Brexit, Syria, Champs-éLyséEs: Your Morning Briefing

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[The New York Times]• Software created by an Israeli company and bought by the Mexican government to fight criminals and terrorists is instead infesting the smartphones of government critics.
[The New York Times]• An Australian radio broadcaster, Red Symons, apologized for an interview in which he asked another broadcaster “what’s the deal with Asians?” and used a racist slur.

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