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:

Abuse advocacy group denies kickback charges as 'inflammatory, untrue'

Trump retains 'gender identity' protection in the workplace

And from Global Sisters Report:

First nun in Samburu tribe opens choice for Kenyan girls

Trump through the world's eyes:

A letter to Europe: This time we're counting on you to save us

Former Mexican president tells Trump: Make North America great again

US-Australia Rift Is Possible After Trump Ends Call With Prime Minister

From the British Isles:

Brexit strategy to be revealed by government

Parliament overwhelmingly backs bill to begin Brexit process

Public figures call for biggest ever UK protest to oppose Trump visit

British leader Theresa May: Trump's travel ban 'divisive and wrong'

May Denies Advance Knowledge of Trump Refugee Ban

Parts far and wide:

Questions Cloud US Raid on Qaeda Branch in Yemen

In South Korea, Defense Secretary Mattis Tries to Reassure an Ally

Judge Orders US to Let In Immigrant Visa Holders

US Flirts With Softer Stance on Russia's Conduct in Ukraine

From Italy with love:

Italy sets up fund to help African countries stop migrants                  

Italy Tries to Skirt a Populist Revolt            

Italy's Muslims sign anti-extremism pact              

Italy's firefighters crowned the best in the world           

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

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