Pakistans new Prime Minister Imran Khan was sworn in at a ceremony in Islamabad on Saturday, ushering in a new political era as the World Cup cricket hero officially took the reins of power in the nuclear-armed country https://t.co/2EOJdpSLE6
#UPDATE Pakistani lawmakers endorse Imran Khan as their next prime minister, ahead of a ceremony on Saturday that should see the World Cup cricket hero sworn in as leader of the nuclear-armed nation https://t.co/Z9KcTMilJk
French prosecutors have opened a new probe into the actions of a top security aide to President Emmanuel Macron who allegedly roughed up two May Day protesters hours before a violent incident for which he has already been charged https://t.co/zrYspWJBeb
French President Emmanuel Macron on Thursday dismissed the scandal surrounding a top security aide who roughed up protesters as a "storm in a teacup", as furious criticism from his opponents showed no sign of abating https://t.co/WdmAbRVsB7
No World Cup boost: #Frances consumer confidence remained steady at 97 in July, disappointing consensus expectations for a small rebound. Contrary to what happened in 1998, the football World Cup victory did not boost households’ sentiment, HSBC says. https://t.co/CCyUcYU8UD
Frances opposition lashes out at Emmanuel Macron over his response to revelations that his top security aide roughed up protesters, accusing the president of badly mishandling the worst scandal since he took office https://t.co/Jf7pWT7CqH
French President Emmanuel Macron and his administration defended their handling of the scandal over violence by a now-fired top security aide, as Macron described Alexandre Benallas actions as a "betrayal" https://t.co/Mhe6PKpPbv
Frances interior minister defends handling of video showing top security aide to President Macron, #AlexandreBenalla, hitting May Day protester, a scandal that has rocked the government and prompted accusations of a cover-up https://t.co/b7pXBc3i9R
Monday Morning Briefing:
- Poorer Americans are helping fuel an economic boom - at a price
- Alleged Russian agent Butina met with U.S. Treasury, Fed officials
- Frances Macron orders shake-up after bodyguard scandal
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