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.
This Wednesday, AG Barr denies bail to asylum seekers, hundreds of Denver schools close due to Columbine-obsessed woman, Trump vetoes bill to end US involvement in Yemen war, & Mulvaney destroys a consumer protection agency.
Iran parliament brands US troops in Middle East as terrorist (The Guardian)
Gun research is suddenly hot (NY Times)
It's Friday – Sudan won't extradite al-Bashir, & protesters now protest military plan to rule, White House considered releasing migrants in sanctuary cities, tech makes the rich richer, Brazil accused of using prisoners as slaves, and Pakistan market bomb kills 16. Read more below.
Tech helps rich get richer ... big get bigger (Axios) (Two-part series)
Pakistan market bomb kills 16, half of them minority Hazaras (The Straits Times)
Kim Jong Un consolidates power as North Korea shuffles leadership (The Straits Times)
Native American women are facing a crisis (NY Times)