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:

Francis talks feminism with global moral theologian network

Michael Sean Winters comments on today's House vote on Obamacare replacement: Today's health care bill vote carries repercussions for GOP

And from Global Sisters Report:

Raised by sisters, a Rwandan orphan looks to the future             

Directory displays richness, variety of religious life              

Britain suffers apparent terrorist attack:

'We Are Not Afraid,' Theresa May Proclaims After UK Parliament Attack

London attack: ISIS claims follower was behind rampage

London attacker born in Britain, previously investigated

European Union Summit on 60th anniversary of Treaty of Rome:

Italy to raise security for EU meeting in Rome: statement

Greek objections mar preparations for EU's 60th birthday

Poland Talks Tough Against 'Multi-Speed' EU Ahead of Rome Summit                 

EU summit in Rome: Brexit will not dominate, says Italian minister

Parts far and wide:

China says US should respect China's air defense zone                  

Japan PM Shinzo Abe embroiled in land-sale scandal

US Airlifts Hundreds of Militia Fighters in Attack to Cut Off Raqqa, Syria                       

From Italy with love:

Italy's Five Star Movement blamed for surge in measles cases

Italy is falling out of love with Europe

Italy steps up investigation into charity-funded migrant rescue boats              

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

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