Thursday Morning Briefing

Trade talks progress as China makes new proposals, India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi launches general election campaign and the Brexit deadlock continues. Catch up on the lateset headlines.

Wednesday Morning Briefing

Almost half of Americans still think Trump colluded with Russia, a Saudi court has resumed the trial of prominent women activists and British Prime Minister Theresa May is expected to indicate a date for quitting. Catch up on the latest headlines.

Tuesday Morning Briefing

The Supreme Court is set to hear arguments over the contentious practice of partisan gerrymandering, 1.85 million people have now been affected by Cyclone Idai and British lawmakers are set to seize control of Brexit for a day. Catch up on the latest headlines.

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