Why nurses are striking (Axios)
Brazil top court criticized for order to block news stories (Washington Post)
Gunmen ambush Pakistan bus, killing 14 (NY Times)
This Tuesday, Zuckerberg used Facebook user data to gain advantage for friends, Indonesia holds elections, Notre-Dame found structurally sound, millions of Americans lose healthcare every year, and the AU gives Sudan ultimatum.
Egypt's parliament to vote on extending Sisi's rule (Al Jazeera)
This Monday, an NY Times exposé of China’s surveillance of its Uighur population, the Sudanese military vows to install a civilian Cabinet in face of protests, and 1,200 killed, thousands more infected by measles in Madagascar. Read more below.
The Death of an Adjunct (The Atlantic)
China takes Australia's Huawei 5G ban to WTO (Sydney Morning Herald)
You’re a widow. Now what? (NY Times)
This Thursday, some huge developments around the world took place. Julian Assange, the leader of WikiLeaks who had been taking shelter in the Ecuadorian embassy in London, was arrested today and faces extradition to the US. In addition, Sudan’s genocide-accused president Al-Bashir was ousted by the country’s military after months of protests. Finally, the middle class is no longer truly “middle.” Read more on why, and check out more stories, below.
Asia's worst aging fears begin to come true (Nikkei Asian Review)
This Tuesday, read today’s biggest news stories from the US and around the world, including new developments in Sudan, a growing intensity in Libya’s fighting, and an exposé of how China is defecting pressure over its internment of Uighur Muslims.
Trump's hardline new border plan (Axios)
A global push for AI ethics (Axios)