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Mueller charged a dozen Russian intelligence officers with hacking the computers of Democratic organizations, putting Russian election meddling front and center ahead of a Trump-Putin summit.
Trump affirmed his commitment for striking a trade deal with the U.K., seeking to walk back comments in which he criticized May's approach to Brexit.
Mexico's president-elect gave visiting U.S. officials, including Pompeo, a set of proposals on how the countries could work together.
A federal judge ordered the Trump administration to provide 12 hours' notice of the location and time for reunifications of immigrant children and families.
U.A.E. officials have engaged in secret talks with a Libyan commander to help export Libya's oil outside of U.N.-approved channels.
Poland's government is drafting new laws to step up its purge of the Supreme Court, damping EU hopes of slowing the drive.
Bombings killed at least 132 in Pakistan and ex-leader Sharif was arrested upon his return to the country.