Huawei's use of Android restricted by Google (NY Times)
More: European elections will gauge the power of populism (NY Times)
Britain is making sexual harassment a hate crime (Foreign Policy)
This Wednesday, North Korea fires two short-range ballistic missiles, South’s military says; deputy of Venezuela’s Guaido arrested and dragged away by tow truck; Syrian government captures strategic town from rebels-residents, war monitor; trade war: Trump says China ‘broke the deal’ in trade talks; South Africa election: ANC leads as votes counted.
This Wednesday, Venezuela is on edge on day of rival Maduro protests, the African Union tells Sudan military council to hand power to civilians within 60 days, India launches mass evacuation, warns tourists, as cyclone bears down on east coast, Paris police brace for Labor Day protests, and U.N.C. Charlotte shooting leaves 2 dead and 4 wounded.
Update: Venezuela on edge on day of rival Maduro protests (NY Times)
Paris police brace for Labor Day protests (Politico)
Algeria's ruling FLN party elects new leader (Al Jazeera)
This Tuesday, asylum seekers face new restraints under latest Trump orders, ISIS leader Baghdadi is back, Venezuela's Guaidó pledges end of Maduro era in militaristic video, Sudan military and protesters fail to reach deal and world military expenditure grows to $1.8 trillion in 2018.
ISIS leader Baghdadi is back (Axios)
World military expenditure grows to $1.8 trillion in 2018 (Stockholm International Peace Research Institute)
Former U.S. diplomats lobby to stop South Sudan war crimes court (Foreign Policy)
This Thursday, Kim Jong-un meets Putin in Russia, three top Sudanese generals agree to quit as protests continue, Mozambique cyclone victims forced to trade sex for food, tropical tree losses persist at high levels, and Brazil’s indigenous people "fight for the right to exist."
Mozambique: Cyclone victims forced to trade sex for food (Human Rights Watch)
How the U.S. miscounted the dead in Syria (Foreign Policy)
Across 27 countries, most don’t mind more religion in society (Christianity Today)
Addiction recovery as free labor (Axios)