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A man walks past a board announcing elections at the European Parliament in Brussels on Wednesday. Some 400 million Europeans from 28 countries are eligible to vote. Francisco Seco/AP hide caption

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European Elections Will Be A Test For Nationalist Parties Hoping To Remake The EU

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Matteo Salvini (center), flanked by European nationalist leaders, attends a rally ahead of the May 23-26 European parliamentary elections, in Milan on Saturday. Luca Bruno/AP hide caption

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Italy's Matteo Salvini Hopes To Lead Nationalist Wave In Upcoming European Elections

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Tobiron Nessa, 45, is the only member of her immediate family whom the Indian government recognizes as a citizen. Her husband and five children have all been left off the National Register of Citizens even though she says all have Indian birth certificates. Furkan Latif Khan/NPR hide caption

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Millions In India Face Uncertain Future After Being Left Off Citizenship List

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Members of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, or RSS, stand at attention and salute a saffron-orange flag at a morning shakha, or drill session, in a park in suburban Mumbai, India. Lauren Frayer/NPR hide caption

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The Powerful Group Shaping The Rise Of Hindu Nationalism In India

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Some of the products on sale at Umesh Sonia's boutique in Mumbai include bottles of distilled cow urine, soap made from cow dung, floor disinfectant made from cow urine, under-eye gel and toothpaste made from cow excrement. This is part of a growing retail market in India. Sushmita Pathak/NPR hide caption

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In India, Ayurveda Is A Booming Business

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Satendra Das, 80, is the chief priest in waiting for the Ram temple, which has not yet been built in Ayodhya. Furkan Latif Khan/NPR hide caption

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Nearly 27 Years After Hindu Mob Destroyed A Mosque, The Scars In India Remain Deep

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The name of India's Mughalsarai railway station, near Varanasi, was changed last year to Deen Dayal Upadhyaya, for a right-wing Hindu leader who died there in 1968. Dhiraj Singh/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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India Is Changing Some Cities' Names, And Muslims Fear Their Heritage Is Being Erased

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Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi speaks with of Yogi Adityanath (left), a Hindu priest who is chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, during a campaign rally on March 28. Altaf Qadri/AP hide caption

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With Indian Elections Underway, The Vote Is Also A Referendum On Hindu Nationalism

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Supporters cheer on leaders of the right-wing Vox party in Madrid's Plaza de Colón on Dec. 1. Paul White/AP hide caption

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In Spain, Far-Right Populists Rise On Anti-Separatist Sentiment

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People hold Spanish flags during a demonstration called by the far-right Vox Party, over the weekend in Madrid. On Sunday, the once-derided party claimed 12 seats Andalusia's regional elections. Oscar del Pozo/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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President Trump addresses the crowd during a rally in Houston in support of Texas Sen. Ted Cruz on Oct. 22,. During the rally, he described himself as a "nationalist," and encouraged his supporters to use the word. Loren Elliott/Getty Images hide caption

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Opinion: 'Nationalist' Arises, With Myriad Connotations, As The Word Of 2018

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President Trump addresses a crowd during the debut of the new Dreamliner 787 at Boeing's South Carolina facilities on Feb. 17 in North Charleston. Trump uses Boeing as an example of his "America First" policies, but the plane parts come from all over. Sean Rayford/Getty Images hide caption

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Trump's 'America First' Agenda Marks Sharp Break In U.S. Economic Policy

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