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Global News 4/8/19 – Trump names Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard a terror group, Libya fighting threatens refugees, and Nielsen exits DHS

Members of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps in Tehran this year. President Trump said the designation “will significantly expand the scope and scale of our maximum pressure on the Iranian regime.” Credit Vahid Salemi/Associated Press

Members of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps in Tehran this year. President Trump said the designation “will significantly expand the scope and scale of our maximum pressure on the Iranian regime.” Credit Vahid Salemi/Associated Press

Global News 4/5/19 – House passes Violence Against Women Act, US revokes visa of ICC prosecutor over war crimes investigation, and Rwanda remembers its genocide 25 years later

“I know that fear, I know that terror and I just want to try to save another family from going through that terror,” said Representative Debbie Dingell, Democrat of Michigan. Credit Erin Schaff/The New York Times

“I know that fear, I know that terror and I just want to try to save another family from going through that terror,” said Representative Debbie Dingell, Democrat of Michigan. Credit Erin Schaff/The New York Times

Global News 4/3/19 – Algeria's president Bouteflika resigns after 20 years, new Brexit strategy for May, and Venezuela parliament looks to remove immunity for Guiadó

Algeria’s president, Abdelaziz Bouteflika, in 2015. Long ill, Mr. Bouteflika announced on Tuesday that he had resigned. Credit Thomas Trutschel/Photothek, via Getty Images

Algeria’s president, Abdelaziz Bouteflika, in 2015. Long ill, Mr. Bouteflika announced on Tuesday that he had resigned. Credit Thomas Trutschel/Photothek, via Getty Images

Global News 4/1/19 – Setback for Erdogan, Slovakia elects first female president, and White House threatens to shut border

Supporters of the opposition Republican People’s Party celebrating in Ankara, Turkey, on Sunday. Credit EPA, via Shutterstock

Supporters of the opposition Republican People’s Party celebrating in Ankara, Turkey, on Sunday. Credit EPA, via Shutterstock

Global News 3/28/19 – Theresa May offers resignation if Brexit passes, Facebook engages in housing discrimination, and Medicaid work requirements blocked

Prime Minister Theresa May of Britain leaving Parliament on Wednesday. She offered to give her critics what they wanted — her resignation — but only if they made a titanic concession: approving her Brexit agreement. Credit Jack Taylor/Getty Images

Prime Minister Theresa May of Britain leaving Parliament on Wednesday. She offered to give her critics what they wanted — her resignation — but only if they made a titanic concession: approving her Brexit agreement. Credit Jack Taylor/Getty Images

This Thursday, Theresa May raised the stakes of Brexit by offering her own resignation if it passes, Facebook was accused by the United States of race-based housing discrimination, and a federal judge blocked work requirements for Medicaid in two states. Read more every weekday right here.