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Global News 5/21/19 – South Korea to send aid to North Korea, EU says Hungary migrant abuse is 'matter of urgency,' UN warns food aid to Yemen could be suspended

Cornfields in South Hwanghae, North Korea, in 2015. Severe drought and a weak harvest last fall have brought urgent warnings of a food crisis in the North. Credit Wong Maye-E/Associated Press

Cornfields in South Hwanghae, North Korea, in 2015. Severe drought and a weak harvest last fall have brought urgent warnings of a food crisis in the North. Credit Wong Maye-E/Associated Press

Global News 5/20/19 – Google restricts Android use for Huawei, Trump ratchets up Iran tensions, exit polls suggest Modi reelected as India PM

A Huawei product presentation in Paris in March. While the Chinese company’s products have effectively been blocked in the United States, its business has grown rapidly in Africa, Asia and Europe. Credit Eric Piermont/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images

A Huawei product presentation in Paris in March. While the Chinese company’s products have effectively been blocked in the United States, its business has grown rapidly in Africa, Asia and Europe. Credit Eric Piermont/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images

Global News 5/6/19 – One million species face extinction due to humans, fragile ceasefire takes hold between Gaza & Israel, and Trump ups pressure on China

Fishing nets and ropes are a frequent hazard for olive ridley sea turtles, seen on a beach in India’s Kerala state in January. A new 1,500-page report by the United Nations is the most exhaustive look yet at the decline in biodiversity across the globe. Credit Soren Andersson/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images

Fishing nets and ropes are a frequent hazard for olive ridley sea turtles, seen on a beach in India’s Kerala state in January. A new 1,500-page report by the United Nations is the most exhaustive look yet at the decline in biodiversity across the globe. Credit Soren Andersson/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images

Global News 5/3/19 – India's most powerful cyclone in decades, Venezuelan plot unravels, UN alarmed at conditions for migrants in Yemen

Global News 4/30/19 – Asylum seekers face new restraints, ISIS leader is back, and Guidó calls for Maduro's overthrow

Customs and Border Protection agents with migrants hoping to apply for asylum at the border between Mexico and the United States. Credit Jose Luis Gonzalez/Reuters

Customs and Border Protection agents with migrants hoping to apply for asylum at the border between Mexico and the United States. Credit Jose Luis Gonzalez/Reuters