Morning Briefing, International

Welcome back to your weekly international edition of the daily briefing, where we highlight a little of what's going on around the world.

First, from NCR yesterday:

Cardinal Dolan contemplates selling NY chancery in biting letter to priests

San Diego bishop warns against nationalism, market rule, overconfidence in technology

And from Global Sisters Report:

Special report: Awareness fosters hope for often-invisible sex-trafficking victims in the Midwest

'Accompaniment' spiritually underpins sisters' missions in Haiti

How the world saw Donald Trump and Rex Tillerson's Wednesday:

From the UK's Guardian: Trump's trainwreck press conference ushers in a shambolic presidency

'No access': Rex Tillerson sets collision course with Beijing in South China Sea

From the Financial Times: US spy agencies in crisis over Trump claims

From the BBC: Ex-MI6 officer Christopher Steele in hiding after Trump memo

Brexit frustrations:

Oxford academics warning of Brexit 'disaster'

Brexit lays bare the brutal reality for the UK’s immigrants

The Brexit resistance: ‘It’s getting bigger all the time’

Parts far and wide:

The US hits North Korea with a new wave of sanctions as Un flexes his nuclear capabilities

Ban Ki-moon Returns to South Korea in Bid to Lead It

3 Key Foreign Ministers Join Talks Aimed to Reunify Cyprus

From Italy with love:

For Italy's Art Police, an Ongoing Fight Against Pillage of Priceless Works

Italy court blocks referendum to scrap Renzi's labor reform

Italy to train Muslim imams on constitution to 'create climate of tolerance' and fight radicalization

Ideas for next week? Drop me a line:

[Joshua J. McElwee is NCR Vatican correspondent. His email address is Follow him on Twitter: @joshjmac.]

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