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U.S. top court rebuffs mystery company in Mueller subpoena fight

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday refused to hear a bid by a unidentified company owned by a foreign government to contest a grand jury subpoena related to Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s now-completed inquiry into Russia’s role in the 2016 election, though the justices’ action does not force the firm to comply.

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White House defers on release of Mueller’s report, Kremlin warms

The White House said on Monday it was up to the U.S. Justice Department to decide if detailed findings from Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation would be made public, a day after the attorney general said President Donald Trump had been cleared of any collusion.

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UK lawmakers look set to win vote to take control of Brexit process: source

British lawmakers are likely to win a vote on Monday to wrestle control of the Brexit process from the government by trying to find a majority for an alternative way forward to break the parliamentary deadlock, a government source said.

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UK PM May will only hold new Brexit vote if there’s a chance of success: spokesman

Britain’s government will only hold another so-called meaningful vote on Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal if it has a chance of getting the support of parliament on a third attempt, her spokesman said.

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Wall Street opens lower as global growth fears persist

U.S. stocks opened lower on Monday, weighed by technology shares, as investors worried about global growth fears.

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No shift in DUP stance against May’s Brexit plan: BBC

The leader of the Northern Irish Democratic Unionist Party, Arlene Foster, showed no change in her opposition to Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal in a telephone call with May on Monday, the BBC’s political editor Laura Kuenssberg said.

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Wall Street set to open modestly lower as global growth fears persist

Wall Street’s main indexes were set to open slightly lower on Monday, as investors struggled to shrug off global growth fears even as a report showed that President Donald Trump’s campaign did not collude with Russia.

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Autonomy founder Lynch inflated sales before HP deal, court told

British entrepreneur Mike Lynch artificially inflated revenue at his Autonomy software company before selling it to Hewlett Packard for $11 billion, the U.S. firm’s lawyer told a London court on Monday.

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Thailand’s junta ‘manipulated’ election, ousted PM Thaksin says in NYT article

Thailand’s ousted former prime minister, Thaksin Shinawatra, said on Monday that the ruling military junta “manipulated” the results of an election after a party of his loyalists did worse than expected.

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UK PM May could put her Brexit deal to a vote in parliament on Tuesday: ITV reporter

British Prime Minister Theresa May could put her twice-defeated Brexit divorce deal to a vote in parliament on Tuesday, ITV’s political correspondent said, though he later said no final decision had yet been taken on the timing.

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‘No regrets’: Saudi sisters hope for bright future after hiding in Hong Kong

Two Saudi Arabian sisters are hoping for a “bright, beautiful future” after being granted asylum, fleeing what they describe as an abusive family and a repressive society.

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Positive German data tempers equity selloff, safe havens in demand

World stocks hit a 12-day trough on Monday as fears for economic growth sent investors dashing for safe-haven assets, but the selloff lost some momentum after better-than-expected data from Germany.

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Russia calls on U.S. to formally recognize there was no collusion

Russia’s foreign ministry called on the United States on Monday to formally recognize there was no collusion between Russia and President Donald Trump’s campaign at the 2016 elections following the conclusion of a months-long U.S. investigation.

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Study shows limited control over privacy breaches by pre-installed Android apps

An independent study lead by an academic group in Spain has shown that what personal information can be collected by pre-installed programs on new Android mobile devices is expansive and faces little oversight.

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UK PM May to put her Brexit deal to a vote in parliament on Tuesday: ITV reporter

British Prime Minister Theresa May will put her twice-defeated Brexit divorce deal to a vote in parliament on Tuesday, ITV’s political correspondent said.

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‘Time’s up, Theresa’? May battles to keep control of Brexit

Prime Minister Theresa May battled on Monday to keep control of Britain’s exit from the European Union as some in her party called on her to quit and parliament plotted to wrest Brexit away from the government.

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Boeing to brief on 737 MAX updates as Ethiopian backs planemaker

Boeing Co will brief more than 200 global airline pilots, technical experts and regulators this week on software and training updates for its 737 MAX aircraft, as Ethiopian Airlines expressed confidence in the planemaker despite a recent crash.

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‘No regrets’: Saudi sisters hope for bright future after Hong Kong

Two Saudi Arabian sisters are hoping for a “bright, beautiful future” after being granted asylum, fleeing what they describe as an abusive family and a repressive society.

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Shares linked to Thai billionaire politician jump on poll results

Shares of companies linked to a billionaire politician who campaigned in Thailand’s election on a pledge to legalize marijuana leapt on Monday after partial results suggested his party could be a key part of a coalition government.

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Norwegian to lease planes, postpone sales after grounding of Boeing MAX

Norwegian Air will lease planes and postpone the sale of older models in its fleet following the grounding of its Boeing 737 MAX aircraft, the company said on Monday.

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After London march, EU still assumes UK will leave: Commission

The European Commission is working on the assumption that Britain will leave the EU unless the UK government tells it otherwise, the European Commision said on Monday after hundreds of thousands of people marched in London on Saturday to demand a new referendum.

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Philadelphia Fed’s Harker sees no rate hike in short-term

The circumstances are not in place to raise U.S. interest rates again in the short-term, Philadelphia Federal Reserve President Patrick Harker said on Monday.

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Kremlin, after Mueller report, says it’s open to better U.S. ties

Russia is ready to improve ties with the United States but it is up to Washington to make the first move, the Kremlin said on Monday after the conclusion of a U.S. investigation into alleged collusion between Donald Trump and Moscow in the 2016 election.

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Qatar Airways backs Boeing despite MAX crash crisis

Qatar Airways threw its support behind Boeing on Monday as the U.S. planemaker faces its biggest crisis in years after deadly crashes of its flagship 737 MAX jet.

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Nike fined $14 million for blocking cross-border sales of soccer merchandise

EU antitrust regulators fined U.S. sportswear maker Nike 12.5 million euros ($14.14 million) on Monday for restricting cross-border sales of merchandising products of five European football clubs and the a football federation.