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Global News 5/23/19 – Modi wins historic India election, British microchip-maker suspends all work with Huawei, Europe holds crucial vote

Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India in New Delhi on Thursday. His success mirrors the rise of right-leaning populist figures around the world. Credit Money Sharma/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images

Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India in New Delhi on Thursday. His success mirrors the rise of right-leaning populist figures around the world. Credit Money Sharma/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images

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 4/29/19 – Socialists win Spain election, Sudan military & opposition agree on joint council, Algeria top general target of protests

Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez of Spain delivering a speech at an election night rally in Madrid on Sunday. His party claimed victory after winning 123 of the 350 seats in Parliament. Credit Javier Soriano/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images

Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez of Spain delivering a speech at an election night rally in Madrid on Sunday. His party claimed victory after winning 123 of the 350 seats in Parliament. Credit Javier Soriano/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images

This Monday, Socialists win Spain election amid far-right breakthrough, Sudan’s military and opposition agree on joint council after Bashir ousting, Algeria’s army chief a top target in 10th week of protests, synagogue shooting keeps religious leaders on edge: ‘No one should be gunned down in worship,’ and Iran says leaving nuclear treaty one of many options after U.S. sanctions move.

Global News 4/15/19 – How China uses AI to profile Uighurs, Sudanese military promises civilian cabinet, and measles outbreak in Madagascar kills 1,200

Shoppers lined up for identification checks outside the Kashgar Bazaar last fall. Members of the largely Muslim Uighur minority have been under Chinese surveillance and persecution for years. Credit Paul Mozur

Shoppers lined up for identification checks outside the Kashgar Bazaar last fall. Members of the largely Muslim Uighur minority have been under Chinese surveillance and persecution for years. Credit Paul Mozur