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By Fabiano Maisonnave, Associated Press
The event was held Thursday at the University of Sao Paulo’s law school. It carried echoes of a gathering nearly 45 years ago when citizens amassed to denounce a brutal military dictatorship, which lasted two decades.
By Diane Jeantet, Débora Álvares, Mauricio Savarese, Associated Press
Da Silva's calls for peace reflect growing concerns about the presidential campaign and October election in a highly polarized Brazil. President Jair Bolsonaro has suggested he may not accept the ballot, while urging Brazilians to arm themselves.
By Mauricio Savarese, Diane Jeantet, Associated Press
A state police report said that according to witnesses, Jorge Jose da Rocha stormed the birthday party of local Workers' Party official, Marcelo Arruda, and shot him.
By Diane Jeantet, Associated Press
Experts say climate change contributes to more intense rainfall, and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has classified Recife’s metropolitan region as one of the world’s most vulnerable cities.
By David Biller, Associated Press
By Débora Álvares, Associated Press
Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro and Environment Minister Joaquim Leite both knew the Amazon region’s annual deforestation rate had surged before the U.N. climate talks in Glasgow, but kept results quiet to avoid hampering negotiations, according to three Cabinet ministers who…
A Brazilian Senate committee is voting Tuesday on a report recommending President Jair Bolsonaro face a series of criminal indictments for actions that allegedly added to the world's second-highest death toll.
By Débora Álvares, Diane Jeantet, Associated Press
Wednesday's report will call for Bolsonaro to be indicted on nine charges, from charlatanism and inciting crime all the way up to crime against humanity.
By Edith Lederer, Associated Press
The United Nations chief is warning global leaders at the opening of the U.N.'s foremost gathering that the world has never been more threatened and divided and “we face the greatest cascade of crises in our lifetime.”…
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has signed a decree to dispatch soldiers to the Amazon in a bid to curb surging deforestation, just two months after withdrawing troops from the region.
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