Global News 11/11/19 – The immigrants who have fought for American freedom, Hong Kong police shoot protester and a man is set on fire, and Bolivia's Morales resigns

Adapted from  Migration Policy Institute ; Chart: Axios Visuals

Adapted from Migration Policy Institute; Chart: Axios Visuals

This Veterans’ Day, we look at the immigrants who have fought for American freedom; Hong Kong police shoot protester & a man is set on fire as protests extend into daytime; Bolivia faces political uncertainty after Morales & successors all resign, and as Morales urges resistance to new government; the price of whistleblowing; and Australian states declare state of emergency amid horrific bushfires.

Global News 11/8/19 – Anger in Hong Kong after student dies in clash with police, takeaways from impeachment's closed-door phase, and ICC sentences Congo warlord to 30 years for atrocities

Protesters with placards that read “missing classmate Chow” gathered Friday outside the home of the president of the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. Credit Kin Cheung/Associated Press

Protesters with placards that read “missing classmate Chow” gathered Friday outside the home of the president of the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. Credit Kin Cheung/Associated Press

This Friday, anger in Hong Kong after student dies from fall following clash with police; takeaways from impeachment's closed-door phase; International Criminal Court sentences Congo warlord to 30 years for atrocities; U.N. nuclear watchdog, Western powers criticize Iran for holding inspector; and Brazil Supreme Court paves way for release of ex-president ‘Lula.’

Global News 11/7/19 – Iraqi forces break up more protests, US senators push Pompeo for Turkey sanctions, and tech giants weigh changing political ads policies under pressure

Protesters filled the streets around Tahrir Square in Baghdad last Monday. Credit Ivor Prickett for The New York Times

Protesters filled the streets around Tahrir Square in Baghdad last Monday. Credit Ivor Prickett for The New York Times

This Thursday, Iraqi security forces break up protests in Battle of the Bridges; US senators push Pompeo for Turkey sanctions if it is violating Syria ceasefire; tech giants weigh changing political ads policies under pressure; gunmen in Burkina Faso kill 37 in attack on Canadian mining company convoy; and Europe warms up to China as global partner, shun Trump’s US.

Global News 11/6/19 – Ambassador to EU now acknowledges Ukraine quid pro quo, Yemen gov., separatists sign Aden deal, and the rising seas climate change has already locked in

The new testimony from Gordon D. Sondland, the ambassador to the European Union, confirmed his involvement in essentially laying out a quid pro quo to Ukraine that he had not acknowledged. Credit Erin Schaff/The New York Times

The new testimony from Gordon D. Sondland, the ambassador to the European Union, confirmed his involvement in essentially laying out a quid pro quo to Ukraine that he had not acknowledged. Credit Erin Schaff/The New York Times

This Wednesday, in a major reversal, EU ambassador Sondland now acknowledges quid pro quo; Yemen government and separatists sign deal to end power struggle in south; the rising seas global warming has already locked in; 15 killed in southern Thailand in the worst violence in years; and election results from Virginia & Kentucky.

Global News 11/5/19 – 11,000 scientists say climate change a 'clear and unequivocal' emergency, ex-Ukraine diplomat says she felt threatened by Trump, and EPA weakens coal water pollution rules

This Tuesday, 11,000 scientists endorse research declaring climate change as an emergency as US leaves Paris Agreement; ex-Ukraine ambassador testified she felt threatened by Trump as deposition transcripts are made public; EPA weakens rules governing toxic was pollution from coal plants; at least 9 members of Mormon community in Mexico killed in ambush; and Russia is sending new mercenaries to Libya.